1888 – Born on December 6th in Des Moines, Iowa. American zoologist and writer particularly noted for her widely used texts and reference works on invertebrate and vertebrate zoology.
1915 – Hyman received her Ph.D. degree from the University of Chicago.
1916-1931 – She had a research appointment under the distinguished zoologist Charles Manning Child.
1937 – She held an honorary research appointment to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City until her death.
1942 – Among her important works were A Laboratory Manual for Elementary Zoology, A Laboratory Manual for Comparative Vertebrate Zoology, and Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy.
– ‘The Invertebrates, 6 vol.’, a monumental work still incomplete at the time of her death.
1959-1963 – She served as editor of Systematic Zoology and as president of the Society of Systematic Zoology.
1969 – Died on August 3rd in New York City.