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Moving on: David Griffiths. By Chris Lydgate '90 and Bennett Barsk '82
2009 August [Summer]
Faculty, Individual; Physics Department; Teaching; Sciences
Note about the retirement of David Griffiths from the physics department after 31 years.
Native American history. By Devin Bambrick '08
Lecture; American Studies; History Department
Notes about the inaugural lecture in a new series, the Vine Deloria Jr. (1933-2005) Series; his son, Philip J. Deloria, a Native American scholar, author, and professor at the University of Michigan, presented...
Natural Science Department Curriculum History
Natural Science Department; Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences; Curriculum; Academics; Classes; Teaching; Sciences;
Brief overview of the origin and development of the Natural Science Department at Reed.
Natural selection. By Todd Schwartz
Sciences; Biology Department; Teaching; Faculty, Groups and Activities
Article about Reed's biology department, its growth, faculty, and students. It includes an illustrated listing of the faculty
Nessly Craig dressed for his Biology Junior Quals, 1962
Biology Building; Campus Life; Junior Qualifying Exam; Quals; Traditions; Student Activities;
Nessly C. Craig, class of 1963, attending his Biology Junior Qualifying Exam, Spring 1962. He is dressed in a tuxedo with a top hat, carrying white gloves and an umbrella.
New sociology chair named for John Pock
Faculty, Individual; Sociology Department; Teaching; Endowment
Article about the establishment of the new John C. Pock Chair by several of his students, and the honoring of retired professor Pock at an Amanda Reed dinner.
Nine from 09
2009 May [Spring]
Students; Thesis; Student Activities; Students; Political Science Department; Spanish Language Department; Philosophy Department; Biology Department; Classics Department; Russian Language Department; Religion Department; Sociology Department; Economics Department; Mathematics Department
Notes by nine graduating seniors about their theses and time at Reed: Brian Radzinsky; Sherry Tiao; Bryson Davis; Molly King; Clara Hillier; James Meador; Zoë Vrabel; Nii Amarteifio; and Josh O'Rourke....
Nitrogen Day celebration, 2000
Student Activities; Traditions; Campus Events; Sciences;
Celebration of Nitrogen Day, 2000, in front of the Student Union.
Nitrogen Day, 2000
Student Activities; Students at play; Traditions; Sciences; Campus Events;
Students celebrating Nitrogen Day between the Student Union and Gray Campus Center, 2000.
Obama's gay mentor: Lawrence Goldyn '73. By Brandon Hamilton '10
Alumni, Individual; Politics; Political Science Department;
Essay about political science professor and now doctor Lawrence Goldyn '73, who taught political science with Barak Obama in his class as Obama's first openly gay professor; Goldyn was praised by Obama...
Old Student Union interior, 1955
Admission; Campus Life; History Department; Old Student Union; Students - Groups;
Students in the Old Student Union lounge, 1955; they are seated with Eugene Kimbark Macoll, History Intern and later Director of Admission, 1953-1958. Michael J. Herz, '58 is identified at the far right,...
On a wing and a prayer: Bob Sallinger '91. By Amanda Waldroupe '07
Environmental Studies; Alumni, Individual; Birds; Wildlife;
Article about the push to save 300 acres of Hayden Island at the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette rivers from development, a charge led by Bob Sallinger '91 in front of the city council.
Our brilliant students
Scholarships; Awards; Students - Individual; Biology Department; Special Programs;
Notes about Rosie Lawrence-Pine '11, who has received the American Society for Microbiology Undergraduate Research Fellowship to carry out her research on E. coli, and the five winners of the 2010 Kaspar...
Outdoor class session, 1973
Classes; Campus Life; Academics; Eliot Hall; Faculty; Great Lawn; Students in class; Teaching; History Department;
Outdoor class session, 1973. The professor is probably T.C. Price Zimmerman. Note the ivy-covered walls of Eliot Hall and gap where the old student union was and the Vollum College Center was to be.
Owen Ulph, 1914-2003.
Faculty, Individual; History Department
Obituary for emeritus professor of history and humanities Owen Ulph, who also wrote books on ranch life.
Pamela Ronald '82: using rice genomes to help feed the world.
Alumni, Individual; Sciences
Essay about Pamela Ronald '82, professor of plant pathology at UC-Davis and a molecular biologist, and her research into rice using microarray technology to study the genetic expression of each gene.
Perlmutter elected chair. By Kevin Myers
Trustees; Alumni, Individual; Sciences; Diver, Colin S. [1943- , 2002-2012 as Reed President];
Essay about the election of Roger Perlmutter '73 as chairman of the board of trustees with details of his past activities in biochemistry and immunology, most recently at Amgen. Dan Greenberg '62, the...
Persistence and intensity. By Daniel Grossman.
Alumni, Individual; Chemistry Department
Biographical sketch of Mark Ptashne ’61, now chairman of Harvard University’s biochemistry and microbiology department, his research, life and love of music.
Physicist Robert Reynolds named to Brauer Chair.
Faculty, Individual; Physics Department
Note on faculty member Robert Reynolds being named the first David W. Brauer Professor of Physics. Brauer '83 is co-founder of the Japanese-based semiconductor company Paltek.
Physics Department Curriculum History
Physics Department; Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences; Curriculum; Academics; Teaching; Faculty; Classes; Sciences;
Brief overview of the origin and development of the Physics Department at Reed, including a listing of representative classes and a few long-term faculty.
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