I spent last week at Georgia Tech in Atlanta attending a seminar put on by the Institute for Humane Studies. Although the title of the seminar was Ideas & Entrepreneurs, the focus was more generally classical liberal/libertarian thought. The lectures on public choice theory and political science by Georg Vanberg and law by John Hasnas were particularly interesting. If you have the opportunity to take courses with either of them, I'm sure they would be fantastic.
For any students interested in free markets, individual rights, limited government, etc., I highly recommend attending an IHS seminar. They brought together a great group of young, thoughtful people. They also provide free beer at a social every evening.
I gave a short presentation on inflation during a student panels session
at the seminar. We were quite constrained on time so I had to rush through a
lot of information, but I think I did fairly well considering the
The state is that great fiction by which everyone tries to live at the expense of everyone else. - Frederic Bastiat