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One program is selected each year by the AMS Committee on the Profession and is awarded US$1,000 provided by the Mark Green and Kathryn Kert Green Fund for Inclusion and Diversity.
Preference is given to programs with significant participation by underrepresented minorities. Note that programs aimed at pre-college students are eligible only if there is a significant component of the program benefiting individuals from underrepresented groups at or beyond the undergraduate level.Most Recent Award: 2020
The Graduate Research Opportunities for Women (GROW) Program received the 2020 Mathematics Program that Make a Difference award for its annual series of conferences that nurture, mentor, and expose undergraduate women to the opportunities that await a career in mathematics.
Award announcement as seen in the news release.See previous winners
The letter of nomination should describe the specific program being nominated and the achievements that make the program an outstanding success. It should include clear and current evidence of that success. The letter of nomination should not exceed two pages, with supporting documentation not to exceed three more pages. Up to three supporting letters may be included in addition to these five pages. Nomination of the writer's own institution or program is permitted. Non-winning nominations will automatically be reconsidered for the award for the next two years.
Send nominations by email or by postal mail to:
Mathematics Programs that Make a Difference
c/o Associate Executive Director
American Mathematical Society
201 Charles Street
Providence, RI 02904
For more information about the nomination process, email or call: 800-321-4267, ext. 4088