Charles Koch and His Support of Higher Education

Free speech and the open pursuit of knowledge form the cornerstone of discovery and new ideas. In higher education, it is the courage of individual scholars, professors, and students that allows the rest of us to periodically stand above the noise of the crowd and peer into the future.

In his interview with The Washington Post, Charles Koch articulates his respect for the scholars and students who pursue what Michael Polanyi called “The Republic of Science” and explains his support for the never-ending exploration of ideas.

Read the full piece in The Washington Post

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