## Trevor Evans Awards

For exceptional articles that are accessible to undergraduates and published in *Math Horizons*.

#### 2009

Randy K. Schwartz

The Birth of the Meter

*Math Horizons*, September 2008, pp. 14–17, 31.

#### 2008

William Dunham

Euler’s Amicable Numbers

*Math Horizons*, November 2007, pp. 5–7.

#### 2007

Adrian Rice and Eve Torrence

Lewis Carroll's Condensation Method for Evaluating Determinants

*Math Horizons*, November 2006, pp. 12–15.

#### 2006

Ronald Barnes and Linda Becerra

The Evolution of Mathematical Certainty

*Math Horizons*, September 2005, pp. 13–17.

#### 2004

Douglas Dunham

A Tale Both Shocking and Hyperbolic

*Math Horizons*, April 2003, pp. 22–26.

Hugh McCague

A Mathematical Look at a Medieval Cathedral

*Math Horizons*, April 2003, pp. 11–15, 31.

#### 2000

Peter Schumer

The Magician of Budapest

*Math Horizons*, April 1999, pp. 5–9.

#### 1999

Ravi Vakil

The Youngest Tenured Professor in Harvard History

*Math Horizons*, September 1998, pp. 8–12.

#### 1998

Tom M. Apostol

What Is the Most Surprising Result in Mathematics?

*Math Horizons*, February 1997, pp. 26–31.

#### 1997

William Dunham

1996-—A Triple Anniversary

*Math Horizons*, September 1996, pp. 8–13.

#### 1996

Joel Chan

As Easy as Pi

*Math Horizons*, Winter 1993, pp. 18–19.

Underwood Dudley

Why History?

*Math Horizons*, November 1994, pp. 10–11.