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Alumni and the School are often in the news, featuring in university rankings as well as the global news reports detailing alumni successes.

Keep up to date with news from fellow alumni and the School and read the latest  issue of Alumni Echo, your monthly alumni newsletter.

News highlights

Opening of the Women’s Library Reading Room

The new Reading Room for The Women’s Library @ LSE was formally opened by Mary Robinson, Former President of Ireland and Honorary Fellow of LSE, on Wednesday 12 March. Other speakers included Professor Craig Calhoun, LSE Director, Elizabeth Chapman, Director of LSE Library Services, and Suni Harford, Co-Chair of Citi Women.

The LSE Alumni online community re-launches in June

Featuring a fresh new design, the LSE Alumni online community re-launches in June, and will be available when and where convenient to you: on your desktop, tablet or smartphone.

From nuclear energy to the role of the diplomatic mission

John Barrett (PhD International Relations 1982) is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Nuclear Association. He has chaired the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ).

Class Notes

Keep up with the latest news from your fellow LSE alumni and find out what are they up to these days.

LSE in the news

A round-up of news coverage featuring the School and its academics.

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