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Josh Riedel ’07 was Instagram’s first employee. His debut novel plunges readers into startup life.

Fields of Resistance

Anthropology professor LaShandra Sullivan investigates land rights movements and inspires a new generation of thinkers.

Prof. Elizabeth Drumm Wins NEH Fellowship

With her project, the Spanish and humanities professor hopes to bring more attention to modernist author Ramón del Valle-Inclán.

Reed Awarded Mellon Foundation Grant to Support Environmental Humanities

The $500,000 initiative will fund new scholarship as well as the creation of courses centered on environmental justice and the literary imagination.

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Reed in the Media

May 4, 2023

Animals Are Dying in Droves. What Are They Telling Us?

The New Republic reports on the rise in mass mortality events, with Prof. Sam Fey [biology] weighing in on the “biblical” proportions of such die-offs.

The New Republic

April 7, 2023

New study sounds alarm, provides hope for Western red cedars

Oregon Capital Chronicle reports on climate threats to Western red cedars, drawing from new research in a paper coauthored by Prof. Aaron Ramirez [biology].

Oregon Capital Chronicle

February 15, 2023

U.S. Senate Confirms Justice Adrienne Nelson to a Seat on Federal Bench

The Reed Trustee is the first Black woman jurist to serve on Oregon's U.S. District Court.


February 15, 2023

Fostering a Culture of Innovation at the Reed Research Reactor

Lab Manager writes on the innovative program at Reed's nuclear reactor that empowers students to create their own unique nuclear experiments.

Lab Manager

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