Reed unions are open forums for the college's community—including students, staff, and faculty—to discuss relevant issues in a public space.
In 1947 faculty, staff, and students founded a forum for important issues of relevance to the Reed community. Known as “Reed Unions,” these are discussions open to the Reed Community—some moderated with a panel of experts, some entirely open forums without any panel. The Reed Union Committee includes members from the student body, faculty, and staff who work each year to host Unions that speak to the interests of the community.
Previous Reed Unions
Community Responsibility in a Time of Climate Crisis
February 6, 2020
Sustainability at Reed Now
Reed Union Committee Members
- Alex Montgomery, Professor of Political Science
- Brittney Corrigan-McElroy, Event Manager, Faculty and Academic Special Events, Conference & Events Planning
- Shishei Tsang, SEEDS Program Director, Institutional Diversity
- Lennox Reeder, Student
- Mack Marsaw, Student