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2010-2011 News

First Africa Initiative visiting Fellowship| (July 2011)
In an effort to both embed African research across the School and help create academic connections between LSE and Africa the first of many visiting Fellowship is currently being advertised.


Site cleared for New Students' Centre  |(June 2011)
The old St Phillips Building and site has begun to be cleared. This development is the first major physical change on LSE's campus to facilitate the New Students' Centre.


Africa At LSE| (June 2011)
The Africa at LSE blog will showcase the huge volume of research produced by the School's academics that cut across LSE's departments and subject areas as well as including opinion pieces on current topical issues. It was launched on 6 June.


Stelios Scholar runner up in British Council Student Awards 2011|  (April 2011)
Ukrainian student Vyacheslav Polonski's inspirational story of student life in the UK has resulted in him achieving the runner-up position in the International Student of the Year Award, the UK's biggest international student competition.


John A. Paulson gift supports a Chair in the European Institute|  (February 2011)
The gift will establish the John Paulson Chair in European Political Economy, a position which will be occupied by a leading scholar who combines expertise in finance, policy and the European Union with the reputation to speak to a global audience.


The latest edition of Impact Magazine is now online| (Winter 2010)
The Winter edition of Impact Magazine is now available online. It lists our donors as well as how their contribution has made an impact on the School. This edition has a special feature on the gift by Firoz and Najma Lalji to support a programme for African Leadership.


£2.6 million programme to encourage new generation of African leaders| (13 December 2010)
A husband and wife, who were forced with their families to leave the brutal dictatorship of 1970s Uganda, are making a generous donation to help a new generation of African leaders develop their skills.


LSE New Students' Centre wins planning permission from Westminster| (5 October 2010)
LSE's first new building for more than 40 years drew a step closer with the grant of planning permission by Westminster City Council.


LSE launches MSc in Private Equity with support from Abraaj Capital|(27 September 2010)
A new initiative on the research and teaching of private equity was launched at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). The initiative is supported by Abraaj Capital, the largest private equity group in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia (MENASA).


First Scholarship Newsletter|(September 2010)
The first edition of LSE's Scholarship newsletter aims to provide an annual round up of the School's scholarship programme to the people whose support enables it to happen.


LSE Legacy Futures Lunch |(30 June 2010)
LSE was created by a legacy and the tradition of legacy giving to the School goes on to this day. The Legacy Futures Lunch thanks those who have indicated that they wish to leave a legacy to LSE and to show them what impact this will have.

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