Explore strategies in response to the adolescent mental health crisis in a five-part dialogue series. We’ll talk the latest research and strategies to engage young people.
Summer 2021 is like no other, with a variety of in-person and digital opportunities to convene and connect around the ideas that shape ourselves, our society, and the world in which we live.
This series of weekly discussions, varying from speaker panels to creative exercises, is meant to provide space for you to consider the larger-scale questions of the current crisis in a productive way.
Join us every Friday at 5:00 pm ET for a weekly micro-seminar to discuss themes like adventure, valor, and belonging.
These conversations present actionable tools and guidance to help leaders improve jobs and connect to a growing national conversation.
This series looks at the changing landscape of opportunity across the US and what it means for individuals, families, and communities.
America’s Rural Opportunity is a series that explores innovative and proven approaches to rural economic development.
This series reflects the founding principles of the Aspen Institute by bringing a range of experts, innovators, and leaders to Aspen to discuss their research and share the latest revelations about health and wellness.
Our Society Reimagined is a four-week series that provides an opportunity to explore the domestic issues that have shaped our modern society, as well as a chance to gain perspective on the underlying values and ideas that we hold as individuals and as a society, and how these tenets shape our lives.
The Aspen New York Book Series, co-sponsored by the Aspen Institute and Aspen Words, features literary offering including memoirs, essays, short story collections, and novels.
A series of discussions featuring inspiring and innovative leaders who are improving their communities and the world.
Founded by University of Chicago educators Robert Maynard Hutchins and Mortimer Adler, the Great Books series offers participants the opportunity to deepen their understanding of some of the most significant books in the Western intellectual tradition through a weekly dialogue.
This eight-week series, participants gather to discuss key foreign policy issues facing the world today, as featured in the Foreign Policy Association briefing book.
The Hurst Lecture Series enables the Institute to take advantage of opportunities to present renowned and inspiring leaders for public audiences in Aspen.
This four-day seminar is dedicated to enhancing critical thinking, problem solving, and leadership skills for middle and high school students living in the Roaring Fork Valley.
This summer series presents a unique and diverse roster of distinguished speakers. The series is made possible by a generous donation from the McCloskey Family Charitable Foundation.
A series featuring critically acclaimed documentaries and conversations with special guests, sponsored by Leonard Lauder, and Jane and Michael Eisner.
Each month from October to June, the group will explore another round of Shakespeare's plays and engage in lively moderated discussions dissecting the themes and characters that still resonate today.
An exploration of the most timely domestic issues, participants discuss the various sides of the issues that are shaping modern society and are given the opportunity to understand opposing perspectives in a civil, moderated environment.
The Aspen Institute offers its Teen Socrates Seminar twice each year to teens between the ages of 15-17 from the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond. Students convene to take part in this transformational experience and come away with a new perspective on their lives, their futures, and society.
Aspen at Roosevelt House a discussion series about timely public policy issues, is a partnership between the Aspen Institute and the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute.
An ongoing discussion series that highlights an array of critical employment and job quality issues affecting low and moderate-income American workers.
Ideas that Can Work for Employees, Employers and the Economy