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Microsoft invests in the liberal arts and sciences

Faculty News

The $500,000 grant demonstrates Microsoft's commitment to the liberal arts and sciences as well as to the diverse skill set its graduates bring to the tech sector. (February 01, 2016) Read more...

Join Reed College for ROMP 2016: Brahms Revisited

Campus News

ROMP is an interdisciplinary symposium on music and the liberal arts and sciences, presented by Reed College in partnership with Chamber Music Northwest. (January 15, 2016) Read more...

Ellington and Strayhorn: A Celebration

Campus News

Ellington and Strayhorn: A Celebration, November 6 through 8, 2015. The event will commemorate the 100th birthday of jazz great Billy Strayhorn, who was Duke Ellington's main collaborator from 1939 until his death in 1967. (October 12, 2015) Read more...

Chris Koski wins Goldschmidt, studies public involvement in policymaking

Faculty News

Reed College associate professor of political science Chris Koski is a 2015 recipient of a Maure L. Goldschmidt Memorial Research Fellowship. The fellowship will support Prof. Koski's current research project, which investigates the role of public comments in regulatory policymaking. (October 08, 2015) Read more...

Mariela Szwarcberg wins Goldschmidt Fellowship to study inequality in Latin America

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Reed College assistant professor of political science Mariela Szwarcberg is a 2015 recipient of the Maure L. Goldschmidt Memorial Research Fellowship. (October 08, 2015) Read more...