Category Archives: Current Students

Student Awards Announced

Two biochemistry/molecular biology seniors, Gabe Butterfield '12 and Michael Gonzalez '12, have received research funding from the Davis Projects for Peace. Their project will take place in Djibouti, Africa this summer and will involve testing samples for the presence and … finish reading Student Awards Announced

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Alumni News from Reed Magazine, December ’11

What better way for Reed Magazine to celebrate Reed’s centennial than by printing a 100-year look back in the form of The New (OLDE) Reed Almanac. A compendium of the places where chemists reared their heads in the Reed Almanac … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, December ’11

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Visit Us at the San Diego ACS Meeting

Spring break is over, classes are back in full swing, and a few Reedies are going to travel to San Diego for the ACS national meeting. Here are some ideas on how to find Reedies at the ACS meeting. Prof. … finish reading Visit Us at the San Diego ACS Meeting

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Alumni News from Reed Magazine, September ’11

The cover of the Reed Magazine’s fall issue asked, What is a Reedie, Anyway? That’s a tough one. Perhaps these news items from the magazine can help you figure out what a Reedie chemist might be.

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Paul Whittredge ’12 Sets Record for 2 Mile Journey

I just picked this news up from the Reed Magazine blog: Chem major Paul Whittredge ’12 shattered a longstanding Reed track record on Saturday, running two miles in 10:21.7 seconds, and demolishing the previous time, which had stood since 1956, … finish reading Paul Whittredge ’12 Sets Record for 2 Mile Journey

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Monitoring Rocky Mountain Aerosols with Julie Fry

Most chemists look for a high-class lab to conduct experiments in, but not Julie Fry, Reed’s roving environmental chemist. She takes a more DIY approach, setting up her camp (and a lab of sorts) wherever her research program takes her. … finish reading Monitoring Rocky Mountain Aerosols with Julie Fry

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Reedies at the American Chemical Society National Meeting in Denver

Hurricane Irene and canceled plane flights notwithstanding, thousands of chemists were still willing and able to visit Denver, Colorado last week for the Fall 2011 national meeting of the American Chemical Society. Tucked into this group were quite a few … finish reading Reedies at the American Chemical Society National Meeting in Denver

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Alumni News from Reed Magazine June ’10

We are slowing working our way through a pile of recent Reed magazines. The June ’10 issue contains a number of tidbits featuring Reed chemists … The inside cover is an ad for the Annual Fund. Ida Peric ’10 is … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine June ’10

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Constance Bailey ’10 reports from Germany

Connie is spending her summer as a research assistant at the Hans-Knoll Institute in Jena, Germany where she is working in the lab of Prof. Christian Hertweck. The opportunity came about in an unusual way. Connie, motivated by some articles … finish reading Constance Bailey ’10 reports from Germany

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