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Media Coverage


Fresh On The Screen: How TV Is Redefining Whom We Think Of As 'American'

If, as historian James Truslow Adams defined it in his 1931 book The Epic of America, the American dream is a "dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement," then Hollywood is the glittering factory in which this dream is manufactured and distributed across a nation, and exported to the rest of the world.

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Immigrant Songs: Kultur Shock

There are many paths that lead one to emigrate and there are many roads to becoming a musician. When you combine the two, you often find a unique beast that exists in between dimensions. The legendary Balkan band Kultur Shock is such a beast. Sometimes a musician or band creates a persona to sell to an audience, but this band is all real, all the time – raw, political, unapologetic, and ridiculously fun.

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The Modernists’ Muse

O’Keeffe wasn’t the only one: Between the world wars, New Mexico was a hotbed of American modernism. That legacy is the subject of two major museum exhibits in Santa Fe.

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Great Immigrants: The Pride of America

Carnegie Corporation of New York salutes the legacy of Andrew Carnegie and other immigrants every July 4th.

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Does cancer follow the rules of math? This scientist certainly thinks so — and she's onto something.

Franziska Michor is quickly becoming a rising star in the worlds of math and medicine and for good reason.

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Immigrant Songs: Blitz the Ambassador

On this installment of Immigrant Songs, I had the great pleasure of interviewing the Ghanaian-American Hip Hop artist Blitz the Ambassador. Blitz (a.k.a. Samuel Bazawule) represents a modern perspective on the immigrant experience: deeply colored by the internet and mobile technology, and a with a nuanced awareness of the current African scene.

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American Modernism comes to Phoenix Art Museum

From New York to New Mexico: Masterworks of American Modernism from the Vilcek Foundation Collection will open at Phoenix Art Museum on June 7, 2015.

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At the Met, Andrew Bolton Is the Storyteller in Chief

When the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art debuts its latest exhibition, “China: Through the Looking Glass,” at its annual wingding on May 4, the event will be covered in orgiastic fashion by the global news media and treated by locals with the excitement country bumpkins once evinced when an elephant sauntered down Main Street with a sign announcing that the circus had come to town.

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Siki Im wins a 2015 Vilcek Prize

A former architect, he is interested in the intersections of culture, theory, and psychology within the design process.

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Tuyen Tran wins a 2015 Vilcek Prize

The winner of the prize is awarded a $100,000 unrestricted cash prize and an unique trophy designed by Austrian-born designer Stefan Sagmeister.

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Vilcek Foundation Honors Andrew Bolton

Biomedical science and fashion don’t usually go hand in hand, but such was the case at Thursday evening’s Vilcek Foundation Awards Gala.

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Anna Wintour Presents the Vilcek Prize in Fashion to Andrew Bolton at Last Night’s Event

On Thursday night, a collection of New York’s most noted philanthropists, PhDs, and fashion luminaries gathered at the Mandarin Oriental in Columbus Circle to witness the marriage of a microscope to a sewing machine.

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The Costume Institute’s Andrew Bolton Honored at the Vilcek Prizes

Proteins and molecules are rarely used in the same sentence with things like silk and textiles. But last night, at New York’s 10th annual Vilcek Prizes at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, those disparate variables added up to one oddly perfect algorithm.

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The Recipe for Thought-Provoking Dinner Party Conversations

Although we may not be as connected as NYC-based philanthropists Jan and Marica Vilcek, we can take some notes from the couple's expert hosting tactics demonstrated at the 10th Annual Vilcek Foundation Awards Dinner.

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The Vilcek Foundation Holds Annual Ceremony

Yesterday, April 2, the Vilcek Foundation held its annual award ceremony for the 2015 Vilcek prizes that, this year, honored people in the biomedical science and fashion industries.

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Fashioning Andrew Bolton

Hundreds of thousands of years after the very first garments were worn in caves, fashion as a fine-art form is finally getting its due.

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Costume Institute’s Andrew Bolton Talks Fashion and Museums

Legions of visitors to The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute have seen Andrew Bolton without even knowing it.

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The Long Road To Renown: The 2015 Vilcek Foundation Prizes

In the first decades of the 20th century, American scientists studying and working overseas outnumbered foreign scientists working in the United States. But after World War II, the United States began its rise toward global scientific leadership, partly because of an influx of scientists fleeing Nazism or Communism and partly because the country largely escaped the ravages of war. The United States soon became a magnet for foreign students and trainees; many who arrived stayed, strengthening the country’s scientific establishment.

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KEXP Presents Immigrant Songs: Song and Story from the Immigrant Experience

I’m very excited to announce the launch of Immigrant Songs, a cool new series that highlights foreign-born musicians and their music along with unique stories of the immigrant experience.

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Costume Institute’s Andrew Bolton Wins Vilcek Prize in Fashion

SALUTING BOLTON: Having largely worked behind-the-scenes since joining The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute as Curator in 2002, Andrew Bolton is about to step into the limelight as this year’s Vilcek Prize in Fashion winner.

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Philbrook exhibit showcases rise of American Modernism

Start with the word “modern." “When it comes to art,” said Philbrook chief curator Catherine Whitney, “the ‘modern’ can be a little confusing. Does it refer to a specific time period? Does it refer to a distinct movement in the art world? Why are things that we might today think of as ‘old’ still called modern?”

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Now at Philbrook -- "Masterworks of American Modernism from the Vilcek Foundation Collection"

Public Radio Tulsa features Catherine Whitney, the Chief Curator and Curator of American Art at the Philbrook Museum of Art, who discusses the new exhibition, "New York to New Mexico: Masterworks of American Modernism from the Vilcek Foundation Collection."

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Arts Scene: Philbrook Museum of Art to present "Masterworks of American Modernism," opening Sunday

One of the missions of the Vilcek Foundation is to highlight the many contributions to American society and cultural made by immigrants to this country. The exhibit “From New York to New Mexico: Masterworks of American Modernism from the Vilcek Foundation,” which opens Sunday at the Philbrook Museum of Art, explores the development of a uniquely American form of avant-garde art.

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Andrew Bolton Wins 2015 Vilcek Prize in Fashion

Andrew Bolton, curator in The Costume Institute, was chosen as the winner of the Vilcek Prize in Fashion for his curatorial work that elevates fashion as an art form. The prize is part of the 2015 Vilcek Prize and Creative Promise Prizes in the Arts, which are awarded in the field of fashion, and spotlight foreign-born artists with records of major achievement in their fields.

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Watch: How Andrew Bolton Became “The Accidental” Curator of the Met Costume Institute

February is award season across the board and Andrew Bolton—the curator of The Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art—will be taking home the $100,000 Vilcek Prize in Fashion. It’s a prize that spotlights foreign-born artists who have made major contributions to their field.

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Artist Interview: Nicole Awai

Nicole Awai, a Trinidadian born, Brooklyn-based multimedia artist has a distinct visual language. She works in a broad range of formats and materials including beautiful diagrammatic drawings, nebulous 3-D resin paintings, and mixed-media sculptures and installations that both resist and succumb to the force of gravity.

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Here's the New Wave of American Immigration Movies

A recent screening series in Hawaii sheds light on several American filmmakers focused on immigrant experiences. Why are we seeing all these movies now?

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American Tune

Jan and Marica Vilcek’s remarkable immigrant story provides the inspiration for their foundation’s annual awards honoring young foreign-born scientists, artists, and designers.

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Architect Neri Oxman Wins the Vilcek Prize For Design

When architect Neri Oxman received a call from Rick Kinsel, executive director of the Vilcek Foundation, to congratulate her on winning this year’s Vilcek Prize for Design, her initial reaction was that she was being pranked. As Kinsel puts it, “After I told her she had won, she reacted with disbelief, saying ‘Wait, what? Are you sure?’" Her husband, composer Osvaldo Golijov, had won the Vilcek Prize for Music in 2008 for his versatile and complex style. The idea that she would receive the same prize only a few years later must have seemed, well, implausible.

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Side of grasshoppers? He works to add 'flying vegetables' to our diet

“They taste like vegetable chips,” Mansour Ourasanah says of the grasshoppers he’d like you to eat. The insects, he explains, taste like what they consume: “They’re essentially flying vegetables — with some guts.”

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Matters of Taste

Growing up in the African country of Togo, Mansour Ourasanah knew what it was like to be hungry. But he assumed that limited food was a universal misfortune, like a head cold or a broken heart. Eventually he discovered that plenty of food was available for people with money; it was just that his family was poor.

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CNN Interviews Quilian Riano

Éxito (Success) – Quilian Riano is architect and winner of the Vilcek Prize for his input as immigrant to the United States.

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Neri Oxman Wins 2014 Vilcek Prize in Design

As an immigrant “who has made lasting contributions to American society through extraordinary achievements in biomedical research and the arts and humanities,” Israeli-born designer and architect Neri Oxman has been selected as the 2014 Vilcek Prize in Design’s recipient.

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Quilian Riano of DSGN AGNC awarded a Vilcek Prize for Creative Promise

Announcing good news is a splendid way to kick off a Wednesday morning: our respected friend, long-time Archinect contributor and founder of DSGN AGNC, Quilian Riano, has been named today as one of three winners of the 2014 Vilcek Prizes for Creative Promise in the Arts, this year focusing on design. Paired with a $35,000 cash prize, the annual awards recognize young immigrants who have had a significant impact on the American arts early in their career.

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THE Magazine Releases List of Best Books in 2013

THE, Santa Fe's Monthly Magazine, named Masterpieces of American Modernism a Best Book of 2013!

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Guest: Pass immigration reform to fuel innovation

The attitude toward newcomers has since soured, as evidenced by resistance to the passage of a comprehensive immigration bill, writes guest columnist Jan Vilcek.

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Evening Hours with Bill Cunningham

Rick Kinsel spotted at The Museum of Arts and Design annual dinner at the Mandarin Oriental hotel, across the street at Columbus Circle.

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MAD Visionaries Gala Honors Five Influencers

Stepping out of the elevators onto the 36th floor of New York’s Mandarin Oriental hotel on Wednesday night, it was immediately evident that we had arrived at the Museum of Arts and Design's Visionaries 2013 gala, which raised $1 million in funds to support the upcoming year's programming. With cameras flashing all over the room—one noticeably deployed by the one and only Bill Cunningham of the New York Times—it felt more like a red carpet for the design community than a hotel space.

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The Gift, and Science, of Giving

Global leaders of business and philanthropy are contributing to a scientific resurgence, the likes of which New York, and the world, has never before seen.

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Visionary Art in New York. Frank Stella, Wilfried Vancraen, Rick Kinsel, David and Sybil Yurman

On Wednesday, November 20, 2013, the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) will host its 2013 Visionaries! Gala, celebrating five influential creators and leaders in the art, craft, and design industries, whose work personifies the Museum’s mission to explore and celebrate contemporary creativity across all media.

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Hawaii International Film Festival 33: A Year of Tributes

I have attended HIFF many times as a delegate. I’ve had the honor of having films play the festival, I’ve moderated an event and they sponsored a student film festival I ran from 1999-2003. Even though I have left Hawaii, I still consider it my home and this festival is my home festival. The festival director Chuck Boller has always remained true to the vision of HIFF and its staff. To bring cultures together through film. Every year hundreds, upon hundreds of excellent films are shown. You can’t count how many countries or different genre’s you see, the festival is completely diverse.

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Thornberg & Forester Paint Explosion for Vilcek

Motion studio Thornberg & Forester partnered with production company Valiant Pictures on a 30-second-long ident for the Vilcek Foundation. Vilcek plans to use the video as a cinematic open for films sponsored by the leading cultural institution following its official premiere at the 33rd annual Hawaii International Film Festival, opening on October 10.

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Q + A with ‘PIT STOP’ Filmmaker YEN TAN

Hot on the film festival circuit this year from Sundance to SXSW, Pit Stop just recently won the 2013 Outfest Grand Jury Award for Outstanding Actor in a US Feature Film for it’s stars Bill Heck and Marcus DeAnda.

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Scientists, Yes, but Most Immigrants Aren't Scientists

I am an immigrant scientist. To Prof. Coclanis's example of the recently named Simons Investigators, I can add that between the years 1901 and 2012, 34% of the 98 winners of the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine based in the U.S. were foreign-born.

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Defecting to Great Scientific Success

The saga of Jan Vilcek, professor of microbiology at New York University’s Langone Medical Center, reads like what John le Carré might have written after seeing a Frank Capra film: Brilliant medical researcher escapes Communist Czechoslovakia at the height of the cold war and flees to New York, where he discovers the biological basis for the blockbuster anti-inflammatory drug Remicade, and uses most of his fortune to start a foundation highlighting the contributions of immigrants to his adopted country.

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Vilcek Prizewinners recognized in Immigrants: The Pride of America

Each year on Independence Day, the Carnegie Corporation of New York salutes immigrants who contribute to our vibrant nation with "Immigrants: The Pride of America," a full-page ad in the New York Times.

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A modern ‘masterpiece’ in print

As an artist and educator, I was hugely impressed with the book, “Masterpieces of American Modernism: From the Vilcek Foundation” by art historians William C. Agee andLewis Kachur with contributions also by Rick Kinsel andEmily Schuchardt Navratil.

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Foreign minds, fenceless imagination: The 2013 Vilcek Foundation Prizes

Every year, the White House announces the winners of the National Medal of Science and the National Medal of Technology and Innovation. Awarded during a special ceremony by the president, these medals represent the highest honors bestowed by the United States government on scientists and engineers. In his address during the White House awards ceremony in the fall of 2011, President Obama noted that nine of the 12 honorees were born outside of the U.S.. The winners came to the U.S., he said, because “America is the best place in the world to do the work they do.”

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A $100,000 Prize for Yo-Yo Ma

Yo-Yo Ma, the popular and successful cellist who has already received several major cash awards, has won another: the $100,000 Vilcek Prize, given by the Vilcek Foundation.

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Two Yale Researchers Who Study The Immune System Share Vilcek Prize

The Vilcek Foundation is a New York City-based non-profit organization devoted to raising public awareness of the contributions of immigrants to the sciences, arts, and culture in the United States. Richard A. Flavell, chair and Sterling Professor of Immunobiology, and Ruslan M. Medzhitov, the David A. Wallace Professor of Immunobiology, were honored by the foundation for their long-standing and influential work on the innate immune system, the first line of defense against infection by bacteria and viruses.

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Barack Obama, Jan Vilcek

President Barack Obama congratulates Dr. Jan Vilcek, New York University Langone Medical Center, after he awarded him the National Medal of Technology and Innovation, Friday, Feb. 1, 2013, in the East Room of the White House in Washington.

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Vilcek Prize Winners Cited by the Carnegie Corporation of New York

We are proud to announce that three of our 2012 prizewinners were among those cited by the Carnegie Corporation of New York in its annual full-page public service advertisement, “Immigrants: The Pride of America.” This PSA, which appears each year on the Fourth of July in the New York Times salutes the contributions of foreign-born Americans to the United States.

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CNN Interviews Carlos Bustamante, PhD

Recognition of Peruvian science - Carlos Bustamante, is honored for his research on the functioning of cells.

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Gems from Distant Shores: The 2012 Vilcek Foundation Prizes

Six years ago, The FASEB Journal reported the inauguration of an annual prize to recognize the contributions of foreign-born scientists to the biomedical research enterprise in America. The report described the new prize, sponsored by the Vilcek Foundation, as a fitting tribute to foreign-born scientists working in the United States. As a testament to those contributions, the authors pointed out that at least one in three Nobel Prize winners in Physiology or Medicine who were active in the United States since the launch of the prize hailed from outside the country.

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Foundation Honors Baryshnikov

When Jan and Marica Vilcek established their foundation a dozen years ago, they set out with the singular mission to celebrate the achievements of immigrants.

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Dance Awards for Baryshnikov and Forsythe

Mikhail Baryshnikov has been awarded the Vilcek Prize for the Arts. The award, which honors the contributions of foreign-born artists and scientists in the United States and is given by the the Vilcek Foundation, includes a cash prize of $100,000.

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Philanthropy 50: Jan T. and Marica F. Vilcek

Dr. Vilcek is a professor of microbiology at New York University School of Medicine and co-developed Remicade, an anti-inflammatory drug. Ms. Vilcek is a former associate curator and head of the accessions and catalog department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, in New York.

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New York State of Mind

From May 20 through to June 5, 2010, New York City became the home of ‘The Vilcek Foundation Celebrates Lost: A showcase of the International Artists and Filmmakers of ABC’s Hit Show.’

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A Man of Many Gifts

Jan T. Vilcek, Md, PhD, professor of microbiology, and his wife, Marica, recently pledged $21 million to NYU Langone Medical Center that will help purchase and renovate residence hall space on East 26th Street for students at NYU School of Medicine, create a merit-based full-tuition scholarship fund for medical students, and expand the couple’s fellowship fund for students in the Department of Microbiology.

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Teacher Funds School's Dorms

Jan Vilcek wants to repay New York University's Langone Medical Center for taking a chance on him. The microbiology professor will on Wednesday announce a $21 million gift to the medical school to purchase and renovate a student dormitory.

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Celebrity Chef Jose Andres Picks on Palin for Writing on Palm

March 10, 2010 - It seems the celebrity chefs are taking a cue from the country's comedians.

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Inspired by Immigrant Success Stories

March 10, 2010 - I spent an inspiring evening at the residence of the Ambassador of Spain last night, where the New York City-based Vilcek Foundation held a reception to honor Washington celebrity chef Jose Andres, a 2010 recipient of the organization's fifth annual immigrant achievement awards.

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Tom Sietsema's Dish

March 10, 2010 - José Andrés remembers driving to work and being somewhat distracted when he got the official call informing him of his most recent award: the 2010 grand prize from the Vilcek Foundation, which annually honors the contributions of foreign-born Americans in the areas of art, culture and science.

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José Andrés Wins Culinary Arts Prize

March 9, 2010 - Just when you thought that José Andrés had won every culinary award out there – the James Beard Best Mid-Atlantic chef, Bon Appetit Chef of the Year, Food & Wine's 35 under 35 – here comes another one.

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José Andrés: Vilcek Foundation Prize

March 9, 2010 - If a tally of prizes and honors is worth the same in the culinary world as it is in the film world, then Jose Andres is having a terrific year.

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Caltech Professor Earns Vilcek Prize for Research

March 4, 2010 - Alexander Varshavsky, Caltech's Howard and Gwen Laurie Smits Professor of Cell Biology, has been named a recipient of the 2010 Vilcek Prize in Biomedical Science, Caltech officials announced Wednesday.

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José Andrés Talks Awards, Italy's Backwards Politics, and New Restaurants

March 4, 2010 - José Andrés, the now-stateside Ferran Adria protégé has been linked to the small-plates craze, molecular gastronomy, and is often considered Spain's culinary ambassador. This week, New York's Vilcek Foundation announced that judges Ruth Reichl, Dan Barber, Dana Cowin, and James Beard's Susan Ungaro picked Andrés (out of a no-contest lineup of immigrant chefs) to receive the group's annual award and $50,000. It honors foreign-born individuals who make great contributions in the arts. We caught up with Andrés, and he told us how his next decade in America will be more deserving through political activism, why Italy is jealous of Spain, and the status on a New York venture.

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Michelin Stars and Other Honors

March 4, 2010 - L’Auberge du Vieux Puits in Corbières in the southwest of France has joined the ranks of restaurants with three stars in the latest Michelin red guide to France, which was published this week.

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Eyes on the Prize - A Big One

Not feeling much love these days at your restaurant job? We’ve got a prestigious and lucrative option for you—provided you’re 38 or younger, were born outside the U.S. but are now a naturalized citizen or green card holder, and have worked in foodservice for at least five years. Apply for the 2010 Vilcek Prize for Creative Promise in the Culinary Arts, which will award $25,000 to a foreign-born chef, artisan or innovator who “demonstrates outstanding early achievement.” It’s kind of a vague standard, but so what: even the four runners-up get $5,000 apiece. What have you got to lose?

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RSRT Advisor, Huda Zoghbi, Receives 2009 Vilcek Prize for Biomedical Science

The trustees, staff and volunteers of RSRT congratulate Dr. Huda Zoghbi on receiving the 2009 Vilcek Prize in Biomedical Science. The Vilcek Foundation was established in 2000 by Czechoslovakian immigrants Jan and Marica Vilcek to raise public awareness of the contributions of immigrants to the sciences, arts and culture in the United States. Dr. Zoghbi, a world renowned physician-scientist, was selected for this honor for her seminal contributions to neuroscience and genetics, including her discovery, a decade ago, that mutations in MECP2 cause Rett Syndrome.

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Composer Osvaldo Golijov Sets Sights on Brazil's Sultry Beat

April 3 (Bloomberg) -- Argentine-born composer Osvaldo Golijov, who crosses musical boundaries with inspired abandon, plans to use the $50,000 prize money he won from the Vilcek Foundation to venture into new rhythmic waters -- the sexy, sultry beats of Brazil.

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Dr. Inder Verma Chosen for Cozzarelli and Vilcek prize

New York: Eminent Indian-American scientist Dr. Inder Verma has been selected for two prestigious awards in biomedical science: Vilcek Prize and Cozzarelli Prize.

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Golijov Awarded Special Prize

NEW YORK -- Osvaldo Golijov is the first musician to receive the Vilcek Foundation Prize, a relatively new award for foreign-born artists and biomedical researchers who have made "extraordinary contributions to society in the United States." He receives his award at a ceremony in New York on March 26, along with Dr. Inder Verma, the 2008 recipient for biomedical research.

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Vilcek Foundation Honors Innovation by Immigrants

February 5, 2008 (The New York Sun) - A geneticist from India studying cancer prevention and a Grammy awardwinning Argentinean Jew have won this year's Vilcek Prizes for arts and science innovation, the Vilcek Foundation announced yesterday.

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A Prize for the Foreign-born


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Couples Philanthropy Honors the Achievements of Immigrants

NEW YORK - Jan T. Vilcek and his wife, Marica, fled Communist Czechoslovakia in 1964 with two suitcases and the names of a few professional contacts in the United States. Now Dr. Vilcek, a New York University medical professor and co-inventor of the antiinflammatory drug Remicade, and Ms. Vilcek, an art historian, have started an operating foundation to recognize the contributions of immigrants to America.

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Doctor Writes Rx For $105 Million

The Wall Street Journal - A doctor who helped invent a successful anti-inflammatory drug has donated an estimated $105 million to the New York University School of Medicine -- one of the largest gifts ever made to a U.S. university.

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Research Scientist Gives $105 Million to N.Y.U.

The New York Times - A scientist who hid from the Nazis as a child, escaped a Communist regime, did pioneering medical research and made a fortune on a blockbuster drug will give $105 million to the New York University School of Medicine, his professional home for four decades, university officials said yesterday.

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