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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!
Kris is currently a professor of environmental chemistry at ETH. He sat down recently with a reporter from the American Chemical Society to discuss his research. The interview appears in the current issue of ACS Central Science, “A Conversation with … finish reading Kris McNeill ’92 on solving the future’s problems now
The latest issue of C&E News (Sept. 14, 2015), the American Chemical Society’s news magazine, contains an article with the intriguing title, “Opening Up About Stress in Graduate School.” It almost goes without saying that the opportunity to do graduate-level research … finish reading Stressed in Grad School?
The 2011-12 school year hasn’t even started, but the warm weather and this photo of Arthur Glasfeld and his dog Benni gets one thinking about Renn Fayre. This picture was taken during Renn Fayre 2009 shortly after a band of … finish reading Only 227 Days to Renn Fayre
The Class Notes section of the Reed magazine Summer 2009 reports on some Reed chemists: Over the past few years, Leo MacDonald ’97 has undertaken a variety of life-changing events. In 2006, he married Joan Ramage, a professor of geology … finish reading Class Notes from Reed magazine Summer ’09
“A Tortuous Parody,” an article in the Spring 2009 issue of the Reed magazine explains how Barbara Ehrenreich ’63 found her name entangled with Guantanamo prisoner, Binyam Mohamed. It turns out that one of her books (“How to Make Your … finish reading Barbara Ehrenreich ’63 (Reed magazine Spring ’09)
Before the Scott chemistry building opened its doors in 1992, and even before the “old” chemistry building (the current home of the psychology department) was constructed in 1948, Reed chemistry labs occupied a privileged space under the eaves of Eliot … finish reading Eliot Chemistry Lab