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P.D. Soros Fellowship for New Americans


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

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Lei Liang: Composing Our Relationship with Guns

Lei Liang (2002 Fellow), a Pulitzer Prize finalist and professor of composition at UC San Diego, is a 2015 Creative Capital awardee for his new opera "Inheritance" on guns in the United States.

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Indian-American Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow Arnav Chhabra Joins Forbes’ "30 Under 30" 2016 Class

The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships For New Americans’ Arnav Chhabra (2014 Fellow) has always been ahead of the game. He started working at the prestigious MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas when he was a teenager, and had his first...

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Nishant Batsha

Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships' Best of 2015

This year, we decided to reach out to our 535 Fellows to find out what were their favorite podcasts, books, films, apps, and TV shows (and even tweets) were in 2015. Only, there was one minor twist, we asked them to focus on work that was by or...

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Gerald Tiu

A Conversation with US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy and Nadine Burke-Harris

US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy (1998 Fellow), in conversation with Nadine Burke-Harris (1999 Fellow), discussed his career path, being a Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow, and the importance of finding a voice at the 2015 Fall Conference.

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Roxana Daneshjou

Immigrants Changing History: 'Hamilton' the Musical

Broadway's new star, 'Hamilton,' tells the story of one of the most important immigrants in United States history. The Fellows, who are immigrants and children of immigrants, saw the musical together in the fall of 2015; they found an overwhelming...

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Giving Tuesday: Reasons To Give Back

Whether as doctors, musicians, public servants, directors, educators, scientists, composers, actors or entrepreneurs, Fellows are making an impact across the United States and world. With Giving Tuesday coming up, we've highlighted three Fellowship...

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Katherine Trujillo

Katherine Trujillo: Exploring Human Rights Abroad

Studying abroad offered Katherine Trujillo (2015 Fellow) a new lens on human rights. Grouped with Danish and Bosnian students for a six-week Humanity in Action fellowship, Katherine was able to develop a framework for understanding many of the...

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Majora Carter: Business Leader and Changemaker

Majora Carter was hosted by The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellows Association (PDSFA) for an evening of conversation with Fellows on August 26, 2015 at Open Society Foundations in New York City. The PDSFA is the alumni association for all recipients of The...

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Who is an American?

Nishant Batsha (2013 Fellow) reflects on Citizenship Day and the 1923 Supreme Court decision United States v. Bhagat Singh Thind, which concluded that all South Asians were ineligible for citizenship.

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Deisy Del Real

A Century of Jinetes

Deisy Del Real takes readers on her immigration journey from Mexico to the United States, and from being undocumented to becoming a citizen.

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