Greenberg Distinguished Scholar Program

The Greenberg Distinguished Scholar Program was established on the occasion of Reed’s centennial with a gift from Dan Greenberg ’62 and his wife and philanthropic partner Susan Steinhauser.

Since 2012, the program has brought visiting scholars to campus to stimulate and support the work of students and provide faculty with the opportunity for in-depth intellectual exchange with a prominent member of their field.

Sarah-Jane Leslie
November 2, 2015

7 p.m.
Vollum lecture hall
“Cultures of Genius and Academic Gender Gaps”

Sarah-Jane Leslie is the Class of 1943 Professor of Philosophy, the director of the linguistics program, and the founding director of the cognitive science program at Princeton University. Her work has appeared in journals such as Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), Philosophical Review, The Journal of Philosophy, Cognitive Psychology, and Child Development and been covered by the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal. 

Ellington and Strayhorn: A Celebration
November 6–8, 2015

The 23rd International Duke Ellington Study Group Conference in partnership with Reed College presents a series of lectures and performances to commemorate the one-hundredth birthday of Billy Strayhorn. Celebrate jazz greats Strayhorn and Duke Ellington and explore a creative partnership unique in the history of music.