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Physics thesis project, 1964
Thesis; Technology; Student Activities; Sciences; Physics Department; Eliot Hall; Great Lawn; Campus; Academics;
Reed student Joseph (Joe) Parnell '63, demonstrating his Physics thesis project on the Great Lawn, 1964.
Political Science 406: Judgment, Dance 110: Basic Technique. By Caroline Locher '67.
Academics; Curriculum; Dance Department; Steinberger, Peter J. [1948- ]; Political Science Department;
Locher, the director of Alumni Relations from 1986 through 1998, writes about new material and new forms of experience offered at Reed illustrated by the two courses in the title.
Political Science Department Curriculum History
Political Science Department; Division of History and Social Sciences; Curriculum; Academics; Teaching; Faculty; Classes;
Brief overview of the origin and development of the Political Science Department at Reed, including a listing of representative classes and a few long-term faculty.
Portrait of Professor Rex Arragon, 1943
Arragon, Reginald Francis [1891-1986, 1923-1962 at Reed]; Faculty, Individual; History Department; Photography;
Portrait of Reed professor Reginald (Rex) Arragon, 1943. He is photographed in front of a world map, meant to illustrate his subject area, history. The photograph was one of a series taken by Colin Herald...
Priscilla Laws '61, an exemplary physics educator. By Avigail Hurvitz-Prinz '05.
Alumni, Individual; Physics Department; Teaching
Note about Priscilla Laws '51, her career in teaching physics at Dickinson College, and her prolific writing about her method of active learning in the teaching of physics.
Prof. Richard Jones is Citizen Ambassador. By Gene Thompson.
Faculty, Individual; History Department; Off-campus Life
Piece on Jones' trip to Latvia to participate in a State-Department-sponsored program of conferences in the three Baltic Republics; Jones' expertise in constitutional and legal history was helpful in discussions...
Professor Gail Kelly, 1960
Alumni, Individual; Anthropology Department; Faculty; Faculty, Individual; Sociology Department;
Portrait of Reed alumna (1955) and anthropology faculty member (1960-2000), Gail Margaret Kelly in 1960.
Quantum mechanic: trapping atoms with Kalista Smith '01. By Dan Sadowsky.
Alumni, Individual; Sciences; Physics Department
Article on student Kalista Smith's thesis work on a magneto-optical trap in which she slowed rubidium atoms to be photographed; includes quotes from her co-advisors, John Essick and Morgan Mitchell.
Ralph William Macy, 1905-99.
Faculty, Individual; Biology Department
Obituary for faculty member Ralph W. Macy who taught biology at Reed from 1942 until 1955.
Reaching the summit. By Romel Hernandez.
Alumni, Individual; Outings; Chemistry Department
Article about Arlene Blum '66 and her mountain-climbing career, leader of expeditions, the most well-known being the all-woman climb of Annapurna I in the Himalayas.
Reed buoyant despite slump. By Matt Kelly
Finances; Financial Aid; Development and Fundraising; Scholarships; Physics Department; Alumni, Individual
Essay about giving and Reed's Centennial Campaign; quoted are D.D. Wigley '77, Xander Twombly '87, Aravind Sankar '91, and Adarsh Pyarelal '11.
Reed College Nuclear Reactor, 2003
Nuclear Reactor; Campus; Sciences; Technology; Psychology Building;
Exterior, north entrance view of the Reed College Nuclear Reactor, 2003; this brick building is connected to the Psychology Building, originally the Chemistry Building designed by Pietro Belluschi.
Reed College wall calendar 1987
Calendars; Foster, William Trufant [1879-1950, 1910-1919 at Reed]; Campus; Eliot, Thomas Lamb [1841-1936]; Founding; Reed, Simeon Gannett [1830-1895]; Reed, Amanda Wood [1832-1904]; Old Dorm Block; Student Activities; Laboratories;
The 1987 Reed wall calendar was produced to celebrate Reed's seventy-fifth anniversary. An essay on The Founding of Reed College is included to complement the twelve images from the early days at Reed...
Reed named a leader among green colleges.
Canyon; Campus; Environmental Studies
Note about Reed's being identified as a leader in environmental practices by the National Wildlife Federation, particularly in energy efficiency, recycling, solid waste, land and ground management, and...
Reed student in a laboratory, 1960
Laboratories; Sciences; Students Studying; Physics Department;
Reed student, Charles F. Heil, class of 1960, at work in a physics laboratory, 1960.
Reed student, Jack Caraco, class of 1963
Biology Building; Campus Life; Junior Qualifying Exam; Quals; Students at play; Students - Individual; Traditions;
Reed student Jack Caraco, class of 1963, dressed in top hat and tails for his Junior Quals, spring 1962.
Reed students in a science lab, 1961
Sciences; Campus Life; Students Studying; Students in class;
Six male Reed students in a science laboratory, probably Chemistry, in 1961.
Reed tenures four.
Faculty, Individual; Creative Writing; Poetry; Mathematics Department; Philosophy Department; Linguistics Department
Notes about the tenure of four faculty, Paul Hovda, Matt Pearson '92, Irena Swanson '87, and Crystal Williams.
Reed to build new technology center
Faculty, Individual; Mathematics Department; Teaching; Awards
Note on the plans to build a new educational technology center, or ETC, next to the library, due for completion by august 2002.
Reed trustee emeritus Walter Mintz '50 dies.
Trustees; Development and Fundraising; Alumni, Individual; Economics Department
Obituary for Walter Mintz '50, a former chairman of the board, a trustee for 33 years, and a major supporter of the college.
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