Mensa Press Award winners, 2000-2004

2004: Eric Hoover, The Chronicle of Higher Education, for his article "Peer Factor: Do smart students improve the performance of others?", published Feb. 7, 2003

2003: Erica Goode, The New York Times, for her article "The Uneasy Fit of the Precocious and the Average Child," published March 12, 2002

     2003 Special Award: The Detroit Free Press for its series of articles on lead poisoning published Jan. 21–25, 2003

2002: Laura Fasbach, Bergen Record (Hackensack, N.J.), for her article "Helping Talent Shine: School Programs Vary and Long-Term Results Are Unclear," published July 15, 2001

2001: Beverly Medlyn, the Arizona Republic, for a series of articles published in 2000

2000: Sheri L. Ziemann, Chicago Tribune, for her article "Merely Bright — Or Brilliant?", published Sept. 19, 1999