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Sustainable Projects Fund|

The Sustainable Projects Fund| is now open for applicants! The prize fund supports staff and student-led projects to enhance sustainability within the LSE community. So if you have a green idea, however big or small, why not apply| and you could win funding to develop your project.

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LSE Photo Prize| 

To be in for a chance to win a trip for two to the View from the Shard, and to see your work displayed on campus, submit your photos to the LSE Photo Prize.

A selection of submitted photos will be displayed around the LSE campus during the Literary Festival, which will be on the theme Foundations, in February 2015.

Visit LSE Photo Prize| or email arts.photoprize@lse.ac.uk| for more information. Submissions close at midnight on Wednesday 28 January.

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Postgraduates - LSE Alumni needs your feedback|

The LSE Alumni Relations team would like to know more about how current postgraduate students regard LSE Alumni Relations and the LSE community. Please take a few minutes to complete our survey|.

Your involvement would be of great benefit, not only to LSE Alumni Relations but also to future postgraduate alumni. This is your chance to have a say in an important function of the School.

For more information on the services LSE Alumni Relations provides to students, visit www.alumni.lse.ac.uk/students|.


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Dahrendorf Project  | 

LSE IDEAS will soon advertise and open a call for applications for three post-doctoral positions attached to the Dahrendorf Project in London.

The profile of the research will focus on EU relations with Russia and Ukraine, the United States and China, respectively.

For more information, visit the 'News' tab on the Dahrendorf Project website|.