January 7, 2013: 37th Annual PROSE Awards Tallies Record Number of Entries, Brings Twitter into the Judging Room and Awards Ceremony January 7, 2013: Publishers Weekly: Record Number of Entries for AAP’s PROSE Awards November 27, 2012: Searching for the Best in Scholarly Publishing: 37th Annual PROSE Awards Announces Distinguished Panel of Judges October 20, 2012: 2011 PROSE Film, Mapping the Slave Trade, featured at UNSPOKEN Human Rights Film Festival October 11, 2012: The PW Frankfurt Show Daily, Day 2: And the winner is… October 4, 2012: Elsevier Connect: Book and journal competition changes with the times October 1, 2012: Submissions Deadline for Association of American Publishers PROSE Awards is Quickly Approaching July 24, 2012: Searching for the Next Star in Scholarly Publishing: Association of American Publishers Announces 37th Annual PROSE Awards Call for Entries March 12, 2012: PROSE Winners Advertisement: As seen in Publisher’s Weekly 3/12/12, the Chronicle of Higher Education 3/16/12, CHOICE 5/12, and Library Journal 4/15/12 February 27, 2012: AIP Matters: Director’s Matters Recognizes The Diffusion Handbook as a “Work of a Lifetime” February 13, 2012: Zenopa: Elsevier claims six Prose Awards for journals February 9, 2012: Elsevier Honored With Six PROSE Awards February 8, 2012: MIT: MIT Press book Engineering Systems wins Honorable Mention for 2011 PROSE Award February 8, 2012: University of Virginia Press: LBJ Wins PROSE Award February 8, 2012: The Presidential Recordings of Lyndon B. Johnson Digital Edition wins PROSE Award February 7, 2012: Library Journal: 2011 PROSE Awards Presented February 6, 2012: Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog): Best book of 2010 February 3, 2012: Really Strategies Posts about the PROSE Awards February 2, 2012: Association of American Publishers Announces 2011 PROSE Winners February 2, 2012: McGraw-Hill Receives Top Prize at Association of American Publishers’ PROSE Awards January 18, 2012: AAP’s PSP Division to Screen New Short Film Mapping the Slave Trade at PROSE Awards Ceremony December 29, 2011: David Eltis, Co-Author of 2010 PROSE R.R. Hawkins Award Winner Atlas of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, Quoted in the AP April 25, 2011: PROSE Winners Advertisement: As seen in Publisher’s Weekly 4/25/11, the Chronicle of Higher Education 4/1/11, CHOICE 5/1/11 and Library Journal 5/1/11 February 21, 2011: The JHU Gazette: JHU Press wins two prestigious 2010 PROSE Awards February 8, 2011: Cell Press wins PROSE Award for Article of the Future