Eisenhower Institute Debuts 2022-2023 Programs

By Alicia Method, Staff Writer

The Eisenhower Institute (EI) recently released information on their 2022-23 Fall and year-long programs. These opportunities include a wide range of topics from Washington politics to clean water management. 

The undergraduate programs are a focal point of EI, and they showcase the Institute’s commitment to fostering students’ expertise and knowledge. 

The programs are open to all majors and class years and there is no cost to participate. Students discuss their topics in small groups, create projects, and travel to locations such as the Middle East and the Chesapeake Bay.

The Fall 2022 programs include “Inside Washington,” which explores politics and policy, “Transforming Industrial Heartlands,” which focuses on a community case study, and “Foundations of Strategy and Leadership,” led by expert-in-residence Susan Eisenhower. 

The Eisenhower Institute also offers year-long programs. These include “Environmental Leadership” and “Contours of the Middle East,” both of which involve immersive travel experiences and political discussion.

In Spring 2023, “Strategy and Leadership in Transformational Times”, “Women and Leadership,” “Emerging Threats in National Security,” and “Inside Civil Rights,” will be available.

Applications for Fall 2022 and year-long programs close on September 11. Students interested in Spring 2023 programs can check the EI website for applications that will open later this fall. 

Additionally, prospective applicants must attend an EI Orientation on September 6th or 7th. Any questions can be sent to ei@gettysburg.edu.

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  1. Sad that Alumni can’t participate in various workshops.

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