NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING HINCKLEY COURSES
The Hinckley Institute is offering a range of exclusive opportunities in the Spring 2016 semester. Due to the competitive nature of these experiences, you must apply for entry. Please email a cover letter and resume here, and see more information below.
FOREIGN POLICY THINK TANK WITH FORMER AMBASSADOR JOHN PRICE (HNKLY 4905)
This course is taught by the Hinckley Institute's Resident Scholar John Price, who served as the Ambassador to the Republic of Mauritius, the Republic of Seychelles, and the Union of Comoros from 2002-2005. This think tank is reserved for a select group of students and focuses on foriegn policy as it relates to Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.
CONGRESSMAN MATHESON SEMINAR (HNKLY 4904)
Starting in the Spring 2016 semester, the former U.S. Congressman and new Hinckley Resident Scholar will instruct an intimate, 10-student course focused on domestic policy.
This one-week program gives priority to students who cannot serve a standard full-semester internship in Washington, DC. Students travel with Hinckley National Program Coordinator Gina Shipley and Hinckley Academic Outreach Coordinator and Political Science Professor Lecturer Dr. Tim Chambless to the nation's capital at the culmination of the spring semester.