Date: Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 8:00 AM
Location: Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia (Valencia A Ballroom)
Featuring IHS President Marty Zupan
Bad ideas germinate in our universities and spread throughout the culture, influencing young minds, the media, and “enlightened” bureaucrats and politicians. If we want to turn our country around, we have to turn our universities around! Come hear how dynamic changes in our strategy give friends of freedom a fighting chance to transform the academic landscape in this decade.
For more information or to RSVP, contact Krysti Lloyd at email@example.com or (703) 993-8746.
Institute for Humane Studies supporters and friends are invited to join us for our 15th Annual Retreat in Scottsdale, AZ, co-hosted with the Mercatus Center. If you have questions about this event, please contact Caitlyn Van Orden, Event Associate, at (703) 993-4925, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
IHS Supporter Reception - June 10, 2014, New York City
With widespread concern about growing inequality, how do we help friends, neighbors, and students understand the real issues and real solutions? Professor Sean Mulholland of Stonehill College discusses how he tackles this contentious topic in IHS educational programs for students.
IHS Supporter Reception - November 20, 2013, New York City
Why is it so hard to convince people that free markets are better than government? Professor Howard Baetjer of Towson University has some thoughts. He is one of the most popular lecturers at IHS student seminars, and he’s distilled years of teaching in his new book Free Our Markets: A Citizens’ Guide to Essential Economics.
IHS Supporter Reception - July 16, 2013, Los Angeles
Political science student and director of the Reason-Rupe polling project Emily Ekins gave her insights on college students' public opinion.
IHS Supporter Reception - May 21, 2013, New York City
Professor Jeff Miron explained the libertarian viewpoints on various policital debates based on his book Libertarianism from A-Z.