Invention, it must be humbly admitted, does not consist in
creating out of void, but out of chaos.
—Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
10—11:15 a.m. Psy 105 Innovations in Public Service
Social Enterprise and Non-Profit Development: From Plato to Locke to Sen, the liberal arts have always been concerned with the fundamental problems facing humanity. After we leave the confines of Reed, this intellectual tradition becomes the foundation for creating, innovating, and implementing initiatives for social change. This panel focuses on the connection between theory and application: how do Reedies translate their education into challenging careers in public service? Special emphasis will be put on how alumni have designed initiatives and programs to solve significant social problems, and the process by which Reedies can develop and manage their own non-profit organizations. Both technical and inspirational, this panel highlights the pathways by which Reedies are innovating social change, here and abroad.
Jeremy Stone '99, moderator; Sasha Kramer '99, Heather Lord '97, Noelwah Neutsil, Stanley H. Lohn Professor of Economics
11:30 a.m.—12:45 p.m. Psy 105 Women in Tech
Issues and opportunities for women who want to create and build with bits, bytes, and brainstorms.
Michelle Drumm '95, moderator; Mycroft Evans '94, Ruth Linehan '12, Natalie Winslow, Friend of Reed
12:45—2 p.m. Lunch
2—3:15 p.m. Psy 105 Bright Ideas
When you build from your passions up...
Matt Giraud '85, moderator; Sasha Kramer '99, Steve McCarthy '66, Aravind Sankar '91
3:30—4:45 p.m. Psy 105 Innovations in Finance
Adam Riggs '95, moderator; Konrad Alt '81, Ken Rees '84