理查德德neufville, an MIT engineering professor and systems designer, will be honored at the White House reception for the 50th anniversary of the White House Fellows program. The celebration will commem要么ate 50 years of distinguished fellows and their commitment to various arms of the federal government.
The White House Fellowship was established in 1964 by President Lyndon B. Johnson as a way to recognize leaders in public service. Fellows spend a year working full-time in a high level of government. De Neufville was selected in the first group of White House Fellows by President Johnson and worked f要么 U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara.
“Guided by the understanding that a genuinely free society requires robust participation from its citizens, President Johnson created this program to forge new opportunities for young Americans in government,” wrote President Barack Obama to commem要么ate the 50th anniversary of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowship.
De Neufville went on to found the MIT 技术和政策程序 (TPP), which received the Sizer Award f要么 the Most Significant Improvement to MIT 教育.
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