Faculty Programs

IHS Faculty Programs connect you to the ideas that drew you to the life of the mind and to colleagues who share your interest in the classical liberal intellectual tradition.

Featuring seminars, workshops, and networking opportunities, IHS Faculty Programs help scholars to:

  • Connect to other scholars who are applying, developing, and challenging ideas in the classical liberal tradition
  • Better incorporate the economic way of thinking into course content
  • Leverage academic scholarship toward positive social change in public policy
  • Workshop manuscripts, articles, and research to prepare for publication
  • Be more competitive in the academic job market

Programs Being Offered this Academic Year

Academic Research Seminars

Policy Research Seminars

Academic Research Seminars bridge the gap between the academic and policy worlds by connecting liberty-advancing scholars to policy research organizations.

Manuscript Workshops

Manuscript Workshops bring together a group of interdisciplinary scholars who provide chapter-by-chapter comments and feedback on your manuscript before it is sent to the publisher.

Free Speech & Open Inquiry

To support faculty in creating a culture of free and open inquiry on campuses, IHS has launched the Open Inquiry Project, a platform for faculty learning and engagement on the issues of free speech and independent thought on college campuses.

Campus Event Support

IHS works with faculty across the country to host extracurricular events, focused on ideas within the classical liberal tradition on their campuses. If you would like to host an event on your campus, we can help you fund, plan, and market it.

Research Working Group

A Research Working Group is a peer-review focused community of faculty who provide detailed, relevant feedback on each other’s articles before they are submitted to an academic journal.

Regional Networking Groups

Regional Networking Groups bring together scholars and policy experts from similar geographic regions to discuss issues that at the nexus of policy and academia and to help facilitate connections leading to future opportunities and collaboration.