ITT International Fellowship Program
The ITT International Fellowship Program was a program of grants promoting international educational student exchanges, similar to the Fulbright Program, sponsored by the International Telephone & Telegraph Corporation. The program was administered by the Institute of International Education from 1973 until the mid-1980s.
Between 1973 and 1982, 498 students received ITT fellowships: 244 American students who went abroad for a year of study, and 254 non-US students who came to the US, usually to pursue a master's degree. Graduate students were also awarded this fellowship from 1983-1986. During this time, the fellowship was administered in conjunction with the Fulbright Program. It was considered especially prestigious at the time, because it provided students with more funding than the Fulbright Program.
- Madeleine Mitchell, violinist
- Jeannette M. Potts, Dr Tango
- Ronald M. James, (to Ireland, 1981) historian, author
- Thomas C. Hase, (to Germany, 1986) theatre lighting designer
- Leslie A. Donovan (to Ireland, 1986), associate professor of the University Honors Program at the University of New Mexico
- Paolo Mancosu (To Stanford, 1985), professor at the University of Berkeley
- William Madges Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Saint Joseph's University
- Richard Michael Locke (to Italy, 1986) Professor of Entrepreneurship, MIT Sloan School of Management
- Barry Nemett (to Spain) Chair of the Painting Department at Maryland Institute College of Art
- Christiane Schmullius professor, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena
- Charles H. Grice, (to Brazil, 1982, FGV-Rio de Janeiro), Managing Director, CRI
- Susan Tintori, (to Italy, 1982, Istituto per l'Arte e Restauro), Executive Director, The Florence Academy of Art, Florence, Italy
- Martin Flaherty (to Ireland, 1982, Trinity College), Professor of Law, Fordham School of Law, NY, Co-Director, Leitner Center for International Law and Justice