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Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach claimed Tuesday night to be a national leader in voter security by championing adoption of laws requiring proof of citizenship to register, photograph identification to cast a ballot and mail-in ballot restrictions…
The Dole Institute of Politics announced today the addition of a Constitution Day program on voting rights featuring Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and KU Law adjunct professor Mark P. Johnson.
The Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas has released its programming schedule for the fall 2016 semester, including the nationally acclaimed Post-Election Conference and a joint visit from former U.S. senators Bob Dole and Nancy Kassebaum.
The American Council of the Blind and its Audio Description Project have awarded the Audio-Reader Network and Dole Institute of Politics a 2016 Audio Description Achievement Award.
KU announced Monday that the Dole Institute and KU’s Audio-Reader Network won a 2016 Audio Description Achievement Award for an audio description program they worked together to incorporate into the exhibit.
The Russell County Historical Society has announced the opening of a special exhibit titled, “The 40th Anniversary of the Ford-Dole Visit to Russell, Kansas.”
The recipients, from Oxford University, the University of California-Santa Barbara and Cazenovia (N.Y.) College, will explore social policies and research based in part on materials available at the Dole Institute of Politics.