Student Advisory Board members celebrate the start of a new school year with a program featuring New York Times reporters Nicholas Fandos and Seung Min Kim.
KU students are the lifeblood of the Dole Institute and its mission. As a KU student, the Dole Institute is here to give you the experiences you need as you become our country’s next generation of public servants and leaders.
From the Institute’s Student Advisory Board to KU Civic Engagement Week, from volunteerism to historical research, from internships to networking with experts at the Institute– there are options to fit every major and every schedule.
Get involved at the Dole Institute – it will be one of the most impactful decisions you will make at KU.
To start, I’d suggest you:
Director of Programs and Student Affairs
Welcome, we’re glad you’re here. KU students not only help us accomplish our mission, but also get valuable experience through volunteerism, employment, and research.
Learn more by exploring this section and please feel free to contact me if you have questions.
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