Stephanie Healey | Apr. 15, 2013 | Notre Dame College of Science
David Hyde, the Rev. Howard J. Kenna, C.S.C., Memorial Director of the Zebrafish Research Center and Professor of Biological Sciences, was recently named the recipient of the 2013 Father James. L Schilts, C.S.C./ Doris and Eugene Leonard Teaching Award. He will receive this honor at the annual Dean’s Award Luncheon on May 17.
Every fall, Hyde teaches Classical and Molecular Genetics, which is considered the cornerstone course of the biological science major and often cited as the most challenging course of the undergraduate biology curriculum.