Following are some of the programs supported by the Office for Institutional Diversity:
ALOUD! at Reed: ALOUD! at Reed is a lecture and performance series that brings the nation's best scholars, thinkers, and artists to our community for faculty-led cross-disciplinary programming.
Black History Month: Join the Reed community as we celebrate and honor the importance of Black history, the Civil Rights movement, and the contributions of African Americans on American history and culture.
New Scholars Series: The goal of this program is to complement an academic department’s curricular offerings, introduce Reed students to distinctive ideas and scholarship in their fields of study, and bring to Reed some of the country’s most exciting, thought-provoking emerging scholars. It is a secondary hope that this program will help Reed’s extraordinary academic program become better known among the nation’s diverse cross-section of new scholars.
Vine Deloria Lecture Series: Founded in 2007, this lecture series honors one of the preeminent intellectuals of the 20th century, Vine Deloria Jr., whose work brought attention to the importance of place and traditions within Native American communities.