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LSE’s early students and their careers

 

What were the most popular occupations LSE students took up after graduating between 1895 and 1932?

What impact did the First World War have? Hannah Spencer investigates.

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Emeritus Professor, George Jones, dies

 

It is with great sadness that we announce George Jones, Emeritus Professor of Government, died on Friday 14 April 2017.

 

George Jones was a stalwart of the Department of Government for over 50 years, having arrived at LSE as a lecturer from the University of Leeds in 1966, and remaining active – teaching on GV311 during 2016-17 while attending seminars and other events until the week of his death.

 

Read the full obiturary here.

LSE Staff Cricket Team - Join Now!

  

To help you get ready for summer, why not join the LSE Staff Cricket Team? Games take place on a summer afternoon, with opponents varying from the Ministry of Justice to Richmond CC. 

 

For more info, please contact Dan Lewis: d.lewis2@lse.ac.uk 

Network for Staff with disabilities


The Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce is keen to reinvigorate the network that was previously in place for staff with disabilities. If you would like to be involved in such a network, please contact Joy Whyte (j.m.whyte@lse.ac.uk), who will arrange a preliminary meeting with interested parties. 

The School has a number of active staff networks. For more information, please see here

LSE Library launches new online Brexit archive

 

During last year’s referendum on the UK’s continued membership of the EU, LSE Library collected campaigning leaflets which sought to persuade the electorate to vote either to “Remain” or “Leave”. This included both the official campaigning organisations, as well as political parties and individuals.

 

These leaflets have now been digitised and are freely available online. The Library also digitised campaigning leaflets from the similar 1975 referendum on the common market, which make an interesting comparison. 

Take the National Student Survey (NSS) and make a difference

 

NSS 2017 is still open for all final year undergraduates! Share your views and make a difference to the next generation of LSE students.

 

Don't forget to claim your £5 Amazon voucher, as a thank you for your time, by contacting nss@lse.ac.uk. By taking part, you'll also be entered into the prize-draw for a chance to win £100. 


Public events

Our programme of public events from April to July is now online to view. Confirmed speakers include Christina Duckworth Romer, former Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers in the Obama administration; former Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard; Nobel Laureates Amartya Sen and Alvin Roth; and Kristalina Georgieva, Chief Executive Officer for the World Bank. 

 

No Escape from American Exceptionalism? The Future of US Social Policy

Speaker: Professor Paul Pierson
Date: Tuesday 2 May, 6.30-8pm

 

Rising through the Ranks: the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index and organisational change
Speakers: Rob Childe, Claire Harvey, Jacqueline Newcombe, Rebecca Stinson
Date: Thursday 4 May, 6.30-8pm

 

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