J.D. Dawson Award (Support/Service to the College)

CARL HYDE '48 & LORENA HYDE '49 BIO

Carl D. Hyde enrolled at Antioch in 1944 and graduated in 1948. After graduating, he attended medical school in Cleveland and interned in Detroit. In 1955, he opened a medical practice and subsequently formed a long-lasting medical partnership with Antiochian Dr. Harry Berley. Lorena E. Hyde entered Antioch in 1945 and graduated in 1949. In her last div, she was a live-in baby-sitter for Walter and Dorothy Anderson and after graduating, she worked at a facility for children with special needs, a position that grew out of a co-op job. Carl and Lorena were married in the Cleveland Friends Meeting (Quakers) in 1950.  At Antioch, the couple took an active interest in race relations and efforts to achieve world peace. They settled in Yellow Springs in 1954, where they eventually raised four children. The couple has followed the ups and downs of the College with interest and concern, both as alumni and as village residents.


PREVIOUS RECIPIENTS

1984                       

Roderic O’Connor ’28
Director of Food Services, Antioch College

1986

George L. Crowell ’70
President Antioch College Alumni Board; associate dean of The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University

1987

Edwina Bookwalter Gantz ’36
Educator who promoted alternative education; she was a trustee of the Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities, founded in 1964 as an education research and experimentation organization by Antioch College and about 30 other colleges; community volunteer

William Hooper ’49
Antioch Trustee; Hooper Construction

1988

Robert L. Aller ’56
Antioch Trustee; Senior Vice President for Finance & Administration of the Loctite Corporation

Miriam Dickinson
Longtime beloved Antioch staffer

S. Burns Weston ’25
Antioch Trustee; attorney

Robert A. Levin ’42 and Kay W. Levin
Longtime Antioch Trustees; in 1975, Bob and Kay served jointly as Antioch College Administrators acting president

1989

Theresa Black Carlson ’33
One of the first alums to help Antioch Admissions with recruiting

1990

Walter Anderson
Antioch Professor of Music; community volunteer; concert pianist and composer; director of music programs at the National Endowment for the Arts

1991

Irwin H. Inman ’41
Antioch publications editor and photographer

1992

Malte von Matthiessen ’66
Antioch Trustee; Chairman of YSI Inc.

1993

Richard A. Siegal ’51
Antioch Trustee; land developer

1994

Evan R. Spalt ’34
Antioch Trustee; established Spalt International Center and Spalt Scholarship program; Vice-President and Director of Ortho Pharmaceutical Corp.

1995

Gilbert Yager ’35
Community volunteer; founded Buffalo Metal Fabricating Corporation

1996

Hadley Case 35
Antioch Trustee; Chairman, CEO & Director, Case, Pomeroy & Company

1997

Daniel Hotaling 51
Antioch professor and College staffer

1998

Georgia Lloyd 37
Philanthropist and peace advocate

1999

Oliver Loud
Emeritus Professor of Physical Science, Antioch College

2000

Nolan Miller
Emeritus Professor of Literature, Antioch College

2001

Thomas Shelby ’28
Community volunteer and longtime Antioch supporter

2002

Robert H. Devine ’67
Former President, Antioch College

2003

Marcia Baum ’45
Efforts helped campus preservation

2004

Robert Krinsky ’57
Trustee chairman, Antioch; chairman, Segal Co

2005

Marcia Dugan ’53
Retired Director of Public Affairs, Rochester Institute of Technology

2006

Jewel Graham
Emeritus Professor of Social Welfare and Legal Studies, Antioch College

2007

Dave Goodwin ’54
College and Glen Helen campaign

2008

Robert Parker
Antioch College Professor of Cooperative Education, Emeritus. He started teaching at Antioch in 1957. He was named Emeritus faculty in 1991.

2009

Nina Myatt 53
Nina is Antiochiana Curator Emerita. For 35 years, her thorough and attentive reference supported the work of hundreds of scholars, dozens of significant books and articles, and several documentaries. Nina brought Antiochiana into the modern age, with the archives acquiring some its finest collections during her tenure.

2010

Steve Schwerner 60
Antioch College professor and Dean of Students emeritus, he served on the Alumni Board as well as on the Antioch College Continuation Corp. His support, guidance and understanding of complex issues have been invaluable for decades.

Al Denman
Antioch emeritus professor of philosophy of law and religion, and an opinion leader in the Antioch community. A longtime faculty member and one of those once-in-a-lifetime teachers with his blend of law, religion and philosophy, he is a valued source of Yellow Springs and Antioch connections.  He has been closely involved with Glen Helen and area environmental concerns.

2011

Scott Sanders
Antioch College archivist and curator of Antiochiana

2012

Antioch Reunion Work Project Volunteer Work Group

2013

Diane Chiddister
Diane is co-owner, editor and longtime reporter for the Yellow Springs News, noted for its extensive coverage of Antioch College.

Judith A. Hempfling
As President of Yellow Springs Village Council Judith has been involved in a number of issues in recent years, including the effort to revive Antioch College.