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The C.D. Broad exchange program started as the brainchild of Frank Abraham, founder of the Abraham Student Aid Foundation Inc., who had attended Trinity College, Cambridge in his youth and felt that an exchange between the renowned British college and Rice University would be a worthwhile project to support. Originally intended to be a three-year direct exchange program, the foundation ended up sending one student overseas at a time with the United States and England alternating as host every year from 1962 to present day.
The first exchange was between G. Lindsey Buchanan, 21-year-old graduate of Cambridge University, and James Sears McGee, 19-year-old Rice student. Though he stayed in a dormitory during his time at Rice, Lindsey was hosted by the McGees while he studied Industrial Management.
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