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IMT Customer Portal

Introducing the New IMT Customer Portal|

The IMT Customer Portal| is now available and open to all staff and students. The Portal is the quick and easy way to get the IT help you need. Try it out now: https://imtcustomerportal.lse.ac.uk/|

 
Research Festival 2015

New competition for PhD students and post-doctoral fellows: Strictly Come Researching|

LSE Research Festival 2015| has launched an exciting new competition for innovative social science research ideas! If you are a PhD student or within five years of completing your PhD and you have something to say in your research but are having trouble getting seen and heard, then this could be the scheme you've been looking for.

If you have research that you think merits wider attention, then make sure to find out more and download an application form from our website|.

 
Between East and West

Between East and West - LSE Arts public exhibition|

Between East and West is a free exhibition exploring the heritage and identity of the British Chinese through photographic portraits, archival imagery and Oral History interviews by Mike Tsang.

The exhibition is in the Atrium Gallery, Old Building. It is free and open to all, Monday-Friday 10am-8pm until Wednesday 1 April 2015. Check the event listing| for further details.

 
LSE Works

LSE Works International History public lecture - Beyond the Cold War: how summits shaped the new world order|

Thursday 5 March 2015, 6.30-8pm, Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House

Speaker:   Dr Kristina Spohr

Respondents:  Sir Rodric Braithwaite, Sir Roderic Lyne, Professor Arne Westad

Chair:   Professor Stuart Corbridge  

Personal summitry, more than structural factors, shaped the peaceful ending of and exit from the Cold War. This lecture shows how meetings between international leaders in the period 1985-91 fostered rapprochement and creative dialogue, and reflects on their continuing importance today.