David M. Hyde

David M. Hyde
Lecturer in Anthropology, MGES Instructor
B.A., University of Texas at Austin; M.A., Washington State University; Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin.
Phone: 
(970) 943-2222
Office Location: 
Hurst Hall 031A
Departments: 
Natural & Environmental Sciences Department
Master of Arts in Gallery Management & Exhibits Specialization (MGES) Department
Graduate Programs at Western
Academic Program: 
Anthropology
Master in Gallery Management & Exhibits Specialization - MGES

David Hyde, Ph.D.: Instructor of MGES 631 Curating the Past (archaeology-based course), 
Summer Practicum workshops

Dr. Hyde has taught at Western State Colorado University in the Anthropology department since 2011. He was one of the founders of the MGES program. He is a well-published anthropological archaeologist specializing in Maya archaeology. Dr. Hyde has twenty years of archaeological experience, with most of his work taking place in Belize, Central America, where he has directed a field school for the University of Texas in San Antonio and for Western State Colorado University since 2009. 

Person Type: 
Faculty