In the Media

March 10, 2020

What I Learned From My Term as Acting President

Vice President for College Relations Hugh Porter shares advice for advancement professionals from his time as Reed's interim president.

Inside Higher Ed

March 6, 2020

Argentina is about to debate legalizing abortion — despite being a very Catholic country

Professor of Political Science Mariela Szwarcberg Daby writes for the Washington Post about Argentina, where Catholicism is growing, as is support for legalized abortion.

Washington Post

February 10, 2020

The Battle for Fortune: State-led Development, Personhood, and Power among Tibetans in China

Sociology Professor Charlene Makley appeared on the New Books Podcast talking about The Battle for Fortune, which was recognized with an Honorable Mention for the E. Gene Smith Book Prize in Inner Asian Studies.

New Books Podcast

February 27, 2020

How a warming climate is affecting Portland trees and what it tells us about the future

Biology Professor Aaron Ramirez was a guest on KGW’s Straight-Talk discussing how climate change is affecting Portland.

KGW TV Straight Talk

February 4, 2020

Trillium dorm puts "petals to the metal"

Trillium residence hall houses 180 students, and the design process was as important as the bricks and mortar. Enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at how Reed facilities staff and ZGF collaborated to ensure that campus standards for using green products, materials, and staging were implemented.

Portland Tribune