Each year, the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans program awards $90,000 fellowship awards to selected undocumented students (with or without DACA). If you are undocumented and pursuing graduate school, definitely check out the webinar as you prepare your application for the PD Soros Fellowship program.
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P.D. Soros Fellowship Open to Undocumented Students: Register for Upcoming Webinar!
The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans is a $90,000 graduate school fellowship that is open to undocumented students (with or without DACA) who graduated from high school and college in the US and are now pursuing graduate… Read More ›
Building Solidarity & Strengthening Ties Between the Immigrant Rights and Black Lives Matter Movements
By PATRICIA, RAMON, MIRIAM, and CAROLINA The United States is currently in the middle of an upheaval prompted by yet another murder of a Black community member at the hands of police. On May 25, George Floyd was murdered by four police officers… Read More ›
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At My Undocumented Life, we provide up-to-date information and resources for undocumented students. Most importantly, we strive to provide a sense of community— a place where we can share our experiences and advice, support each other, and connect with fellow undocumented students… Read More ›
Journey from Locked Out States to a College Education: Spotlight on Eastern Connecticut State University with TheDream.US Program
By RACHEL, DANIEL, DANIELA, and ROBERT College presidents and organizations have the potential to play a powerful role in working with and for undocumented students and activists. President Elsa Núñez of Eastern Connecticut State University, one of the universities in… Read More ›
Check out this Twitter Chat (Feb 5 @ 12PST): “Deportation as an Educational Policy: How We Can Fight Back and Why We Must”
By RACHEL Tune in for a Twitter Chat on Tuesday February 5th at 12PST on deportation as an educational policy issue with Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales, Leisette Rodriguez, and Carolina Valdivia! Dr. Negrón-Gonzales will be discussing her new research brief “Deportation as… Read More ›
On Applying to Graduate School while Undocumented: A Half-Essay, Half Advice List
By RAMON I have known I wanted to be an academic ever since I started college, but the dream had never felt so real – or so unreachable – as when I visited Columbia University during the summer prior to my… Read More ›
Taking Steps to Crack Open the Door to Graduate School: Insights from an UnDACAmented Graduate Scholar
By JOSE Through my research as a graduate student, I found a statistic suggesting that out of every 100 undocumented elementary Latinx students, less than one will achieve a master’s degree. This statistic is alarming. It suggests the odds are against… Read More ›
Navigating Research with Undocumented Immigrants as an Undocumented Immigrant
By DANI In my time as a PhD student in sociology, I have encountered very few undocumented graduate students doing work with undocumented communities. We know little about how many students are enrolled in graduate programs across the country and… Read More ›
Check out these Upcoming Learning Opportunities on Working With and For Undocumented Students!
By RACHEL UndocuScholars in collaboration with TheDream.US, The Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Presidential Commission on Undocumented Immigrants, and UConn’s Neag School of Education, is hosting a series of webinars and… Read More ›