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Why do people cooperate?

To find out, join David Rand and LSE's Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science at a free event on Thursday 8 December. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Do you trust the internet?

New LSE research has found that 53% disadvantaged young people believe information found on the internet is “generally reliable”, 50% say that no-one or almost no-one could be trusted online.

Lack of trust in "dehumanising" online world leaves disadvantaged young further behind

"Feels like home already!" Thanks to one of our new students for sharing this great shot with us! #partofLSE
Now available in the LSE Library archives: archive material from campaigning organisation the Movement for the Ordination of Women

Archive of the Movement for the Ordination of Women

What can we learn from the extraordinary life of economist, journalist and revolutionary critical thinker Dr Rosa Luxemburg? Kate Evans’ beautifully drawn biography re-examines her story.

Join Kate in a free event at LSE on Wednesday 7 December and find out more right here [ Bit.ly Link ]
An interview with 2016 LSE Research Festival Photography Prize winner David Brenner. What do you think of his winning image?
Explore Charles Booth’s poverty maps of Victorian London with our new, state-of-the-art website! [ Lse.ac.uk Link ] #LSEBooth
LSE economist Lorenzo Codogno interviewed by BBC World Service on what Italy's rejection of constitutional change means for the country's troubled banking sector:
[ Bbc.co.uk Link ]

Italy Votes No, Business Daily - BBC World Service

“Being a good teacher means that there should never be awkward silences in your class. The whole class should be designed so that everyone has a chance to speak.”

Read our interview with Excellence in Education award winner Dr Damian Tambini who explains why LSE students are incredible and the reason he wants to be challenged in class. [ Goo.gl Link ]
New from LSE Careers:

'Finding the right job for you in the charity sector (indeed, any sector) and being an attractive candidate is a combination of showing your passion for an organisation’s vision as well as demonstrating how your skills fit a specific job role.'

Get some tips from LSE alum Bobak, now working for Child.org, on everything from finding the charity you want to work for to...
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Insider tips – finding a job in the voluntary sector

On campus this week? Don't miss the last of this term's #LSEArts free Shaw Library lunchtime concert series. Victoria Simonsen (cello) and Viv Maclean (piano) will peform for us on Thursday 8 December at 1.05pm. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Applying to LSE for undergraduate study: the UCAS process and top 10 FAQs for international students - watch the webinar.

Aimed at international applicants for undergraduate study, this webinar demystifies the UCAS process, and covers some key questions including: predicted grades, the personal statement, fees, international entry requirements.

Webinar: international undergraduate applicants

Big congratulations to LSE graduates Lukas Schmelter, Junyan Chen and Kwok Wai, who have been selected from thousands of applicants to study for a year in #China as Schwarzman Scholars, a distinguished master’s programme.

LSE students awarded prestigious scholarships

New from Firoz Lalji Centre for Africa blog: LSE’s Zainab Haruna argues that a more holistic view of sustainable rural transformation is required for Nigeria

Nigeria Can Learn From China’s Rural Reform Policies

How important is luck in economic success? Robert Frank explores why the rich underestimate the importance of luck – and why that hurts everyone, even the wealthy.

Join Professor Frank and LSE alumnus Ed Miliband for Success and Luck, a free LSE Inequalities public event on Wednesday 7 December. [ Bit.ly Link ]
In our mediated and networked world, strategic communications is becoming increasingly complex

Gain the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful communications career with our new MSc Strategic Communications, now open for entry in September 2017.

MSc Strategic Communications

Love social history? Discover and interact with Charles Booth’s path-breaking survey of poverty in Victorian #London at [ Lse.ac.uk Link ] #LSEBooth
New from LSE South Asia Centre blog: Mitali Nikore highlights how demonetisation in India is impacting women. How can the effects be remedied?

Assessing the impact of demonetisation in India through the gender lens