Louisiana State University Expands Entrepreneurship Program

The Charles Koch Foundation announced a $5.6 million gift to Louisiana State University’s Stephenson Entrepreneurship Institute (SEI), an interdisciplinary institute fostering entrepreneurship through educational initiatives, applied research and outreach.

Speaking about the gift and SEI, John Hardin, the Foundation’s director of university relations, said, “For decades, LSU has been a leader in providing students the knowledge and skills to approach the world as entrepreneurs. We are thankful for the opportunity to join the Stephensons in supporting LSU’s vision for expanding entrepreneurship education and research to benefit even more students and improve the lives of people in Louisiana and beyond.”

12-04-2018 09:12am

Charles Koch Foundation Statement on University of Wisconsin Free Speech Developments

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse chancellor Joe Gow is reportedly fielding criticism and facing a financial audit for inviting an adult film start to speak on campus during the school’s free speech week this semester.

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11-28-2018 09:11am

The Atlantic Launches New Project On Free Speech

To meaningfully address manifold challenges of divisiveness—on campus, online, and in other aspects of society—national magazine The Atlantic announced today a new, year-long, reporting initiative focused on drivers of polarization and how to address it

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11-12-2018 01:11pm

Freedom Project Offers Wellesley Students Chance To Discuss Serious Ideas

Wellesley College's Freedom Project has expanded opportunities for members of the campus community to engage on topics ranging from free speech with Harvard psychologist Steven Pinker to Islamic tradition with Turkish journalist and scholar Mustafa Akyol.

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