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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
39 2 Mar-Apr 2009 Career Options for Women in Mathematical Sciences, April 2-4, 2009
39 2 Mar-Apr 2009 AWM Essay Contest Victoria Howle, Essay Contest Organizer, Texas Tech University
39 2 Mar-Apr 2009 Book Review: Making Science Fair (2007) Reviewer: Margaret Bayer, University of Kansas
39 2 Mar-Apr 2009 Pioneering Women in American Mathematics AMS, January 2009
39 2 Mar-Apr 2009 Education Column Patricia Hale, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
39 2 Mar-Apr 2009 Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics, Ten Years Later Cathy Kessel, AWM Past President
39 2 Mar-Apr 2009 Math Teacher's Circles Bring Problem Solving to Middle School Teachers Brianna Donaldson, AIM
39 2 Mar-Apr 2009 McClure Named AMS Executive Director AMS, January 2009
39 2 Mar-Apr 2009 Opportunities
39 2 Mar-Apr 2009 Mathematics Awareness Month, April 2009
39 2 Mar-Apr 2009 AWIS Grant from Elsevier AWIS, January 2009
39 2 Mar-Apr 2009 AWM Conflict of Interest Policy
39 1 Jan-Feb 2009 President's Report Cathy Kessel, Berkeley, CA
39 1 Jan-Feb 2009 In Memoriam: Marcia P. Sward (1939-2008) Linda Rosen
39 1 Jan-Feb 2009 Media Column: Mathematically Talented Women in Film and Television: A Summary of the Last Five Years Sarah J. Greenwald and Jill E. Thomley, Appalachian State University
39 1 Jan-Feb 2009 Making of the Women in Mathematics Poster Joseph A Gallian, University of Minnesota Duluth
39 1 Jan-Feb 2009 Book Review: Gendered Innovations in Science and Engineering (2008) Reviewer: Margaret Bayer, University of Kansas
39 1 Jan-Feb 2009 WIMIN 08 Ruth Haas and Jim Henle, Smith College
39 1 Jan-Feb 2009 NIMBioS
39 1 Jan-Feb 2009 Family and Career: Do Dust Bunnies Multiply According to the Fibonacci Sequence? Jennifer Hooper, Idaho State University
39 1 Jan-Feb 2009 Opportunities
39 1 Jan-Feb 2009 NSF CBMS Regional Research Conferences
39 2009 AWM Membership Dues
39 2009 AWM Workshop for Women Graduate Students and Recent Ph.D.'s at the 2010 Joint Mathematics Meeting
39 2009 Call for Nominations: 2010 Louise Hay Award
39 2009 Call for Nominations: 2011 Louise Hay Award
39 2009 Call for Nominations: The 2010 Kovalevsky Prize Lecture
39 2009 Call for Nominations: The 2011 Noether Lecture
39 2009 Call for Nominations: Alice T. Schafer Mathematics Prize
39 2009 Call for Suggestions of Candidates
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