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Four retire after long service.
Faculty, Individual; Staff; Teaching; Theatre Department; Psychology Department; Linguistics; Anthropology Department; Sports Center
Notes about retirees Dell Rhodes (1975-2007), John Haviland (1986-2005), Ann Casey (1989-2006), and Max Muller (1989-2006).
Frank Loxley Griffin, ca. 1950
Faculty, Individual; Griffin, Frank Loxley [1881-1969, 1911-1956 at Reed, 1954-1956 as President]; Mathematics Department; Presidents;
Portrait of Frank Loxley Griffin, Reed mathematics professor 1911-1956 and later acting Reed president 1954-1956, ca. 1950. Photograph taken by Colin Herald Campbell '33.
Frank Munk, 1901-99.
Political Science Department; Faculty, Individual
Obituary for Professor Frank Munk covering his escape
Frank Smith Fussner, professor emeritus of history
Faculty, Individual; History Department
Obituary for Frank Fussner, professor emeritus of history, who taught history, particularly Tudor history, at Reed for 20 years.
Friends rally for Andrew Linehan Scholarship. By Matt Kelly
Scholarships; Environmental Studies; Alumni, Individual; Conservation;
Notes about the funding of a scholarship in honor of Andy Linehan '78 who died from cancer; he was an expert on wind turbines and conservation issues.
From grain to brain. By Matt Kelly
Physics Department; Alumni, Individual; Endowment; Faculty, Individual
Notes about Paul Mockett '59, a retired physics professor at the University of Washington, who has endowed a chair in physics at Reed in honor of Professor Jean Delord.
From tailed amphibia to telecom startups. By Kate Hobbie
Sciences; Biology Department; Finances; Alumni, Individual
Article on Gary Rieschel '79, a biology undergraduate who became a venture capitalist focusing on funding startups.
From the inside looking in. By Darius Rejali
War; Faculty, Individual; Political Science Department; Lecture; Politics
Essay adapted from a talk by Rejali about his trip to Iran with his parents, his father's hospital stay there; includes an essay entitled One child-soldier's story written by Mehrdad Azizolahi.
Gail Kelly demanded (and gave) much. By Alex Golub '95.
Faculty, Individual; Anthropology Department; Teaching
Article about Gail Kelly '55, an anthropology professor at Reed who is praised for demanding extraordinary dedication from students for the life of the mind, and the conference honoring her organized by...
Gail Kelly memorial scholarship founded. By Matt Kelly
Faculty, Individual; Anthropology Department; Scholarships; Development and Fundraising; Teaching;
Essay about the founding of the new Gail Kelly Scholarship to honor the anthropology professor who taught at Reed for 40 years.
Gary Snyder '51 Interviewed by John Sheehy ’82
Snyder, Gary [1930- ]; Beat Poets; Poetry; Student Activities; Off-Campus Life; Anthropology Department; Thesis; Faculty, Individual; Reynolds, Lloyd J. [1902-1978, 1929-1969 at Reed]; Whalen, Philip [1923-2002]; Literary Publications; Oral History Project;
Interview in the Oral History Project of Gary Snyder '51 by John Sheehy '82 about his experiences as a student at Reed, his courses and teachers, in particular Lloyd Reynolds and David French, his writing...
Geography is destiny
Alumni, Individual; Sciences
Note about Greg Neumann '69 and his career in geophysics and tectonophysics, and with the Mars Global Surveyor.
Getting down to brass tacks by Tara Wilkinson.
Alumni, individual; Economics Department
Article about Anaka Narayanan '04 who designs clothing using local fabric for her own business, Brass Tacks, in Chennai (formerly Madras), India.
Grains of truth. By Bobbie Hasselbring
Agriculture; Alumni, Individual; Food; Laboratories; Biology Department
Article about Pamela Ronald '82 and her genetic engineering work with grains.
Growing the curriculum. By Geoff Koch
Curriculum; Teaching; Environmental Studies; Students Studying; Students in Class; Students - Individual; Canyon; Faculty, Individual; Campus;
Article about the new environmental studies course and the many changes on campus that support sustainability.
History 36 conference, March 1932
Arragon, Reginald Francis [1891-1986, 1923-1962 at Reed]; Campus Life; Classes; History Department; Students in Class;
History 36 conference class, March, 1932; posed outdoors in front of a tree with history professor Rex Arragon; back row: Hank Aiken; Norman Harrington; Hunter Morrison; Jane Winks; Margaret Ann Miller;...
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.
History professor John Tomsich retires from Reed. By Edward Segel.
Faculty, Individual; History Department; Teaching
Note on the retirement of John Tomsich, at Reed from 1962 and author of an American history classic, A Genteel Endeavor. Tomsich, an admired lecturer in Humanities 210 and 220, expanded his interests into...
Homeostatic plasticity in neuronal networks explained. By Gina Turrigiano '84
Sciences; Alumni, Individual; Biology Department
Essay by Gina Turrigiano '84, a 2000 MacArthur genius fellowship, about her research on neuronal activity of the brain.
How to mark a family legacy.
Financial Aid; Scholarships; Development and Fundraising; Sociology Department; Alumni, Individual
Essay on Matt Bergman '86, his uncle Eli Bergman '50, and other members of his family who graduated from Reed and their establishment of a Bergman Family Scholarship; includes discussion of professor John...
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