Make A Donation

You are now being directed to the University of Kansas Endowment Association Web site. All donations made to the Dole Institute through the KU Endowment site are secure and used exclusively for the Dole Institute.

Donate Now

News Releases

Below is a listing of News & Press from the Dole Institute.

To view our video library, click here. 

Dole Institute displays letters between Phog Allen, Bob Dole

The Dole Institute will display letters written between legendary KU basketball coach Phog Allen and Senator Bob Dole this spring.

Dole Institute announces early spring 2016 programs

The Dole Institute announced its lineup of programming for the first half of the 2016 spring semester, highlighted by the Presidential Lecture Series featuring Richard Norton Smith.

Royals G.M. Dayton Moore will give talk on leadership

Moore will join the Dole Institute for a program discussing leadership, success and how he helped create a culture that led to the 2015 World Series crown.

KU students, community members line up for tickets to see Bill Clinton

At KU and the Lied Center, students and public members lined up for a chance at tickets to see 2015 Dole Leadership Prize recipient Bill Clinton.

Director Bill Lacy remembers Sen. Fred Thompson

In the Tennessean, Dole Institute Director Bill Lacy shares a remembrance of former Senator and presidential candidate Fred Thompson. Lacy served as Thompson’s campaign manager for a ’94 Senatorial bid and his ’08 Presidential campaign.

Grants reflect KU work in ADA research

The Dole Institute announced research awards made possible through a gift from General Electric Company (GE). The awards were given as part of the Dole Institute of Politics’ 2015 “commemorateADA” initiative, which includes research support, exhibits and public programs in recognition of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Dole Institute honors 70th anniversary of V-J Day

August 18 – In honor of the 70th anniversary of Victory over Japan Day (V-J Day), the Robert J. Dole Archive & Special Collections has released more than 42 letters documenting the experience of Kenneth “Kenny” Dole, younger brother of former U.S. Sen. Bob Dole, who served in the war’s Pacific Theater.

  • Upcoming Events

    Mon 26
    Jul 06
  • spacer