This program focuses on the interaction of political and economic policy and the effects of globalization on human flourishing and the economic well-being of selected countries. Students experience numerous site visits and lectures from business leaders and diplomats. The program begins the week after graduation with campus classes and then for the entire month of June students and faculty participate in the study abroad portion of the trip.
As part of the coursework, student teams, with faculty guidance, develop research projects designed to be presented at the corporate or policy executive level.
The next ISI trip is currently scheduled for the summer of 2015.