Frist Center Scholar Awarded Prestigious Soros Fellowship
Frist Center visiting scholar and autism self-advocate, Hari Srinivasan, has been awarded a prestigious graduate fellowship from the Paul and Daisy Soros Foundation’s Fellowship for New Americans.
Hari first joined the Frist Center as the Center’s first Distinguished Visiting Scholar, while still an undergraduate at UC Berkeley. Now, Hari comes to Vanderbilt as a PhD student in Neuroscience through the Frist Center’s training program in Neurodiversity Inspired Science & Engineering.
Read more about Hari and the Soros Fellowship in this press release from the Soros Foundation. Forbes magazine has also published a story about the fellowship program and highlighting Hari in particular.