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Reed Leads the Pack In STEM PhDs Sciences

Reed Leads the Pack In STEM PhDs

New report ranks Reed No. 1 in the nation for STEM grads who go on to earn PhDs.


What Is a Reedie, Anyway? What Is A Reedie 2019

What Is a Reedie, Anyway?

12 grads from the Class of ’19 talk about the ideas that ignite them.


Students Find Glaring Discrepancy in US News Rankings Letters from the Editor

Students Find Glaring Discrepancy in US News Rankings

Study reveals the steep penalty that the rankings giant imposes on Reed.

Arts & Humanities

December 10, 2019

Reynolds Presses Come Back Home To Reed

Parting gift from Oregon College of Art and Craft honors Reed’s cherished history of letters.


December 04, 2019

A History of Humanity

In the latest book by Tamim Ansary ’70, he focuses on the narratives that unite civilizations.


December 02, 2019

What the Sentence Can Do

With razor wit and trademark brio, Prof. Jan Mieszkowski takes on literature, philosophy, and the twitterverse.


November 25, 2019

Keeping the Faith

In his new book, Duncan Ryūken Williams ʾ91 uncovers the story of how Japanese-American Buddhist families survived mass incarceration and fought for religious freedom.

December 04, 2019

Classical Fun

High school students delve into topics ranging from Roman tattooing to volcanology at Reed's annual Latin Forum.

Sciences

December 03, 2019

The Paradox of Wildfire

The American West is burning. Can we find a way to prevent forest fires without actually making them worse?


November 19, 2019

Reed Astrophysicist Named Outstanding Educator

Prof. Alison Crocker is the recipient of the Swanson Promise Award


October 15, 2019

Phytoplankton in a Warming World

Reed biologists plumb the secrets of the tiny organisms that produce half the planet’s oxygen.


September 27, 2019

Reed Leads the Pack In STEM PhDs

New report ranks Reed No. 1 in the nation for STEM grads who go on to earn PhDs.

July 24, 2019

Students Find Glaring Discrepancy in US News Rankings

Study reveals the steep penalty that the rankings giant imposes on Reed.

Reed Community

December 10, 2019

Reynolds Presses Come Back Home To Reed

Parting gift from Oregon College of Art and Craft honors Reed’s cherished history of letters.


December 02, 2019

What the Sentence Can Do

With razor wit and trademark brio, Prof. Jan Mieszkowski takes on literature, philosophy, and the twitterverse.


November 26, 2019

Bitter Harvest

Explosive analysis of the 1967 race riots by Robert Shellow ’51 was suppressed by the White House and forgotten for 50 years. How does it look today?


November 22, 2019

Mothers, Fathers, And Writers

Acclaimed author Lise Funderburg ’82 spent years trying to make sense of her dad. In her new anthology she asks other writers to do the same.

October 18, 2019

Destitute Pray

The true story of the enigmatic Reed artifact painted on a bathmat.