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11.01.22

2022 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow Fall Conference Recap

The 2022 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships' Fall Conference returned to New York City in late October of 2022 with keynote speaker Damian Williams (2004 Fellow), the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York. Having missed a year of...

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10.26.22

Jasmin Sethi: How I'm Shaping Culture

Jasmin Sethi is a lawyer-economist, entrepreneur, and thought leader with over a decade of experience in the financial industry. She was born in New York City to parents who emigrated from India and became naturalized citizens.

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10.10.22
Eva Recinos

Discovering Her American Dream: Christeebella Akpala

Looking back on her journey, there’s a major philosophy that 2022 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow Christeebella Akpala now keeps in mind: “If you have a purpose, your plans may change, but your purpose will still remain the same.”

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08.17.22

Physician Scientist Aadel Chaudhuri wins the Michael Fry Award

This simple equation comes into focus when chatting with Paul & Dairy Soros Fellow Aadel Chaudhuri who was recently the recipient of the Michael Fry Award granted by Radiation Research Society, an international body of researchers, scientists, and...

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08.10.22

Polina Nazaykinskaya: How I'm Shaping Culture

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08.01.22

MBAchic Features PD Soros Fellow Norma Torres Mendoza

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07.05.22

Looking Back at the Fellowship: MD/PhD Student Eric Hoyeon Song

2020 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow Eric Hoyeon Song was born in Seoul, South Korea and moved to Buena Park, California with his parents and younger brother when he was eight. Eric vividly remembers one of his first days of school in the United States; he...

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06.28.22

Looking Back at the Fellowship: Sociology PhD Student Saúl Ramírez

Saúl Ramírez was born in the United States and raised in Santa Ana, California, a predominantly working-class, Spanish-speaking, immigrant community. Saúl’s parents had relocated from El Sabino—an impoverished, rural town in Guanajuato, México—where...

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06.23.22

Looking Back at the Fellowship: Materials Science and Engineering PhD Student Pooja Reddy

Pooja Reddy is a scientist who is finishing up the second year of her PhD at Stanford.

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06.14.22

Nishant Batsha on His New Novel: Mother Ocean Father Nation

For Nishant Batsha, "Mother Ocean Father Nation" is a culmination of approximately ten years of hard work, threading an intellectual line between his literary endeavors and academic pursuits, with the latter culminating in a PhD in history at...

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