UK Branch - Network with Queen's University Provost, Alan Harrison
|Date:||November 20, 2012|
|Time:||7:00 PM - 9:30 PM|
|Location:|| Buck's Club |
18 Clifford St
United Kingdom, W1S 3RF
|Cost:|| $40.26 CDN (£25*) /per person, including access to the club, drinks, and canapés. |
*Please note: £GBP price is approximate and credit card charge will appear in Canadian dollars based on currency conversion rate on transaction date.
The Queen’s University Alumni Association is pleased to invite you to an evening with Dr. Alan Harrison, Queen’s University Provost and Vice-Principal. Dr. Harrison will speak on the increasing importance of developing an international presence for Queen’s, especially in the United Kingdom.
Dr. Harrison is a highly accomplished teacher and researcher in economics. In 2003, the McMaster Students' Union honoured him with a Lifetime Achievement Award in teaching. His papers have been published in major economics journals, including American Economic Review, Review of Economic Studies, International Economic Review, and Canadian Journal of Economics, and his research was supported for many years by a succession of grants from Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
Our autumn event is set to be held at the historic Buck’s Club in exclusive Mayfair. Founded in 1919, Buck’s was one of the first gentlemen’s clubs in London to establish an American-style bar and is best known for the creation of the Buck’s Fizz cocktail.
Please note that due to the nature of the venue, jackets and ties are required for men and dress of similar standard for women.
|RSVP By:||Nov 14, 2012|
Alan Reid, Com'09
Telephone: +44 779 486 3148
Telephone: 800-267-7837 Toll Free (in Canada) or 613-533-2060 ext 75403
|Cancellation Policy:||In the event that you have registered but are unable to attend, please notify the Queen's Alumni Contact Centre before the RSVP date for a full refund at 613-533-2060 or 1-800-267-7837 (toll free Canada/US). After the RSVP date, no refunds will be available, but substitutions may be possible.|