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Calling All Mises Alumni


After many years of Mises University, Fellowships, the Rothbard Graduate Seminar, and our Scholars Conferences, thousands of students have become Mises Institute alums. We know that many of you have gone on to have quite impressive careers in economics, business, medicine, the physical sciences, and other fields, too. You’ve written books, made movies, invented things, educated others, and done a lot to change the world for the better.

We still hear from some of you, but we’ve lost track of so many, and we’d love to know a lot more about what you’ve been doing since you first walked through the Institute’s front door.

For some of you, it’s been decades since you were here. For others, you may have just recently joined us.

Regardless of how long it’s been, we’d love to hear from you and learn more about how you’ve put your Mises Institute education to work. Even if it doesn’t seem like what you’re doing now has much to do with economics, that doesn’t mean you haven’t put your time here to good use.

After all, we’re about more than just teaching economics. We want all our students to become true scholars, which involves more than studying and writing for a living. It’s about how you look at the world.

Please take a moment to update us about your life and career as an alumnus of the Mises Institute by filling out this simple form. And please never hesitate to call us with questions or comments.


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