Summer Plans? Apply for IHS Summer Seminars on Liberty

Students looking for summer plans should consider applying to the Institute for Humane Studies summer seminar series on liberty.

Explore ideas that helped end slavery, introduced religious freedom, and inspired the women’s suffrage movement. More than 10 weeklong seminars apply classical liberal ideas, such as individual rights and free markets, to topics in history, economics, journalism, policy, and more. From breakfast until the evening reception, it’s a unique opportunity to debate and discuss the ideas of liberty with enthusiastic professors and peers from around the world.

IHS  covers meals and program costs; participants only pay for travel. Undergraduates, graduate students, and recent graduates are eligible to apply. Just three weeks left to apply, though, so hurry! Learn more: