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XR14 .O4 and XR9.2 .G85 1922
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Life of the Mind
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Lewis Hermann Kleinholz, 1910-2001
Faculty, Individual; Biology Department
Obituary for Emeritus Professor Lewis Kleinholz reviewing his life, teaching at Reed from 1946 to 1980, and professional activities.
Life in Venice. By Joe Rojas-Burke.
Alumni, Individual; Technology; Sciences; Faculty, Individual; Philosophy Department; Computing
Article about Professor Mark Bedau '76 and Norman Packard '77 who founded a high-tech firm, ProtoLife, outside of Venice, Italy, to create artificial life and a life-support system for artificial cells....
Life of learning. By Marnie McPhee
Sciences; Biology Department; Faculty, Individual
Article on Helen Stafford, professor emerita in biology, her teaching, her many publications, and her research in plant physiology and enzymes.
Listening to Indians by Robert E. Moore '82
2008 February [Winter]
Faculty, Individual; Anthropology Department; Teaching; Thesis
Article by the literary executor of the papers of David and Kay French, Reed anthropologists, who set up a research program at the Warm Springs Indian Reservation from 1950 to 1956 in which many students...
Listening to the whales. By L. D. Kirshenbaum '84
Alumni, Individual; Environmental Studies; Biology Department
Essay about Monika Wieland '07, a recent graduate who is fascinated with orca whales, did her thesis on them, and has extensively photographed wildlife.
Live|Work Space by Stephanie Snyder '91
2008 February [Winter]
Faculty, Individual; Teaching; Classes; Anthropology Department
Essay about David and Kay French's basement research/classroom where they and many students met to discuss findings and to carry out research in their library and their field notes.
Living small. By William Abernathy '88
Physics Department; Alumni, Individual; Books;
Article about David Dusenbery '64, his career in biophysics and his research and book on microbes, in which he looks at the physical laws that govern these tiny life-forms. His book is titled Living at...
Lloyd Williams and students at blackboard, 1962
Faculty, Individual; Classes; Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences; Eliot Hall; Faculty; Mathematics Department; Students; Teaching;
Mathematics Professor, Lloyd B. Williams, in an Eliot Hall classroom with two students, one an alumnus class of 1935, in 1962.
Madness and sanitation in Haiti. By Matt Davis
2009 August [Summer]
Alumni, Individual; Biology Department; Environmental Studies; Faculty, Individual;
Article about Sasha Kramer '99, cofounder of SOIL (Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods) who is working in Haiti to recycle 50% of its human waste that will increase fertilizer production by 17 times...
Making taxol from scratch. By S. Eugene Thompson.
Alumni, Individual; Chemistry Department
Story about Kip Guy ’90 and the work at his lab at the Scripps Research Institute to create a synthetic version of the taxol drug first extracted from the bark of the Pacific yew.
Mapping the next epidemic
Faculty, Individual; Students - Individual; Computing; Biology Department
Story about the epidemiological mapping program developed by adjunct professor of science Richard Crandall '69, biology professor Steven Arch, and students Elizabeth Cahill '03 and Laura Rude '01 under...
Marsh Cronyn tries to put hydrogen in its place.
Faculty, Individual; Chemistry Department
Article about professor emeritus of chemistry, Marsh Cronyn '40, and his work and writing after retirement.
Marsh Cronyn, '40, is going Back to the Lab
Chemistry Department; Faculty, Individual; Alumni, Individual; Sciences;
Article about the retirement of Marshall Cronyn '40, chemistry professor since 1952 and Vice President/Provost for the last seven years; he will pursue research on an anti-cancer compound in retirement....
Marshall William Cronyn '40.
2008 May [Spring]
Chemistry Department; Faculty, Individual; Alumni, Individual; Teaching
Obituary for Marshall Cronyn '40 and chemistry professor at Reed for 37 years.
Marvin Levich, Claude Vaucher retire. By Barbara Peschiera ’82.
Administration; Anthropology Department; Faculty, Individual; Philosophy Department; Bragdon, Paul E. [1927- , 1971-1988 as Reed President]
A review of the teaching career of these two long-term professors upon their retirement. Levich was a professor philosophy for 40 years and the first vice president-provost for the college; Vaucher taught...
Math Professor Jessie May Short, 1920
Short, Jessie May [1920-1939 at Reed]; Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences; Faculty; Faculty, Individual; Mathematics Department;
Reed Mathematics Professor Jessie May Short in 1920; she taught until 1939, retiring as an assistant professor.
Mathematics class, ca. 1940
Campus Life; Classes; Eliot Hall; Faculty; Griffin, Frank Loxley [1881-1969, 1911-1956 at Reed, 1954-1956 as Reed President]; Mathematics Department; Students in class; Teaching;
Students in a mathematics class, with Professor Frank Loxley Griffin, at the blackboard helping with math problems, ca. 1940.
Mathematics Department Curriculum History
Mathematics Department; Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences; Curriculum; Academics; Teaching; Classes; Faculty; Sciences;
Brief overview of the origin and development of the Mathematics Department at Reed, including a listing of representative classes and a few long-term faculty.
Mike Dennis, ready for his qual, 1962
Biology Building; Campus Life; Quals; Student Activities; Students - Individual; Traditions; Junior Qualifying Exam;
Reed student Michael J. Dennis , class of 1963, barefoot but dressed in a top hat and tails for his Biology Junior Quals, Spring 1962.
Milestones: six retirements. By Nadine Fiedler '89
Staff; Faculty, Individual; Hauser Memorial Library; Biology Department; Books;
Article about the retirements of one professor, Helen Stafford in biology who started in 1954, and five staff and members: Louella Rebecca (Becky) Pollock as the College Librarian; Lillian Jacobs as Director...
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