On-Campus Events

IHS on-campus events bring together passionate students to discover and discuss solutions to the biggest problems facing our society. Our seminars, panels, debates, and lectures create an environment where enthusiastic professors talk with students, not at them.

Sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation, these events examine the big questions surrounding society from a classical liberal perspective, often across a broad range of disciplines. Participants are encouraged to explore and debate ideas through breakout and Q&A sessions.

On-campus events are free to attend, although some do require advance registration. Unless otherwise noted, lodging for multi-day events is the participant’s responsibility.

View the map below to see all of our upcoming events. If you have any questions about on-campus events, please email us at OnCampusEd@TheIHS.org.

Weekend Seminars

IHS Summer Seminar Liberty and Society

Spend a weekend with a like-minded community of faculty and students to discuss the ideas that shape society.

Lectures, Debates, and Panels

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Learn more about the ideas of a free society from renowned speakers across academic disciplines.

Summer Seminars

IHS Summer Seminar - Exploring Liberty

Attend a free IHS Summer Seminar to discuss libertarian ideas with faculty and students from around the world.

Discussion Colloquia

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Join with a professor and exceptional students to discuss selected readings around a specific theme.