What Can IHS Do For You?

 

Undergraduates and Masters


Advanced Topics in Liberty
Invitation-only colloquia co-sponsored with Liberty Fund featuring in-depth discussion about the ideas and challenges raised by a set of readings.

Hayek Fund and Hayek Fund for Future Scholars
Grants for presenting academic work and grants for funding to help pay for graduate school applications.

Humane Studies Fellowships
A limited number of fellowships (up to $15,000) for undergraduate juniors and seniors and Masters students interested in advancing liberty through a scholarly career.

IHS Mentoring Program
Advice on school, careers and more from IHS Program Officers.

Seminars on Liberty
Weekend and weeklong seminars exploring the foundations of libertarian thought and its application to policy, academia and current issues.

Paid Internships
Full-time public policy and journalism internships at liberty-advancing organizations across the United States in the spring, summer and fall.

IHS Newsletters
Stay up-to-date on career-advancing opportunities in the IHS network.

 

Graduate Students


Advanced Topics in Liberty
Invitation-only colloquia co-sponsored with Liberty Fund featuring in-depth discussion about the ideas and challenges raised by a set of readings.

Career Development Seminars
Learn how to focus your research, land an academic job, and more at our weekend workshops for early and late-stage PhD students.

FIND Scholars
Amplify your research by connecting to liberty-friendly organizations in need of speakers and researchers.

Hayek Fund
Grants for job interviews, presenting research, and other career-advancing activities.

Humane Studies Fellowships
A limited number of fellowships (up to $15,000) for undergraduate juniors and seniors and Masters students interested in advancing liberty through a scholarly career. Select fellowship winners are invited to the Research Colloquium, where they discuss new research and present their own for peer and faculty review.

IHS Mentoring Program
Advice on school, careers and more from IHS Program Officers.

Scholarship and a Free Society
Weeklong summer seminar on cutting-edge classical liberal scholarship, featuring presentations from top faculty and workshops for graduate student research.

Liberty and the Art of Teaching Workshop
Conference for advanced PhD’s and faculty on effective teaching techniques and incorporating classical liberal concepts while maintaining an open discussion.

Summer Graduate Research Fellowship
Non-residential research and writing program for advanced PhDs to complete a dissertation chapter or publishable paper.

IHS Newsletters
Stay up-to-date on career-advancing opportunities in the IHS network.

 

Post-Docs & Faculty


FIND Scholars
Amplify your scholarship through opportunities for research, speaking engagements, testimony, and advisory board positions at liberty-friendly organizations.

Hayek Fund
Grants to non-tenured faculty for job interviews, presenting research, and other career-advancing opportunities. Grants are also available to all full-time faculty working to share the ideas of liberty with students through activities like reading groups and guest lectures.

Liberty and the Art of Teaching Workshop
Conference for advanced PhD’s and faculty on effective teaching techniques and incorporating classical liberal concepts while maintaining an open discussion.