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Excerpts from the program for the Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 10 - 13, 1996, Orlando, Florida.

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 Panel Discussions

    Affirmative action: A look back and a look ahead.
AWM Panel Discussion
Moderators:
Mary W. Gray, American University
Panelists:
Ingrid Daubechies, Princeton University
Robion C. Kirby, University of California, Berkeley
William A. Massey, AT&T Bell Laboratories
Cora S. Sadosky, Howard University

    Affirmative action and underrepresented American minorities in
    mathematics at the graduate and professional levels.
NAM Panel Discussion
Moderators:
Robert E. Bozeman, Morehouse College
Rs:
Rhonda J. Hughes, Bryn Mawr College
Arlie Oswald Petters, Princeton University
Richard A. Tapia, Rice University
James Turner, Florida A&M University

 Other Relevant Presentations

    Mathematics for the community: The ethnomathematics major.
Cynthia E. Trimble, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla
Elinor L. Velasquez, University of California, Berkeley

    Intervention projects for minority precollege students.
SUMMA Presentation
Organizers:
William A. Hawkins, Director of SUMMA
Rs:
Carolyn R. Mahoney, California State University, San Marcos
Jack Morrell, Atlanta Metropolitan College
Margaret Wiener, Marymount Manhattan College

    Creating opportunities for minorities in mathematics.
MAA Invited Address
Etta Z. Falconer, Spelman College


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