Social Media Team

LSE students, alumni and academics are deeply engaged in understanding and experiencing the social, economic and political issues they choose to focus on, with the aim to facilitate betterment for society beyond the academy.

LSE uses social media to further facilitate such engagement, to reach and engage new and current audiences, to raise our profile globally, to highlight the work of our academics and create interest in the research, activities and life of the LSE community.

Social Media Guidelines and Best Practice Toolkit for LSE departmental and divisional staff

Guidelines on effective channel use, appropriate visual identity, and how to respond to online incidents are available for LSE departments. A Best Practice Toolkit, updated monthly, is also available to enhance your visibility in a busy social media space, and to assist you in responding to online incidents. Contact the  Social Media team for your copy of the Guidelines and access to the Toolkit.

Sign up for the weekly LSE social media mailout for staff

The Social Media Mailout provides a variety of platform-specific suggested content for the many social media channels run by LSE staff.  The mailout also includes a Tip of the Week to promote best practice across the School. To sign up to the mailout or to contribute content to the mailout, contact the Social Media team.

Contact the LSE Social Media team

Contact the Social Media team at comms.socialmedia@lse.ac.uk.

Alternatively, contact a member of the team:

Head of Social Media (new post holder expected in Sept 2022) 

Joe Roberts (on secondment until Nov 2022)
Social Media Engagement Officer 
j.roberts10@lse.ac.uk 

Sooraya Walker (on secondment to the Brand Team until Nov 2022)
Social Media Engagement Officer 
s.b.walker@lse.ac.uk
020 7955 6626

Grace Chapman
Creative Content Producer 
g.i.chapman@lse.ac.uk


 

LSE Blogs Team

LSE’s public-facing blogs have grown into one of the world’s primary digital knowledge exchange platforms for academics, students, and researchers. Contributions from think-tank researchers, politicians, and third-sector experts across the world providing evidence-based commentary and accessible summaries of academic research. At LSE we also use blogs for student engagement and teaching, where our teams are recognised for early adoption of digital platforms.More than 100,000 unique users read blog posts and commentary from across the LSE Blogs every week. 

Some of LSE's most high profile blogs sit within the central Blogs team in the Communications Division.

British Politics and Policy (BPP)

British Politics and Policy is a multidisciplinary academic blog whose aim is to increase the public understanding of British politics and policy by providing accessible academic commentary and research. We have no editorial ‘line’ beyond a commitment to communicating social science research and commentary in ways that enhance public debate and understanding.

LSE Business Review

LSE Business Review shares the best of modern social science ideas, theories and evidence with business decision-makers and professionals, and learns from them in turn. Our focus is topical, tackling the issues of today (and not of yesteryear) and our writing is direct and clear, designed for an audience with much else to get done.

European Politics and Policy (EUROPP)

European Politics and Policy is a multidisciplinary academic blog whose aim is to increase public understanding of European politics and policy by providing accessible academic commentary and research. We have a commitment to communicating social science research and commentary in ways that enhance public debate and understanding.

LSE Impact Blog

The LSE Impact Blog is a hub for researchers, administrative staff, librarians, students, think tanks, government, and anyone else interested in maximising the impact of academic work in the social sciences and other disciplines. The blog aims to encourage debate, share best practice and keep the impact community up to date with news, events and the latest research.

LSE Review of Books

LSE Review of Books publishes daily reviews of academic books across the social sciences. The blog’s aim is to facilitate the sharing and exchange of knowledge between experts within and outside of the academy, and to open up academic research to increase its impact. We do this by encouraging public engagement with the social sciences through their best written and most accessible products: books.

Contact the team at lseblogs@lse.ac.uk.

Alternatively, contact a team member:

Laurence Radford
Senior Managing Editor (LSE Blogs)
l.radford@lse.ac.uk

Artemis Photiadou
Managing Editor, LSE British Politics and Policy
a.photiadou@lse.ac.uk 

Helena Vieira
Managing Editor, LSE Business Review
businessreview@lse.ac.uk

Stuart Brown 
Managing Editor, LSE EUROPP
s.a.brown@lse.ac.uk

Michael Taster
Managing Editor, LSE Impact Blog 
impactofsocialsciences@lse.ac.uk

Dr Rosemary Deller
Managing Editor, LSE Review of Books
lsereviewofbooks@lse.ac.uk

Contact us

Telephone

Dave Smith, Social Media Manager 020 3486 2816

Sooraya Walker, Social Media Engagement Officer 020 7955 6626

Email

Contact the Social Media team comms.socialmedia@lse.ac.uk

Address

Communication Division, Queens House ground floor, 55-56 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3LJ, United Kingdom

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