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Young Leaders Experience World’s Freest Economy Through TFAS Program in Hong Kong

“A person starts thinking differently when their perception is challenged, and that’s what TFAS does, it challenges your perception and opens your mind.” Tafhimur Rahman (AIPE 18), a recent Eastern University law graduate and director of the social enterprise…

John Stossel Challenges TFAS Graduates to Fight for Liberty at U.S. Programs Closing Ceremony

The growing TFAS Alumni Network gained more than 350 new members during the U.S. Summer Programs Closing Ceremony at George Washington University’s Lisner Auditorium on July 26. As a fitting capstone to a summer studying the principles of freedom, Emmy-winning…

25 Years of Teaching Freedom in Central and Eastern Europe

More than a quarter century ago, I was involved in a mission to Eastern Europe in pursuit of an optimistic, if daunting, goal: teaching freedom to students who had spent their entire lives growing up behind the Iron Curtain of nations aligned with Soviet Russia.…

TFAS Public Policy Fellowship Celebrates Successful 10th Year by Expanding Its Reach

This past year marked not only the 50th anniversary of TFAS but also the 10th anniversary of our Public Policy Fellowship, a year-long academic and networking program established in 2008 as a means for outstanding alumni working in public policy to continue…

One Student at a Time: When Open Debate Thrives, Everybody Wins

This article originally appeared in The Washington Examiner. The free exchange of ideas and the need for respectful disagreement are both ingrained in our shared political culture. From the beginning, our nation has been defined by a willingness to allow citizens…

TFAS Free Speech Panel Discusses ‘Clash of Ideas on Campus’

Congressional staffers and campus administrative groups gathered on Capitol Hill on Thursday, June 28 to attend “The Clash of Ideas on Campus,” a TFAS and the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities co-sponsored panel on the state of the…

Public Votes TFAS alumnus Mark Levin into National Radio Hall of Fame

TFAS alumnus Mark Levin (ICPES 76) has been inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. The syndicated radio host and bestselling author was inducted in the category of Spoken Word On-Air Personality. Levin’s intellect and passion for the Constitution…

TFAS Becomes P4 Partner with Pepperdine School of Public Policy

TFAS is pleased to announce an exciting partnership with Pepperdine School of Public Policy. As a “P4” Pepperdine Policy Partners Program member, TFAS now offers tuition discounts and benefits to our alumni and friends applying to the Pepperdine School…

Students Receive Prestigious DeJoy-Wos Scholarships to Attend TFAS Programs

North Carolina business leader Louis DeJoy and his wife Dr. Aldona Wos are providing scholarship funding of $100,000 per year over the next five years to enable students attending school in North Carolina and Estonia to attend summer academic internship programs…

Dr. Charles Krauthammer: TFAS Mourns the Loss of a Remarkable Thinker and Friend

The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) joins with countless others in mourning the passing of Dr. Charles Krauthammer, one of the towering intellects of our era. Charles was a supporter and longtime friend of TFAS. In 2005, he received our highest honor, the…