Enrichment at GCMIC

In the spirit of George C. Marshall and in keeping with our mission, the GCMIC routinely hosts speakers to present on both domestic and international topics. Member Events are free to the GCMIC members, admission requires a donation of $20 per person for non-members. Our upcoming event schedule can be found here. Events may be held in the Haub Exhibit Room on the second floor of The Marshall House or in the GCMIC’s Education Center located at 312 East Market Street, Suite C,  behind The Marshall House. Parking for all events is available at The Shops at The Marshall House at 310-312 East Market Street.

Custom seminars or those directly targeting students may be arranged. Please contact us for details.

Foreign Policy Book Club

Foreign Policy Brown Bag Lunch

Member Events

Our Foreign Policy Forum discussion group meets for a brown bag lunch at Noon on the third Thursday of every month.  We usually have a speaker or a discussion leader on specific topics, but sometimes we just meet to discuss the latest foreign affairs developments and policy outrages. The discussion is always most vigorous.

In addition to these regular programs, GCMIC often offers evening lectures on specific topics related to the work and legacy of George Marshall. These are announced on this website.

The Foreign Policy Book Club meets at noon on the first Wednesday of every month, and the membership is quite robust in its experience and expertise.  The books the club selects are available for loan at the information desk of the Rust Library– just ask for the Marshall House books.