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HOST volunteers needed|

Christmas can be a lonely time for those far from home. Our international students have the chance to apply to HOST for a visit to a ‘real home’, where they can have a relaxing break and learn about the way of life here while making friends and sharing their own culture.

HOST urgently needs to hear from anyone who could help by offering a day visit or very short stay during the vacation, or over Christmas itself. A little help with expenses is offered if required, but the true reward is in the interest for all the family, and the appreciation of the guests.

See www.hostuk.org| for more information. Please offer HOST an invitation if you can!

 
Westminster

Knowledge Exchange and Impact Masterclasses|

Knowledge Exchange and Impact Masterclasses, hosted by the Institute of Public Affairs, will be held termly throughout the academic year. 

The theme of the Michaelmas term session will be the roles that LSE faculty can play in the work of government commissions. Our distinguished panel includes Professors John Hills, Eileen Munro and Tony Travers. The session will be chaired by Professor Julia Black, Pro-Director for Research. 

The Masterclass will take place 12.30-2pm on Tuesday 4 November  in Tower 2 room 9.04. Demand is expected to be high and places are limited. Please RSVP to conferences@lse.ac.uk| if you would like to attend.

 
Entrepreneurship Matters

Staff spaces on Entrepreneurship Matters|

There are a limited number of staff places left on LSE Entrepreneurship’s new course, Entrepreneurship Matters|.

The course will provide you with a wide range of perspectives on entrepreneurship, fostering your capabilities for entrepreneurial thinking and action. Each of its seven sessions will be led by a globally recognised speaker from different entrepreneurial areas of expertise, including founders and CEOs of global companies, experts in the area of social entrepreneurship and a chief economist.

The sessions will take place on selected Tuesdays from 6.30pm and will include a talk from the guest speaker, followed by a Q&A and networking.

More details of the schedule and the speakers can be found here|. Email entrepreneurship@lse.ac.uk| for a place.

 
 

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