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LSE is investing £11 million in education and student experience over the next three years

Professor Craig Calhoun:  “LSE has a global reputation for its research and we want to ensure its teaching is regarded in the same light.” 

Listen to the 8 February Director's state of the School address podcast where Professor Craig Calhoun discusses the mission and future for LSE.

Find out more about LSE's first Education Strategy here.

What's new

LSE Skip recycling platform

The Department of Management’s Green Impact team has launched LSE Skip.


LSE Skip is an open social group for LSE staff on Facebook, similar in concept to the Freecycle model, which allows staff to offer unwanted items to a new home.

If you are a Facebook member, join LSE Skip now.

Short student interviews about education and technology

Learning Technology and Innovation (LTI) are currently gathering data on the role of technology in education at LSE.


We are conducting short (three minute) video interviews of students asking them about the use of technology in their studies.


If you are happy to be interviewed please get in touch with Lti.Support@lse.ac.uk by Monday 15February.

Learn to code with LSEPUG

The LSE Python User Group (LSEPUG) is a new monthly meetup for those interested in learning and understanding Python programming.


Launching on Monday 22 February from 6-8pm, LSEPUG aims to get Python developers, learners and enthusiasts coding like pros.


For more information, see the LSE IT News blog.

Women, Peace and Equality - Lent term exhibition at LSE Library until 9 April

Sustainable peace is dependent on equality and understanding between men and women, an idea that was voiced at the first Women’s International Peace Congress in 1915 and is still voiced today.


Drop into the exhibition to the left hand side as you enter the Library to find out more on this fascinating topic from the collections held in the archives of LSE Library.


Open to all.

LSE Strategy 2020

The LSE Strategy 2020 sets the path for the School for the next five years.


The priorities for LSE are explained here, with a video from Professor Craig Calhoun.


Listen to the 8 February 2016 Director's state of the School address podcast  where Professor Craig Calhoun discusses the mission and future for LSE.

Public events

Are Conspiracy Theories Bad for Democracy?

Speaker: Professor David Runciman

Date: Wednesday 10 February 2016, 6.30-8pm


The Global Refugee Crisis: a challenge to our common humanity 
Speaker: Baroness Amos

Date: Thursday 11 February 2016, 6.30-8pm


The Future of the EU in the Face of BREXIT 

Speaker: Enrico Lette

Date: Friday 12 February 2016, 2.30-4pm


See Diary and events for more.  


See News and media for more.