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Scholar Stories

COVID-19 Update from 2012 AAA-Sir Keith Murdoch Scholar Monkol Lek

2012 AAA-Sir Keith Murdoch Scholar Monkol Lek, PhD is an Assistant Professor at Yale University.  Monkol’s research at Yale is focused on human genetic variation and its contribution to diseases.

Read more about Monkol’s research efforts during COVID-19.

2009 AAA Arts Fund Recipient Vivian Choi performs Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue

Despite being isolated in their homes during this global pandemic, the AAA Arts Fund Recipients are still busy creating and honing their craft.

Vivian Choi is a celebrated Australian pianist living in New York, who holds graduate degrees from the New England Conservatory and Carnegie Mellon University.  Vivian is a proud 2009 AAA Arts Fund Recipient.

'Who Knew' by AAA-Nomad Two Worlds Indigenous Arts Scholar Mi-kaisha Masella

In response to the changes and challenges the novel coronavirus has wrought on the way we are going about living our daily lives, AAA-Nomad Two Worlds Indigenous Arts Scholar Mi-kaisha has written this beautiful original piece for the AAA community entitled ‘Who Knew’.  We hope her song gives you comfort during these unprecedented times.