Undergraduate Programs
B.A. & Residential College

Conceived and proposed in collaboration with the College of Arts & Science and MU Residential Life, it will be Mizzou’s first undergraduate residential college, providing unrivaled opportunities for first-year students interested in American history and politics to live and learn together in historic Wolpers Hall.

M.A. in Atlantic History & Politics

The Kinder Institute is pleased to announce that applications are currently open for a new one-year A&S Master's program in Atlantic History & Politics

Upcoming Fall Events

Download the calendar to see what's coming up at the Kinder Institute.

Call-for-Applications:
2020 Kinder Scholars D.C. Summer Program

The deadline to apply to the 2020 Kinder Scholars D.C. Summer Program is October 10, 2019.

"Missouri in the World and the World in Missouri"

University of Technology Sydney Prof. Tamson Pietsch will give a Nov. 12 talk on the 1926 launch of the first semester-at-sea program

Undergraduate Programs
B.A. & Residential College

M.A. in Atlantic History & Politics

Upcoming Fall Events

Call-for-Applications:
2020 Kinder Scholars D.C. Summer Program

"Missouri in the World and the World in Missouri"

OUR PROGRAMS

Isaac Baker, Class of 2020 (Bachelor of Education Studies, BA History)

The route I followed with the Kinder Institute took me from the Society of Fellows, to Oxford, to D.C., and I find the friends I made to be one of the greatest aspects of my experience with these programs.

On the Kinder Institute Undergraduate Experience

Just before Spring 2018 graduation, Allison Pecorin (BS Journalism), now with ABC News in Washington, D.C., sat down with videographer Mike Boles to talk about her experience at the Kinder Institute.

Lawrence Goldman, St. Peter's College (Oxford) & Kinder Institute Senior Fellow

You come from the heartland, and it is truly the beating heart of America and its history. Within three hours of Columbia, there are places that are central to America's destiny...where, today, American history is remembered.

Kinder Institute Endowed Chair Jay Sexton on the Historian's Craft

What's the secret to being a good historian? Find out here, in this brief interview with Kinder Institute Endowed Chair in Constitutional Democracy and Professor of History Jay Sexton.

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Our own Jay Dow gives a Homecoming Pursuit of Happiness Hour lecture on The Development of American Electoral Democracy, 1789-1824.
A shoutout to Nick Schaffer, the intern joining us this year from Battle High School. Friday night he was crowned Homecoming King. Congrats, Nick!
Constitutional Revision in Missouri was discussed Friday night at the new Center for Missouri Studies. Brenda Talent introduced panelists John Dinan, James Layton, Michael Wolff, and Justin Dyer. Co-sponsored by the Show-Me Institute.
Wake Forest’s John Dinan speaks to our Society of Fellows in advance of todays 5:30 panel on Constitutional Revision in Missouri at the new Center for Missouri Studies. Panelists include Justin Dyer, James Lawton, and Michael Wolff. More info at https://democracy.missouri.edu/events/constitutional-revision-in-missouri/
The audience is spilling out the doors for Brandon Daviss Poverty to Prison Pipeline lecture going on now in 410 Jesse.