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Do you have any holiday photos you’d like to share? Send them in to| for a chance to see them published online in LSE Arts monthly online photo gallery.


See the April gallery|, and find out more online|

Log a request via the IMT Customer Portal and you could win a £100 Amazon voucher

IMT are running three prize draws where the winners will receive £100 of Amazon vouchers. To be eligible for the competition, all you have to do is use the IMT Customer Portal| to request a service or raise an incident and you will be automatically be entered into the draw.


Find out more on the LSE IT News| blog. 

LSE Teaching Symposium 2015: putting student experience at the heart of an LSE education

Bookings are now open to staff for this year’s Teaching Symposium which takes place on Tuesday 5 May 2015.


Come and join us at any or all of the following sessions:


LSE Teaching Symposium café (9.30-11am) – informal conversation over breakfast with teaching award winners, students and academic colleagues


An LSE education: what does it mean? (11am-1pm) – a panel discussion with Emily Jackson (chair), Jennifer Jackson-Preece, Anna Tuckett and Nona Buckley Irvine, followed by a workshop to discuss themes arising.


Lunch (1-2pm)


More information and online booking at LSE Teaching Symposium 2015|.

Free Microsoft Office downloads

All staff and students are now eligible for free copies of Microsoft Office software on as many as 5 PCs, 5 Macs and 5 Tablets.


To download, please visit:| or see here| for more information.


Did you know? The Anchorage is named after St Clement

  The Anchorage anchor

... can you name the other five campus locations named after St Clement? Find out more at the Did you know?| LSE trivia series.


2015 is LSE’s 120th anniversary. Join in the celebrations at| #LSE120| 

Public events

Women in Conflict: violence, injustice and power|

Speaker: Helen Benedict, Dr Katherine Brown, Dr Marsha Henry

Date: Tuesday 28 April 2015, 6.30-8pm


Is Austerity Winning the Argument on 'Euro-Zone' Recovery? Can the Solutions to the Crisis also be Socially Just?|

Speakers: Paul Mason, Professor John Milios, Holger Schmieding, Miranda Xafa

Date: Thursday 30 April 2015, 6.30-8pm


Evolutionary Benefits of False Beliefs?|

Speakers: Professor Dominic Johnson, Dr Ryan McKay

Date: Tuesday 5 May 2015, 6.30-8pm


See Diary and events| for more.  

External news from LSE website

Are we really 'all in this together'?|

Inequality of pre- and post-tax income has risen remarkably in the UK since the late 1970s. And while inequality of net income fell in the aftermath of the financial crisis, there are signs that it is rising once again according to LSE's Centre for Economic Performance.


African-Caribbean teenage boys get a taste of university life at LSE|

LSE hosted a cohort of 50 teenage boys from African and Caribbean backgrounds earlier this month in a bid to encourage more students from this sector into higher education


Thousands miss out on palliative care due to unfair health system|

The UK's palliative care system needs a major overhaul, according to an LSE report which reveals widespread inequalities.


See News and media| for more.



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