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181. Education Department Curriculum History Education Department Curriculum History Education Department; Curriculum; Academics; Teaching; Classes; Faculty; MAT Program (Master of Arts in Teaching); Brief overview of the origin and development of the Education Department at Reed, including a listing of representative classes and a few long-term faculty.

182. Reed's two endowments. By Konrad Alt '81 Reed's two endowments. By Konrad Alt '81 Endowment; Development and Fundraising; Alumni, Individual; Curriculum; Admission; Academics; Foster, William Trufant [1879-1950, 1910-1919 at Reed]; Essay on Reed's two endowments, of finances and Foster's vision, and how the increase in finances have allowed Reed to focus on advancement rather than survival.

183. English Department Curriculum History English Department Curriculum History English Department; English Language Department; Academics; Teaching; Faculty; Classes; Division of Literature and Languages; Curriculum; Literature; Brief overview of the origin and development of the English Department at Reed, including a listing of representative classes and a few long-term faculty.

184. What is a liberal education? By Frank L. Griffin What is a liberal education? By Frank L. Griffin Faculty, Individual; Commencement; Curriculum; Sciences; Academics; Athletics; Mathematics Department; Literature; Griffin, Frank Loxley [1881-1969, 1911-1956 at Reed, 1954-1956 as President]; A Commencement address by mathematics professor Frank L. Griffin on the constituents of a liberal education which should include knowledge of the sciences, of languages, of the arts, and of a useful profession...

185. History of Reed by Dorothy Olga Johansen History of Reed by Dorothy Olga Johansen Foster, William Trufant [1879-1950, 1910-1919 at Reed]; History of Reed College; Founding; Academics; Curriculum; 234-page unfinished history by Reed alumna and later Reed History Professor, that covers the college founding through 1920, with a special focus on how the educational ideas of Foster and other early influences...

186. What's so funny 'bout communism, atheism, and free love? By John P. Sheehy '82. What's so funny 'bout communism, atheism, and free love? By John P. Sheehy '82. Foster, William Trufant [1879-1950, 1910-1919 at Reed]; Politics; Presidents; Academics; Teaching; Curriculum; Portland; Article on the radical legacy of William Trufant Foster, his background, politics, educational philosophy, interactions with Portland, and presidency at Reed; includes an essay by the author on his take...

187. Reed College Record. First Report of the College President Reed College Record. First Report of the College President Foster, William Trufant [1879-1950, 1910-1919 at Reed]; World War I [one]; Founding; History of Reed College; Athletics; Students; Faculty; Academics; Portland; Religion; This issue of the Reed College Record constitutes the first report of President William T. Foster and covers the topics of scholarship, religion, faculty, students, athletics, war work, and community service....

188. German Language Department Curriculum History German Language Department Curriculum History German Language Department; Division of Literature and Languages; Curriculum; Academics; Teaching; Classes; Faculty; Brief overview of the origin and development of the German Language Department at Reed, including a listing of representative classes and a few long-term faculty.

189. Students sitting on the Great Lawn, 1993 Students sitting on the Great Lawn, 1993 Great Lawn; Students Studying; Academics; Campus Life; Eliot Hall; Two students sitting on the Great Lawn in front of Eliot Hall, 1993.

190. Student reading on the Great Lawn, 1998. Student reading on the Great Lawn, 1998. Great Lawn; Students Studying; Eliot Hall; Campus Life; Academics; Student leaning against a tree on the Great Lawn, reading a book, 1998. Eliot Hall is visible in the background.

191. Students studying on the Great Lawn, 1995 Students studying on the Great Lawn, 1995 Great Lawn; Students Studying; Trees; Academics; Campus Life; Students studying and playing on the Great Lawn, Spring 1995. There are daffodils blooming at the base of one of the trees.

192. Reed College Student Yearbook, 1915 Reed College Student Yearbook, 1915 Griffin; Publications; Student Activities; Journalism; Faculty, Individual; Reed, Amanda Wood [1832-1904]; Reed, Simeon Gannett [1830-1895]; Academics; Faculty; Students; History of Reed College; The student yearbook, called the Griffin from 1920 on, of 1915 for Reed's first class contains a brief history of the college and many photographs of faculty, students, and class events. This annual, printed...

193. Student looking through the card catalog, circa 1984 Student looking through the card catalog, circa 1984 Hauser Memorial Library; Students Studying; Academics; Books; A student using the card catalog in the south reference room of the library, circa 1984.

194. History Department Curriculum History History Department Curriculum History History Department; Academics; Teaching; Faculty; Classes; Division of History and Social Sciences; Curriculum; Brief overview of the origin and development of the History Department at Reed, including a listing of representative classes and a few long-term faculty.

195. Hum 110: the foundation of Reed's academic community. By Romel Hernandez. Hum 110: the foundation of Reed's academic community. By Romel Hernandez. Humanities; Academics; Teaching Article on the Hum 110 course, a requirement for all freshmen, and how it is taught, students' participation, and the teaching methods of faculty Pancho Savery and Walter Englert

196. Humanities Curriculum History Humanities Curriculum History Humanities; Academics; Teaching; Faculty; Classes; Curriculum; Brief overview of the origin and development of the Humanities courses at Reed, including a listing of representative classes and a few long-term faculty.

197. The (un)changing face of Hum 110. By Peter J. Steinberger. The (un)changing face of Hum 110. By Peter J. Steinberger. Humanities; Academics; Teaching; Steinberger, Peter J. [1948- ]; The dean of faculty's take on the Humanities 110 course, changes over time, and its value to students; includes the reading list.

198. A farewell to the Iliad by Robert Knapp A farewell to the Iliad by Robert Knapp Humanities; Classics Department; Curriculum; Teaching; Academics; Books; Books; Article about the Reed curriculum and the changes in the humanities program over time, including the reading requirements and in particular the Iliad and the Odyssey. A reading list for the current Humanities...

199. Humanities Conference with Richard Jones, Winter 1978 Humanities Conference with Richard Jones, Winter 1978 Humanities; Conferences; Classes; Eliot Hall; Faculty; Students in class; Teaching; Traditions; Academics; Snow; Students in a Humanities Conference with Reed professor Richard (Dick) Jones, winter 1978. They are in a classroom in Eliot Hall, with a view through the windows of snow and tree branches .

200. How the humanities saved Reed. By John Sheehy '82 How the humanities saved Reed. By John Sheehy '82 Humanities; Curriculum; Presidents; Faculty; Foster, William Trufant [1879-1950, 1910-1919 at Reed]; Scholz, Richard Frederick [1872-1924, 1921-1924 as President]; Coleman, Norman Frank [1874-1960, 1911-1919, 1925-1934 as President, 1934-1939 at Reed]; McKinley, Charles [1918-1960 at Reed]; Academics Article about the curricular history of Reed College, the visions of presidents Foster, Scholz, and Coleman, and the role of humanities in that development; includes an article from the Quest of December...