- jfry : To all alumni coming into town for the memorial: Rhiana Meade ('13) is planning an alumni get-together for Saturday evening, 11/15 at 6 pm at... – Read more.
- Jordan Katz : Maggie was a wonderful teacher and mentor and I am so sad to hear that she passed. With all her energy and her positive attitude,... – Read more.
- Melissa Melby : I am sad that I never got to work with Maggie, as I graduated in 1992. But it sounds like she has changed the Chemistry... – Read more.
- Molly King : Thank you for this beautiful article. I had the pleasure of having Maggie for Intro Chem back in 2005. She was a marvelous teacher and... – Read more.
- Rebecca Braslau : I'm truly saddened to read of the passing of this remarkable person, who happened to also be an amazing chemist, teacher, mother, wife, and much... – Read more.
- Jennifer Ryan : What a beautiful tribute. Thank you for taking the time to capture her spirit in words. I went to high school with Maggie and I... – Read more.
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Two days ago a group of Reed faculty got together to discuss how we could do more to help our students succeed after graduation. A widely shared concern was the “Graduate School or Bust!” mentality that seems to dominate student … finish reading Jeremy Waen ’06 On a Sustainable Path
The cover article for the March 2016 issue of Reed magazine carries the title, Patterns of Power, which alludes to the relationship between fashion and society. I would also encourage readers to check out What is a Successful College Education? … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, March 2016
Sculpting the City, the December 2015 issue of Reed magazine, is an eclectic affair covering topics as diverse as intellectuals working for the CIA, the Ottoman siege of Vienna in 1683, muckraking journalism, the design of urban spaces (cover story, … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, December 2015
The search for alumni news continued in The Art of the Conference in the September issue of the Reed magazine. Conferences have held a time-honored place in chemistry courses for at least 50 years, but the conduct of “conference” has always been malleable, embracing whatever … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, September 2015
It’s been a long time since I’ve dipped into the Reed magazine for news about Reed chemists so it seems appropriate that the title of the summer 2015 issue was Rediscovering A Master, and the cover featured a photo of … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, June 2015
The Clinton Street Theatre near the Reed campus is currently offering Science on Tap, an evening lecture series that features an inviting beer-and-soft-chair approach to learning science. This past week’s celebrity scientist “on tap” was Reed’s newest biochemistry professor, Kelly Chacon (2015-), who spoke to a large … finish reading Prof. Kelly Chacon “on Tap” with Biochemistry
Dr. Chatterjee will be joining the Reed chemistry department later this month as a visiting assistant professor of chemistry. He did his undergraduate work in materials chemistry at the University of Kolkata in India before moving to the City University of … finish reading Welcome Dr. Subhasish Chatterjee
Prof. Jeffrey Kovac ’70 (Chemistry, U. Tennessee) is an internationally recognized scholar of ethics in chemistry. Earlier this fall the Swiss Academy of Sciences invited him to give the inaugural SCNAT Ethics Lecture on “What is an Ethical Chemist?” at 6 Swiss universities. … finish reading What is an Ethical Chemist?
It is always a treat to have our graduates return and tell us about the work they do. Alumni reports (and reports from current students about summer research projects) seem to have grown even more frequent over the last few … finish reading Meet Chemistry Alumni – Attend the Department Seminar
Wikipedia: The protein product of the KRas gene performs an essential function in normal tissue signaling: it acts as a molecular on/off switch. In the ‘on’ position, KRas recruits and activates proteins necessary for the propagation of growth factor and … finish reading Kevan Shokat ’86 Finding a Pathway for KRas Inhibition