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P.D. Soros Fellowship for New Americans

10.09.17

Aris Baras and Vivek Ramaswamy Make The List: Meet the 30 biotech leaders under 40 who are searching for breakthrough treatments and shaping the future of medicine

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10.13.17

Gabriel Brat Quoted: Some Experts See Opioid Addiction Stemming From Prescriptions As A Medical Error

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06.16.16

Happy Father's Day: Honoring Immigrant Dads

Whether it was their love of learning that helped shaped our own, their endless work that allowed us to pursue our dreams, or the values that they passed down—immigrant dads are a special kind of dad who deserve their own special recognition. Happy...

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06.15.16

Victor Roy, Prabhjot Singh & Dave Chokshi Co-Author Hepatitis C Piece for Health Affairs

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05.30.16

Q&A: How Thuy Thi Nguyen’s (1999 Fellow) Parents Raised the First Vietnamese American College President in the United States

1999 Fellow Thuy Thi Nguyen will be the first Vietnamese American college president in the country.

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05.30.16
Ankur Luthra

The Five R’s of Preparing for the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans Interview

2004 Fellow Ankur Luthra, who serves as a panelist for The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans, walks finalists through preparing for the Fellowship's interview process.

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04.18.16

Slideshow: The 2016 Fellows With Our Full Page Ad In The New York Times

We asked all of the 2016 Fellows to take a photo with the New York Times full-page ad announcing the new class of Fellows. We encouraged them to take photos in an imortant place or at their university, and we also told them to have fun with it. Here...

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04.12.16

Announcing the Paul & Daisy Soros Class of 2016

We're delighted to announce The Paul & Daisy Soros Class of 2016. The 30 new Fellows are all immigrants or the children of immigrants. They will each receive up to $90,000 in funding for the graduate program of their choice. In addition, each new...

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04.11.16

By the Numbers: Infographics Exploring the 2016 Fellow Class

Dream Mentors. Immigration Status. Religion. Favorite Cities, Sports and Apps. Find out what the 2016 Fellows had to say!

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04.11.16

The Opportunity You Shouldn't Pass Up: Apply

The 2018 application is open. Are you a New American who is 30 or younger and who will be in graduate school full-time in the 2018-2019 academic year? Check out the full eligibility requirements, learn about the Fellowships and apply by November 1, 2...

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03.23.16

Review: Jan Vilcek's "Love and Science, A Memoir"

A conversation about the contributions of immigrants to the United States in the twentieth century would not be complete without an acknowledgment of Jan Vilcek, who immigrated to the United States in 1965. Dr. Vilcek, is not only largely responsible...

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03.16.16

Kao Kalia Yang (2003 Fellow) Chronicles Her Father’s Life From Laos to Minnesota in "The Song Poet"

Kao Kalia Yang's (2003 Fellow) forthcoming book, "The Song Poet," chronicles her father's life from Laos, to Thailand, to the United States. Kalia's father, as a song poet, was responsible for documenting the life and times of his community when he...

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