Is it possible to truly place a value on education? The long-term benefits of attaining an advanced degree are far reaching and last a lifetime.
Gifts from INTM alumni and friends have an immediate impact, helping current students to achieve their educational goals and new students to make the commitment to expand their horizons, personally and professionally. Financial support makes a difference to all students.
Did you know that you can make a contribution to specifically benefit INTM students? A donation to IIT, designated for the Keith E. McKee Scholarship Fund, enables INTM to offer financial assistance to students who do not qualify for full-time scholarships and/or have special circumstances.
To donate to IIT’s “Fueling Innovation” capital campaign, the $250 million initiative to enhance IIT’s offerings, facilities and scholarships, please visit http://fuelinginnovation.iit.edu.
IIT alumni considering a gift to the university are invited to learn more about the many resources available through IIT’s Alumni Association at https://alumni.iit.edu.
Thank you to all who have supported INTM students through scholarship donations. The support of our Alumni, Faculty, Friends and Industry Partners is especially appreciated.
MCKEE Scholarship Profile
INTM’s scholarship is named in honor of Dr. Keith E. McKee, a dedicated IIT alum (CE ’50, MS ’56, PhD ’62) who founded of the INTM Program in 1994 after a 30-year career at IIT Research Institute. McKee believed strongly in the importance of practical experience in industry as an essential component of students’ education, and designed the BINTM Program as a 2+2 program to serve individuals who had at least two years of technical coursework from an Associate’s of Applied Science (AAS) program or an equivalent course of study. The BINTM built on students’ technical background and focused on preparing students to address a range of operational issues and acquire the managerial skills required by industry. Access to an affordable education was equally important to McKee, thus his move to create the INTM scholarship for part-time undergraduate students. The scholarship was renamed in his honor after his passing in May 2010.