Lunch and Learn
Lunch and Learn sessions offer a chance for you to not only learn about the accomplishments of other departments but to also share the amazing work of your own department. And they take place at lunch so it’s food for your mind and your body! And hey - no RSVP needed! We’ll provide beverages and cookies!
Also: for the 2018-2019 academic year we will be doing our first-ever Lunch and Learn raffle! At the end of each Lunch and Learn you attend you will receive a raffle card to sign and toss into the Lunch and Learn Fishbowl O’ Prizes™. At our Lunch and Learn season finale we will draw three names to receive one of three (3) mystery prizes! Improve your chances to win by attending all five Lunch and Learns leading into our season finale!
You can add the Lunch and Learn series schedule to your Google Calendar by clicking this link.
Sessions are held from Noon–1 p.m. in GCC-CD unless otherwise stated
October 17, 2018: Disability Support Services will talk about how they serve differently-abled Reedies who are seeking academic, housing, and/or other accommodations to ensure they are able to enjoy the full Reed experience.
November 14, 2018 (Vollum Lounge): Reed Library's Special Collections and Archives librarians will discuss their mission to collect, preserve, and provide access to rare books, manuscripts, college archives, and other primary source materials with enduring historical value.
January 16, 2019: Learn how the Honor Process and Restorative Justice division of Student Services promotes campus education about the Honor Principle and honor process, supporting and encouraging students to take responsibility when their actions negatively impact others, and much more.
February 20, 2019 (PAB 104): Come celebrate 26 years of service from our Multicultural Resource Center and learn about their advocacy for students of color as well as the multitude of events and gatherings they coordinate to enrich the student experience at Reed.
March 20, 2019: Come have lunch with the Office for Inclusive Community to learn about their efforts in creating and sustaining an inclusive campus environment that meets the needs of all its members.
May 29, 2019: Zac Perry will offer a history of, and window into the restoration and conservation efforts for, Reed Canyon, the 28-acre watershed in the heart of campus.