The William F. Buckley, Jr. Program was founded in 2010 by a group of Yale undergraduates under the guidance of Professor Donald Kagan. The program officially launched in the spring semester of 2011. Our mission is to promote intellectual diversity on Yale's campus.
The Buckley Program routinely offers:
- A dynamic speaker series.
- Funded summer internships for undergraduate students.
- Debates, as part of our Rosenkranz Debate series.
- Daylong workshops and seminars.
Some of our guests to campus have included Dr. Henry Kissinger and professors from many of our peer institutions. In the past, we have sent students on subsidized trips to conferences in Washington D.C. and published an essay contest.
Click here to download our 2011-2012 annual report.
Please consider supporting the Buckley Program. We are a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, and we rely on the support of individuals in order to operate every year.