Robert J. Dole Congressional History Prize
This prize will be awarded to up to three Junior or Senior Division entries at the Kansas History Day State Contest. To qualify, entries must focus on one of the following subjects:
The Robert J. Dole Congressional History Prize is named in honor of Senator Bob Dole who served Kansas as both a member of the House of Representatives (1960-1969) and Senate (1969-1996). The Dole Institute of Politics houses the archive of Senator Dole's legislative career which is available for research use Monday-Friday from 9-4. Please visit the Dole website for more information about the archive, the Robert J. Dole Congressional History Prize, project ideas, on-line primary sources documents, and research assistance: http://dolearchives.ku.edu/historyday.
To be eligible for this award, students must complete the award nomination information within the online registration system, including an entry description and how the entry is related to the award by the registration deadline date of April 1.
Nominations must include the following to be considered:
If it is deemed that there is not an entry that meets the criteria, the award will not be given.
Dole Institute of Politics Contact Information
Public Education Coordinator
2350 Petefish Drive
Lawrence, KS 66045