News & Events

We offer a diverse range of events and news stories giving you the chance to join TRIUM faculty, students and alumni in a vibrant and thought-provoking community.



TRIUM faculty and alumni are frequently in the news commenting on major issues of the day. To access editorials, research briefs and expert commentary, please visit our dedicated sites:

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LSE Newsroom 

HEC Paris Newsroom 

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Events Highlights

Highlights of events offered by TRIUM and the alliance schools:

Paris: Lunch & Learn: Friday 18 April 2014
Candidates interested in TRIUM are given the opportunity to meet with and learn about the Program from a senior faculty member at this informal but stimulating lunch event. If you are interested in joining us at an event like this please email us with a copy of your CV or alternatively fill in a preliminary application form.

London: Speaker Series: Wednesday 14 May 2014

“What makes different entrepreneurs thrive?” TRIUM Candidates, students and alum are invited to join us on 14th May for a thought provoking discussion with LSE Professor Saul Estrin. The lecture will demonstrate how, in the age of change, opportunities beckon potential entrepreneurs all over the world to start new businesses and challenge executives and senior managers to transform existing ones. Bring a friend and register here!

New York: NYU: Risk Symposium: Saturday 31 May 2014
TRIUM Alumni will be invited to attend this half-day symposium on Risk. John Chambers, Deputy Head, S&P Sovereign Ratings Group will be the keynote speaker. The symposium will also feature a number of faculty members and practitioners who will share their insights into current risk management issues. Find out more here.

Washington, DC: Module 7: Thursday 12 June to Sunday 15 June 2014
The 2014 Module 7 TRIUM alumni event is to take place in Washington, DC from June 12 to June 15. This year’s theme is “Disruption: Opportunities and Risks for Global Companies, NGOs, and Governments.” For more information, contact Module 7 at


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Media Contact

For further information and assistance with news stories, members of the media are invited to contact Lucy Grant:

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