Category Archives: Alumni
“Arthur Frederick Scott, known as Scotty, was a distinguished member of the Reed College faculty.” So begins the Oregon Encylopedia‘s new biographical entry on Prof. Scott [chemistry, 1937-1965] (1898-1982) written by Prof. Emeritus Jeffrey Kovac ’70 (Chemistry, U. Tennessee). However, … finish reading Arthur F. Scott biography in the Oregon Encyclopedia
After Anna ’05 finished her work at Reed, she, like so many Reedies before her, decided to stay in Portland. She took her books across the Willamette and earned her Ph.D. at Portland State University under the direction of inorganic/nanomaterials … finish reading Anna Brown ’05 Creating Lead-Free X-Ray Protection
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED More info regarding postponement and dinner reservations can be found HERE.
The March 2019 issue of the Reed Magazine, From Here to There, is a reminder of the many ways that Reedies can fascinate. Dip inside and you will discover the seldom told story of Inez Freeman ’48 in “Black Student, … finish reading Chemistry News from the Reed Magazine, March 2019
Brent will be leaving Portland in the next few days and he will be traveling light. After 7 years in Portland, including the usual 4 years as a Reed chemistry student, and post-Reed work as an after-school science educator and … finish reading Brent Michel ’17 Driving Towards Counseling Degree
Lisa has been working in the Portland area since graduation, primarily as a research chemist in the lab of Prof. Michael Riscoe at OHSU, a project that included close mentorship of a Reed thesis (see “Rose Gonoud ’17 Tackles Drug-Resistant … finish reading Lisa Frueh ’15 – Eastward Ho!
The cover photo for “Rising”, the December 2018 issue of the Reed magazine, shows a partially flooded road in Louisiana. The pavement rises less than an inch above the two large bodies of water on each side, daring the driver … finish reading Chemistry News from the Reed Magazine, December 2018
When I encounter something tall and massive blocking my path I look for a path around it, but not Arlene Blum ’66. She is more likely to climb right to the top and take in the view before deciding where … finish reading Arlene Blum ’66 Inducted into California Hall of Fame
For the past 20+ years, students doing crystallography projects in Prof. Arthur Glasfeld‘s [1989-] lab have relied on instrumentation made available to them by generous friends at OHSU. That will remain true, except the OHSU instrumentation will now live at Reed. As … finish reading X-ray Diffractometer is Operational
Sometimes life at Reed seems like it comes right out of Lewis Carroll. In Through the Looking Glass the White Queen informs Alice that in her (the Queen’s) youth she could believe “six impossible things before breakfast”. Life at Reed … finish reading Chemistry News from Reed Magazine, September 2018