RELATED LINKS on MINORITIES
in
MATHEMATICS and THE SCIENCES








NAM  (National Association of Mathematicians) the African American Mathematics Organization
Scholarships & Fellowships for African Americans
SUMMA
Archive of Minority Mathematicians
 The MAA's SUMMA
main page 
SUMMA
Committee on Minority Participation in Mathematics
African Americans
in the Mathematical Sciences (AARMS)
email LISTSERV:
request "subscribe" at aarms@lists.Colorado.EDU
Benjamin Banneker Network  Mathematics
U Penn's Claytor and Woodard Website  dedicated to two of the first blacks anywhere to get a Ph.D. in Math
The Faces of Science: African Americans in the Sciences
MIT Martin Luther King Visiting Professors and Scholars
CAARMSThe Conference for African and American Researchers in the Mathematical Sciences:
CAARMS8 June 2002 at Princeton University
6/95: CAARMS 
6/96: CAARMS2 
6/97: CAARMS3 

6/99: CAARMS5 
6/00: CAARMS6 
6/01: CAARMS7 
6/02: CAARMS8 
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CAARMSThe Council for African and American Researchers in the Mathematical Sciences
Online Sources of Information on AfricanAmericans in the Sciences
HBCU Mathematics Departments Online
Open Door Directory of University Math and Science Departments
Black Women in the Mathematical Sciences
The African Diaspora and Computer Science
The African Diaspora and Physics
Mathematicians of the African Diaspora (MAD)  these pages
Black Mathematics Research ListServ
Black Alumni of MIT (BAMIT)
African Mathematical Union (AMU)
Newsletters of AMU Commission on History of Mathematics in Africa (AMUCHMA)
Afrika Matematica, the First PanAfrican Mathematical Journal
African Diaspora and Science History
AAAS: SubSaharan Africa Development Program
African University Mathematics Departments Online
Precolonial Northern Nigerian Science
Association of African Universities
American Indian and Hispanic Math Links
SACNAS: The Society for American Chicanos and Native American Scientists
SACNAS biographies of Mathematicians
AISES: American Indian Science and Engineering Society
Lucent Technologies Fellowship Program for Minorities
National Society of Hispanic Physicists
Black Women in the Mathematical Sciences
Links of Black Women in the Mathematical Sciences
Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering
Math Forum  Minorities and Math
Minorities in Science and Technology
Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering (NSF)
Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering (MIT)
Union Matematica de America Latina y el Caribe
Multicultural Perspectives in Mathematics Education
Women and Geometry in Southern Africa
Vanderbilt University's Minorities and Women in Mathematics page
Sessions on Minority Issues at the AMS/MAA Joint Meetings
Lucent Technologies Fellowship Program for Women
visitors since opening 5/25/97.

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