 Membership
 Publications
 Meetings
 Competitions
 Community
 Programs
 Students
 High School Teachers
 Faculty and Departments
 Underrepresented Groups
 MAA Awards
 MAA Grants
 News
 About MAA
The awarding of prizes for expository writing has long been one of the high points of MathFest. The Alder Award, for younger teachers, has added a prize for distinguished teaching to the annual MathFest awards ceremony.
The full prize booklet, which includes citations and responses by the winners, can be viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Robert L. Devaney for "Chaos Rules!", Math Horizons, November 2004, pp. 1114. 
Brian Hopkins and Robin J. Wilson
for "The Truth About Königsberg" College Mathematics Journal, v. 35, May 2004, pp. 198207. 
Stephen M. Walk for "Mind Your s and s" College Mathematics Journal, v. 35, November 2004, pp. 362369. 
Professor Eggleton was unable to attend.
Mamikon Mnatsakanian 
Tom Apostol and Mamikon Mnatsakanian for a series of three articles:

Henry Cohn 
Henry Cohn for "Projective Geometry over _{1} and the Gaussian Binomial Coefficients" The American Mathematical Monthly, v. 111, no.6, June/July 2004, pp. 487495. 
Alan Edelman 
Alan Edelman and Gilbert Strang for "Pascal Matrices" The American Mathematical Monthly, v. 111, no.3, March 2004, pp. 361385. 
Professors Finch and Wetzel were unable to attend.
Professor Grabiner was unable to attend.
Maureen Carroll and Stephen Dougherty for "TicTacToe on a Finite Plane" Mathematics Magazine, v. 77, no.4, October 2004, pp. 260274. 
John Stillwell for "The Story of the 120Cell" Notices of the AMS, January 2001, pp. 1724. 
Matthew DeLong Taylor University 
Sarah Greenwald Appalachian State University 
Laura Taalman James Madison University 