An immersive weeklong summer conference in historic Williamsburg, Virginia
The ISI Honors Program is the most immersive intellectual experience available to college students.
The program kicks off with an intensive weeklong summer conference. This year’s Honors Program Summer Conference, held in Williamsburg, Virginia, will explore the future of history in an age of revolt.
What is history’s role in our society and our nation? And how can we reinvigorate a sense of historical consciousness and cultural memory when the attacks on America’s past are escalating?
At this conference, ISI’s Honors Scholars will take a deep dive into the conservative intellectual tradition to answer these and other questions.
The application deadline for this year’s Honors Program has passed. But visit here to learn more about the program and apply for 2022.
You will find out why ISI Honors Scholars rave about their experience:
- “Truly a transformative experience. I met some of the brightest, most well-read conservatives I have ever encountered.” —Kelley Babphavong, Harvard Class of 2020
- “One of the most formational intellectual experiences I’ve ever had.” —Aurora Griffin, Rhodes Scholar
- “One of the most important experiences of my life.” —Robert Bellafiore, now a policy adviser at the U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee
- “I discovered an intellectual home at ISI and made lasting friendships. The Honors Program was life changing.” —Connor Mighell, attorney, Baylor grad
- “Without a doubt one of the most intellectually stimulating experiences of my life.” —Dimitri Halikias, now a PhD candidate at Harvard