Resources for Faculty
IHS Faculty Network Newsletter
Subscribe to our monthly newsletter filled with information about IHS and non-IHS programs, such as fellowships, academic conferences, student opportunities, teaching and research resources, and new books. — Subscribe to the newsletter (faculty account required). View a sample newsletter.
IHS holds receptions and events at academic conferences throughout the year. Upcoming conferences that IHS representatives will be attending are listed below. If you would like to meet these representatives, please contact us. To stay informed of future opportunities, subscribe to the Faculty Network Newsletter (faculty account required).
|Upcoming Conferences||IHS Representative|
|Policy History Conference|
Richmond, June 6-9
The Find Scholars service matches the skills of liberty-advancing scholars in the IHS network with the needs of think tanks, academic departments, and journalists. Find can help you fill positions in your department and connect you with speaking engagements, research projects, and leadership opportunities. »»
The Hayek Fund provides up to $750 for career-advancing activities such as attending a professional conference, conducting research, or participating in a career development seminar. It also provides grants up to $5,000 for full-time faculty working to share the ideas of liberty with students through activities such as reading groups, class trips and more. »»
Liberty & the Art of Teaching Workshop
A conference on effective teaching techniques and incorporating classical liberal concepts into a curriculum while maintaining a balanced, open discussion. Open to advanced graduate students and faculty. Find out more.
Kosmos – The IHS Academic Networking Website
Join a community of liberty-friendly academics on KosmosOnline.org, our academic resource site. Learn about jobs and opportunities. Listen to insightful podcasts on cutting edge liberty-related research and get advice and inspiration from online career development seminars. Browse the Event Calendar, also organized by discipline, so you don’t miss a networking event near you.
Current Research Workshops
During these day-long workshops, junior faculty have the opportunity to present their research papers to distinguished scholars panels, including two experts from their field who provide valuable feedback. (Invitation-only)
Tell us about your recent publications, and we'll inform those in our network who might be interested. Email your publication information to facultynews@TheIHS.org.
Resources for Students
Our Summer Seminars can complement college coursework. Use our flyers and other materials to inform students about the seminars and other IHS programs. View all programs for undergraduates and graduate students.
Please contact Dr. Nigel Ashford, Senior Program Officer, to let us know how we can assist you.
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