Letter: Hands Across The Sea

In The Scientist [Feb. 19, 1990, page 5] I read about the Association of Engineers and Scientists for New Americans. I am a Soviet (Jewish) scientist; I have received the refugee status and I hope to emigrate this autumn. I belong to the category of Soviet emigrants mentioned in the article, of those who know nothing about the procedure of an interview, the techniques of finding a job, and so forth. Several of my friends are in a similar position. So, we will be very grateful for any informati

Victor Zak
Oct 14, 1990

In The Scientist [Feb. 19, 1990, page 5] I read about the Association of Engineers and Scientists for New Americans.

I am a Soviet (Jewish) scientist; I have received the refugee status and I hope to emigrate this autumn. I belong to the category of Soviet emigrants mentioned in the article, of those who know nothing about the procedure of an interview, the techniques of finding a job, and so forth. Several of my friends are in a similar position. So, we will be very grateful for any information, advice, and support.

Because of delays in mail deliveries to Moscow, correspondence may be sent to Prof. N. Lulov, Attn. Zak, Dept. of Math, Harvard University, Science Center 325, 1 Oxford St., Cambridge, Mass. 02138.

VICTOR ZAK
Moscow
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