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21. Assessment of Educational Outcomes. By Douglas Bennett, Provost. Assessment of Educational Outcomes. By Douglas Bennett, Provost. Academics; Curriculum; Thesis The Provost discusses types of educational assessments available at Reed and other institutions of higher education.

22. Student studying in his dormitory room, circa 1983 Student studying in his dormitory room, circa 1983 Academics; Dormitory Life; Students Studying; Dormitories; A student studying in his dormitory room, circa 1983.

23. Students discussing the Keele Exchange Program, 1963 Students discussing the Keele Exchange Program, 1963 Academics; Eliot Hall; Special Programs; Students - Groups; Study Abroad; Two students discussing the University College of North Staffordshire, Keele, England exchange program, 1963. The student on the left is Robert A. Morris, class of 1965. The student on the right is an...

24. Ideas, Neatly Tiered. By Nadine Fiedler '89 Ideas, Neatly Tiered. By Nadine Fiedler '89 Academics; Faculty, Groups and Activities; Faculty, Individual; Mathematics Department; Teaching; Article based on many interviews carried out by Nadine Fiedler '89 of faculty in the mathematics department about their teaching, research projects, and students.

25. The ability to use one's mind in a disciplined way. By Peter Steinberger. The ability to use one’s mind in a disciplined way. By Peter Steinberger. Academics; Faculty, Individual; Humanities First in the 50th anniversary lecture series on the humanities program by this professor of Political Science and Humanities.

26. The angers of Achilleus. By C.D.C. Reeve. The angers of Achilleus. By C.D.C. Reeve. Academics; Faculty, Individual; Humanities; Classics Department; Teaching Text of the humanities lecture interspersed with quotes from other Reed faculty and students along with a note on the Chinese humanities course and a list of readings and papers from 1943 and 1994.

27. Bill Wiest: on to retirement for a busy psychologist. By Kevin Francis '93. Bill Wiest: on to retirement for a busy psychologist. By Kevin Francis ’93. Academics; Faculty, Individual; Psychology Department; Teaching Description of the teaching and research career of Wiest at Reed, who is retiring after 34 years as a social psychologist. He was active in research for the World Health Organization and at Kaiser-Permanente...

28. Women's Issues on the campus. By Kitty Wheeler. Women's Issues on the campus. By Kitty Wheeler. Academics; Faculty, Individual; Women's Issues; Interviews with women in the Reed community including older alumni, Mary Tobin Winch, faculty member Jacqueline Dirks '82, and Professor Nathalia King.

29. PORTALS, a new approach to library cooperation. By Victoria Hanawalt. PORTALS, a new approach to library cooperation. By Victoria Hanawalt. Academics; Hauser Memorial Library; Description of the new cooperative library program, the Portland Area Library System, to expand and enrich the information resources and services available in the local area.

30. A 50th anniversary for Reed's Humanities Program. By Harriet Watson. A 50th anniversary for Reed’s Humanities Program. By Harriet Watson. Academics; Humanities; Teaching; Arragon, Reginald Francis [1891-1986, 1923-1962 at Reed]; A brief history of the Humanities 110 program on its 50th anniversary and the development of a much broader humanities program.

31. Toward a cure for science anxiety. By Robert E. Reynolds. Toward a cure for science anxiety. By Robert E. Reynolds. Academics; Literature; Physics Department; Sciences; Teaching A Reed physics professor suggests readings that encourage an understanding of the sciences without the technical language, as well as some unrelated literature.

32. An interview with Steve Koblik. By Eugene Thompson. An interview with Steve Koblik. By Eugene Thompson. Academics; Presidents; Koblik, Steven [1941- , 1992-2001 at Reed]; In-depth interview with Reed's new president including his address at Reed's Convocation largely on Reed's history and position in the world; Koblik talks of his background, students, challenges, his competitive...

33. Headstrong Reedies enjoy new president's approach. By Dylan Rivera '95 Headstrong Reedies enjoy new president's approach. By Dylan Rivera '95 Academics; Presidents; Koblik, Steven [1941- , 1992-2001 at Reed]; A student reviews student responses to President Koblik's first weeks in office.

34. Smothered by mis-attention: an analysis of U.S. News and World Report's dis-ranking of Reed. By Harriet Smothered by mis-attention: an analysis of U.S. News and World Report’s dis-ranking of Reed. By Harriet Watson. Academics; Ratings; Bragdon, Paul [1927- , 1971-1988]; Koblik, Steven [1941- , 1992-2001 at Reed]; The rationale behind the college ratings and why Reed bowed out of U.S. News and World Report’s rankings.

35. Reed rank(le)s U.S. News and World Report. By Harriet Watson. Reed rank(le)s U.S. News and World Report. By Harriet Watson. Academics; Ratings; Koblik, Steven [1941- , 1992-2001 at Reed]; Overview of the college rankings set by the U.S. News and World Report and Reed’s non-participation.

36. Reed called "most intellectual college in the country." Reed called “most intellectual college in the country.” Academics; Ratings; Teaching; Students Studying; Review of Colleges That Change Lives, a new book by Loren Pope full of praise for Reed and its academic profile.

37. Sacrificing for a Reed education. By Martha Ullman West. Sacrificing for a Reed education. By Martha Ullman West. Academics; Scholarships; Student Activities; Off-campus Life Article about students working their way through college, their approaches, hardships, and difficulties; interviews conducted with Sorrel Stielstra '93, Moloy Good '95, and Paul Reim '93.

38. Reed's class of 2000. By Susan G. Hauser. Reed’s class of 2000. By Susan G. Hauser. Academics; Student Activities; Students at Play; Students in Class Article on six freshman of the incoming class of 2000: Kelsang Wangdi, Owen Edson, Shana Tury, John Alexander, Amanda Macindoe, and Derek Lyons.

39. Students studying on the lawn, 1995 Students studying on the lawn, 1995 Academics; Students Studying; Campus Life; Diversity; Two students on the lawn, studying, 1995.

40. Student studying in the library, ca. 1975 Student studying in the library, ca. 1975 Academics; Students Studying; Hauser Memorial Library; Fencing; Campus Life; A student reading a book in the library, circa 1975. There is a poster of the Italian Fencing Team hanging on the wall behind her, which reads: Mondiali di Scherma Giovani.