Faculty Funding and Career Resources

Establish your work. Inspire others. Shape the future of ideas.

“Not mythical material productive forces, but reason and ideas determine the course of human affairs.”

–Ludwig von Mises, Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis

Your work has profound implications for the direction of our society. As a professor, you can look to IHS for academic funding and career resources as you contribute to the classical liberal intellectual tradition.

Whether you are seeking support on a research project or want to inspire your students to consider the ideas that have shaped our society, we can partner with you to advance robust intellectual inquiry in your discipline, on your campus, and in the broader culture.

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Grant for Free Speech & Open Inquiry

With generous support from the Asness Family Foundation, IHS will grant $1,000,000 over five years to support programs regarding free speech & open inquiry.

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Sabbatical Research Fellowship

With support from the Thomas W. Smith Foundation, IHS is offering to fund four semester-long sabbaticals for study, research or teaching of classical liberal ideas.

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Campus Event Support

We partner with faculty to host extracurricular events exploring the ideas of a free and open society.

Faculty Funding

Hayek Fund for Scholars

Advance your research. Receive a grant to cover travel costs, conference fees, and other career-related expenses.

Career Resources

Research and Publication Support

Research and Publication Support

IHS offers personalized publication support to select academics interested in publishing an edited volume or contributing to a special journal issue. Funding is available for editors as well as authors, and IHS can also provide editorial guidance, assemble additional writers, and more.

Faculty Funding

Find Scholars

Spread your research and raise your profile while lending a scholarly voice to national, state, and local policy.

Take the next step in your career

Take the Next Step in Your Career

Download your copy of "Crossing to the Dark Side" by IHS President and CEO, Emily Chamlee-Wright and Richard A. Wueste from Colorado Consulting Associates. "Crossing to the Dark Side" is a primer for the reluctant academic leader. Read about what it takes to make the leap from faculty to administration.

Beyond funding and career resources, IHS offers a range of additional programs and events for the academic community, including policy research seminars, manuscript workshops, and regional networking groups.