Our goal is to seek the truth, and we tackle various topics in our compact seminars, lectures, dinner discussions, and summer programs. During the school semester, we host seminars for undergraduate and graduate students at UT-Austin as well as the Austin community. Over the summer, we hold seminars on issues of human meaning and flourishing designed for high school and college students.
Each semester we host compact seminars 3-4 weeks long just north of UT's campus. We examine a range of issues and questions from moral problems to technology and relationships.
Each month we host a free dinner near UT with a guest presenter, interesting people from business, non-profit, university life, or ministry. These are intentionally small gatherings and we open the table for questions and conversation.
LECTURES AND DEBATES
Tackling significant questions in economics, bioethics, or sexuality, we host lectures and debates from a range of viewpoints and with speakers from Austin and all over the US. Big ideas are welcome!
With scholars and students from across the country, each summer we host seminars for high school and college students to explore questionsfundamental to human life and