MIT Technology and Policy Program

White House Fellows 50th Anniversary

TPP Founding Director Prof. Richard de Neufville will be attending a White House Reception honoring in the 50th Anniversary of the White House Fellows Program.  This event accompanies the White House Fellows Leadership Conference, being held October 22-24.  Professor de Neufville was among the first class of White House Fellows, class of 1965-1966.  From Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States: Lyndon B. Johnson, 1966 (p.709):

On October 1, 1965, the President announced the names of the first 15 persons chosen for the White House Fellows Program as follows: William B. Cotter of New York City, John A. DeLuca of Los Angeles, Calif., Richard L. deNeufville of Boston, Mass., Edwin B. Firmage of Columbia, Mo….

1965-9166 Class of White House Fellows

(Query: Is Richard not wearing a bow tie?)

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