LSE Old Building

Statement on the EU Referendum Result

Message from Professors Craig Calhoun and Julia Black 

"As you will be very well aware, in yesterday’s referendum the UK voted to leave the European Union. While the School maintained a position of institutional neutrality throughout the referendum campaign, this is not the result that the HE sector at large, nor many of us here at LSE, wanted to see.

"I am sure, regardless of your personal position on the UK’s place within the EU, this outcome has left you with many questions."

See webpage for more.

What's new

Applications for Vice Chair of the Appointments Committee

Applications are invited from members of the Professorial staff to fill the vacancy of the Vice Chair of the Appointments Committee to succeed Professor Eric Neumayer.

 

The role of the VCAC is to act as the independent guardian of academic standards and quality on behalf of the Appointments Committee. The term of office is from 1 September 2016 to 31 August 2019.

 

Colleagues who may have an interest in the post, or, who wish to suggest a colleague who may be interested, may find it useful to speak informally to Professor Julia Black or Professor Eric Neumayer.

 

Further information is available on the School’s website.

Chair of Court and Council

The School’s Chair and Vice Chair Selection Committee has begun the search for a long-term successor to Lord Myners as Chair of Court and Council.

 

Suggestions of suitable names for the next Chair are invited from all members of the School. They should be sent in the first instance to Joan Poole by Monday 4 July.

 

Working with the committee will be Perrett Laver, a global executive search and advisory firm working primarily in the education, research, and healthcare sectors, and with non- profit and civil society institutions. Further details here.

Skype for Business coming soon

In July we’ll be replacing our instant messaging service Office Communicator (OCS) with Skype for Business (S4B).

 

Learn more about this communication tool here.

Grange Court closed from 28 May

The section of Grange Court between St Clements Lane and Clements Inn Passage will be closed from Saturday 28 May for approximately 5 weeks.

 

This closure will mean that all access to and from the Towers will be via the Aldwych. Please see map.

Celebrating LGBT+ Pride and UK Black Pride in London, 25-26 June

As the world continues to remember the victims of Orlando, LSE stands in unity and solidarity with LGBT+ people everywhere. This weekend, we’re wishing a very happy Pride in London to the whole LSE community. To find out more about Pride visit http://prideinlondon.org/ and follow #PrideinLondon.

 

Why not get involved with LSE’s LGBT+ staff network Spectrum, the LSESU LGBT+ Alliance for students or the LSE LGBT+ Global Alumni group?

Public events

Globalisation, Migration and the Future of the Middle Classes 

Speaker: Branko Milanovic

Date: Monday 27 June 2016, 6.30-8pm

 

The Hidden Wealth of Nations 

Speaker: Dr Gabriel Zucman

Date: Thursday 30 June 2016, 6.30-8pm

 

The Rise and Fall of Nations 

Speaker: Ruchir Sharma

Date: Tuesday 12 July 2016, 6.30-8pm

 

See Diary and events for more.  

News

See News and media for more.

 

Workspace

For Email, Library catalogue and other 'apps', see the Apps menu (top right)
Staff Survey
Education Strategy 2015-2020