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Anyone can access recent issues as well as archival issues.  The archive is available thanks to a generous donation by Past President Jean Taylor.  TOC data is currently available beginning with volume 36 (2006) and is also available for volume 1, no. 1 (1971). Certain announcements and calls for nominations are listed a few times as representatives rather than the numerous issues they appear in.  Some articles are listed with keywords and/or information in abstracts; we welcome keyword or suggestions for others.

Volume Issue Number Issue Year Title Authors and Affiliations
49 2 Mar–Apr 2019 President's Report Ruth Haas, Mānoa, HI
49 2 Mar–Apr 2019 Presidents' Reflections: Three Actions that Shaped AWM during Alice Schafer's Presidency Column Editors: Janet Beery, University of Redlands; Francesca Bernardi, Florida State University; Kayla M. Bicol, University of Houston; Cathy Kessel, consultant
49 2 Mar–Apr 2019 AWM at the Baltimore JMM Radmila Sazdanovic, NC State University; Liz Vivas, Ohio State University; and Karoline Pershell, AWM Executive Director, Yen Duong and Talia Fernós
49 2 Mar–Apr 2019 Book Review: Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People, by Mahzarin R. Banaji and Anthony G. Greenwald, Delacorte Press, 2013, ISBN 978-0-533-80464-5 Reviewed by Marge Bayer
49 2 Mar–Apr 2019 Education Column: Connecting with Teachers Suzanne Lenhart, University of Tennessee, Department of Mathematics and NIMBioS, and Greg Wiggins, University of Tennessee, NIMBioS and Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology
49 2 Mar–Apr 2019 Building Community Over Lunch Samantha C. Hill and Anna Macquarie Romanov
49 2 Mar–Apr 2019 Reflections on Equity: Response to a Mini-Conference Priscilla Bremser, Middlebury College, and Viveka Brown, Spelman College, both members of the AWM Education Committee
49 2 Mar–Apr 2019 Announcement: BBA Call for Submissions
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 President's Report Ami Radunskaya
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 Call for Suggestions for Candidates
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 Presidents' Reflections: The Band of AWM Mary Gray, American University
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 2019 AWM Dissertation Prizes
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 Book Review: Reading About Ada: Children’s Edition* Gizem Karaali, Pomona College
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 AWM Will Be *50* in 2021!
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 Education Column: Revisiting: The Gates Foundation’s Pivot on Improving K–12 Education Jackie Dewar, Professor Emerita of Mathematics, Loyola Marymount University
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 Media Column: Equalities and Inequalities in The Orville Laurie Zack, High Point University, and Sarah J. Greenwald, Appalachian State University
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 New NSF Funding Requirements Courtney Gibbons, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Hamilton College, member of the AWM Policy & Advocacy Committee
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 AWM Town Hall Meeting at MathFest 2018 Alejandra Alvarado, U.S. Navy, and Karoline Pershell, AWM Executive Director
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 AWM Conflict of Interest Policy
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 Inaugural Women in Operator Algebras Workshop a Success Dawn Archey, University of Detroit Mercy
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 Symposium for South Asian Women in Mathematics Dhana Kumari Thapa, Tribhuvan University, Sara Faridi, Dalhousie University, Sylvia Wiegand with help from Roger Wiegand, both of University of Nebraska–Lincoln, and Adriana Salerno, Bates College
49 1 Jan–Feb 2019 MATHEMATICS + MOTHERHOOD: Interview with Melody Chan Lillian Pierce, the Nicholas J. and Theresa M. Leonardy Associate Professor of Mathematics, Duke University
48 6 Nov–Dec 2018 President's Report Ami Radunskaya, Claremont, CA
48 6 Nov–Dec 2018 2019 AWM Fellows
48 6 Nov–Dec 2018 Jacqueline Dewar Honored with Hay Award
48 6 Nov–Dec 2018 Suzanne Weekes Honored with Humphreys Award
48 6 Nov–Dec 2018 Book Review: The Glass Universe: How the Ladies of the Harvard Observatory Took the Measure of the Stars, by Dava Sobel, Viking, 2016, ISBN-13: 978-0670016952 Reviewer: Kathy Tomlinson, University of Wisconsin—River Falls
48 6 Nov–Dec 2018 Education Column: Understanding and Supporting the New Majority College Student Jackie Dewar, Professor Emerita of Mathematics, Loyola Marymount University
48 6 Nov–Dec 2018 Education Column: Revisiting: Resegregation Jackie Dewar, Professor Emerita of Mathematics, Loyola Marymount University
48 6 Nov–Dec 2018 MathFest 2018
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