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Chemistry Prof Wins Grant to Advance Research on Molecular Crystals

Gonzalo Campillo-Alvarado has been awarded a three-year grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust.

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More than a million were buried on Hart Island, but families couldn’t visit. Melinda Hunt ’81 changed that.

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Reed in the Media

November 29, 2023

Research Led by Reed Provides Insight into Election Jobs

Research led by professor Paul Gronke and visting scholar Paul Manson provide insight into the challenges election workers face.

The New York Times

November 17, 2023

Reed Researchers Present Study Results to Legislature

Researchers at Reed College’s Elections and Voting Information Center (EVIC) spent months interviewing nearly all Oregon county clerks and compiled sobering findings in a study presented to the Legislature.

KGW News

November 10, 2023

A Debate Over the Value of the Humanities

Reed College President Audrey Bilger wrote a letter to the editor in The New York Times discussing the value of a liberal arts and science education. 

The New York Times

November 1, 2023

The Cultural Landscape: Part 11

Oregon Arts Watch features Oluyinka Akinjiola, assistant professor of dance, in a portrait series.

Oregon Arts Watch

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