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Job Opening: Tenure Track Position in Chemistry at Reed College

Reed College invites applications for a tenure-track position in chemistry to begin in August 2019. We welcome candidates in any area of chemistry whose research interests focus on quantitative measurement. The successful applicant will be expected to teach in the … finish reading Job Opening: Tenure Track Position in Chemistry at Reed College

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Mary Katherine Raymond Johansson ’91 Delivers 2018 Dunne Lecture

Mary Katherine’s presentation on April 5th was titled, “From Reed Class of ’91 to Developing Pro-Fluorescent Assays at a Biotech Startup”. Mary captivated her Reed audience with her personal and chemical history that spanned three decades, multiple generations of the … finish reading Mary Katherine Raymond Johansson ’91 Delivers 2018 Dunne Lecture

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Chemistry Grads at 2018 Reunion

Chemistry grads have been diffusing through the building this past week in advance of 2018 Reunion. Thank you for taking the time to say “Hello” and to share your stories of graduate school, work, and family life. A list of … finish reading Chemistry Grads at 2018 Reunion

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Job Opening: Organometallic Postdoctoral Researcher

We invite applications for a postdoctoral position in organometallic chemistry at Reed College under the supervision of Dr. Miriam Bowring. This research position focuses on organometallic mechanisms, synthesis, and catalysis. More information about the position and Chemistry department can be … finish reading Job Opening: Organometallic Postdoctoral Researcher

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EPA Awards Grant for Diesel Monitoring

As anyone who has waited in traffic behind a diesel-powered vehicle knows, there’s something especially noxious about diesel exhaust. We can hope that the manufacturers of diesel-powered vehicles are trying to clean up their act, but, in the mean time … finish reading EPA Awards Grant for Diesel Monitoring

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Alumni News from the Reed Magazine, December 2017

The December 2017 magazine that appeared on my doorstep over winter break was titled “Into Oblivion” and contained sad news to match: an obituary for Reed College’s longtime tai chi teacher, David Barrett ’79. I received my first tai chi … finish reading Alumni News from the Reed Magazine, December 2017

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Alumni News from the Reed Magazine, September 2017

Take a step back in time… once upon a time you were a Reed College student. What were your days like? Perhaps your most vivid memory is of signing up for classes, or searching for missing lecture or lab notes, … finish reading Alumni News from the Reed Magazine, September 2017

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Chemists at the Murdock College Science Research Conference

Last November, about the time when serious rain returned to Portland, 10 Reed scientists, 3 faculty + 7 students, made their way across the Cascades to sunny Spokane, Washington for the Murdock College Science Research Conference. The Reed crew included … finish reading Chemists at the Murdock College Science Research Conference

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Prof. Kelly Chacón Talks with ASBMB’s Minority Affairs

óChildhood interests sometimes go unrecognized and life takes another path, sometimes several paths, before those early interests finally rise up and take flight. Such is the story arc of Reed’s newest biochemistry professor, Prof. Kelly Chacón [2015-]. Kelly is currently taking … finish reading Prof. Kelly Chacón Talks with ASBMB’s Minority Affairs

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Kris McNeill ’92 Elected AAAS Fellow

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society, recently announced the election of 46 chemists to be Fellows of the Society. “Election as a Fellow honors members whose efforts on behalf of the advancement of science or … finish reading Kris McNeill ’92 Elected AAAS Fellow

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