Agnes Scott College

Recognition for the Women in Mathematics Web Page

We are honored that our site on Biographies of Women Mathematicians has been recognized by the following sources:

Academe Today
Mentioned as a valuable academic internet resource by Academe Today (January 16, 1996), the on-line service for individual, paid subscribers of the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Point Survey Top 5%
Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education
Chosen as one of The Digital Dozen for the month of February 1996.
Knot a Braid of Links
Chosen as a "link in the braid" for the "cool site of the week" for April 7-13, 1996, from the The Canadian Mathematical Society's Camel Web server.
Alive! Education Net-- Excellence in Learning on the Internet
In September 1996 this web site was nominated by one or more participants in the Alive! Global Network to receive the Alive! Execellence in Education Award. The editors of the Alive! Education Network nominated this site to receive the 1998 Publisher's Choice: Excellence in Education Award.
The Exploratorium Learning Studio
Chosen as one of the "Ten Cool Sites" for the month of November 1996 by The Exploratorium's Learning Studio, which each month picks the best in science, art and education.
Learning in Motion
Featured in the January 1997 issue of the "Top 10 Educational Sites on the World-Wide Web" from Learning in Motion, a Web site for educators and students who are interested in integrating the Internet with their schoolwork.
Included in the book "Most Popular Web Sites: The Best of the Net from A2Z", edited by Katharine English, Lycos Press 1996, containing a compilation of the most popular sites as determined by the Lycos search engine.
NetGuide's Best of the Web
Given a three star rating by NetGuide Live.
51% NPR Broadcast
During National Women's History Month in March 1997 the NPR show 51%, produced by WAMC/Northeast Public Radio's National Productions in Albany, NY, in cooperation with Russell Sage College in Troy, NY, did a feature on the Biographies of Women Mathematicians web site.
Dr. Matrix World of Science
Recognized April 1997 with the Dr. Matrix Award for Science Excellence from "Dr. Matrix' Weird Web World of Science."
NetTech NeatTech: Best of the Web in Educational Technology
Featured in the June 1997 issue of NetTech, the Northeast Regional Technology in Education Consortium.
Snap! Online
Chosen as a Snap! Online Best of the Web site in the Learning Channel by the editors of Snap! Online.
Online Educator
Selected for the database of "Super Sites" and useful educational "hot links" by Online Educator, a monthly publication for educators around the world.
Selected in January 1998 as a featured site in StudyWeb as one of the best educational resources on the Web by their researchers. StudyWeb is an Internet site for educational resources for students and teachers.
WWW Yellow Pages
Included in Luckman's 1998 Edition of the World Wide Web Yellow Pages, published by Barnes and Nobles, where it receives a four-star rating.
Highlights' TeacherNet
Chosen as an Educator Resource for K-8 Classroom Teachers by Highlights' TeacherNet, a web site community of classroom teachers and educational publishers.
Britannica Internet Guide
A recommended site in the Britannica Internet Guide for Science, Technology and Mathematics (listed under Notable Figures in Mathematics) from the Encyclopedia Britannica.
New Scientist Planet Science
Chosen as a Site of the Day during May 1998 on New Scientist Planet Science, the online voice of New Scientist.
Making Schools Work for Every Child
Chosen as a featured resource and as a valuable site for math and science educators for an equity project that is a collaborative effort between the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education and the Equity Task Force of the National Network of Eisenhower Regional Consortia and Clearinghouse.
Women in Science,
Chosen by the editors for Women in Science of as one of the "Best of the Internet".
Links2Go: Mathematics
Included on the Links2Go Key Resource site of references about mathematics. Several of the biographies are individually listed under the topic of scientists.