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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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News & Events

09.22.17

Broadway Training, Gangnam Style

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09.20.17

Tarun Chhabra for Brookings: Why Trump’s “strong sovereignty” is more familiar than you think

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09.14.17

Mayesha Alam: 5 things you need to know about the Rohingya crisis — and how it could roil Southeast Asia

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09.13.17

The New American 2017-2018: Our Alumni Magazine

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09.12.17
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Fei-Fei Li (1999) : Founding Mother of the Artificial Intelligence Revolution

Building technology that reshapes human life

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09.04.17

Veterans: Applying for the PD Soros Fellowship

Are you a veteran and an immigrant or the child of immigrants? If you are going to graduate school or are in the first two years of graduate school, consider applying to The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans.

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08.31.17

ProFellow: 5 Doctoral Fellowships for Minorities in Education

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08.12.17

Mercury News: First Vietnamese-American College President Relies On Refugee Past To Connect With Students

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08.12.17

WIRED: Want A Diagnosis Tomorrow, Not Next Year? Turn To AI

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07.21.17

Eric Chung (2016 Fellow) Co-Authors Study on Asian American Progress in the Legal Profession

The goal of the study is to create a baseline for additional research and inquiry into the topic of Asian Americans in the field. The findings open questions for law firms, law schools, and both the non-profit and public sectors as to how Asian...

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