Tours, Workshops, Sessions
Are you an educator that would like to set up a tour of the museum and archive for your students? Are you an undergraduate or graduate student interested in primary source research?
We offer a variety of resources and opportunities for education at the college level that may be of interest to fields including Political Science, History, and Museum Studies.
Contact Julie for a sample schedule for how you can engage your students with a visit to the Dole Institute or for an in-person or virtual outreach visit to your campus classroom.
Topic Guide Course Companions by KU Professors
UNIV 101: Orientation Seminar
Race & American Politics topic guide
Assembled by Howard Graham, Associate Director for Academic Program in the Office of First-Year Experience for course research projects to correspond with themes in the 2016-2017 KU Common Book, Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates.
ECON 177: The Affordable Care Act
Voting on the Original Medicare & Medicaid Act in 1965 topic guide
Assembled by Dr. David Slusky for his Fall 2016 First Year Experience Seminar
KU Common Book
The Dole Archives periodically curates collection items that speak to the KU Common Book.
2016-2017 KU Common Book, Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates.
2022-2023 KU Common Book, Disability Visibility, edited by Alice Wong