John K. Hyde Award

John K. Hyde Award (French)

John Kenneth Hyde received his Ph.D. in French from Indiana University in 1965. He taught at Oberlin College from 1962-67 until returning to Indiana University as professor of French from 1967 until his death in 1983. He was particularly interested in teaching French and Québécois civilization and culture, and also spent time developing the department's business French class during the later years of his career. He served as faculty advisor for the French House and as Director of Graduate Studies. The John K. Hyde award was first given in 1985.

Award recipients

  • 2019 - Claire Ambrose
  • 2018 - Taitum Caggiano
  • 2017 - Julia Vicic
  • 2016 - Sophia Saliby
  • 2015 - Abigail Elston
  • 2014 - Arthur Masyuk
  • 2013 - Jacob Wycoff
  • 2012 - Kevin Gardner
  • 2011 - Sarah Chestnut
  • 2010 - Kimberly L. Long