International Fellows Since 1960
The International Fellows Program (IFP) was launched in 1960, at a time when the world was divided between East and West, capitalism and communism. Decades of global change – ideological, technological and cultural – have followed, but the Program’s goals have remained the same: to provide a forum for talented students in diverse fields of study to join together in examining a complex agenda, both conceptual and practical, of international problems.
In the decades since the International Fellows Program was established, fellows have gathered to discuss world affairs with some of the most prominent leaders of the 20th and early 21st centuries — leaders who have been instrumental in transforming the world and creating the society in which we live today.
| President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Robert F. Kennedy meet
with early classes of international fellows.
See more photos of early speakers for the International Fellows Program.