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Public Policy Lecture Series Fall 2016: Nathan Persily

"The Campaign Revolution Will Not Be Televised" Nathaniel Persily, James B. McClatchy Professor of Law at Stanford Law School, will discuss how campaign...

Chemistry Seminar:  Theresa McCormick

Chemistry Department Weekly Seminar Presenter: Theresa McCormick, Portland State Universtity "Fuels by Capturing the Sun; Photocatlaytic Hydrogen Peroxide...

Mathematics Department Colloquium Series

Most Thursday afternoons during the academic year, the Reed College Department of Mathematics hosts a math talk. The talks are directed to our mathematics...

Mathematics Seminar Series: Student research projects, Chris Keane and Ricardo Rojas-Echenique

Chris Keane: A Combinatorial Model for Quantum Matrices Abstract: A combinatorial model for the algebra of quantum matrices was discovered by K. Casteels in...

Psychology Colloquium Series: Suzanne Mitchell

Suzanne Mitchell, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Behavioral Neuroscience, OHSU "Small Rewards for Little Effort or Large Rewards Following...

History Department Lecture: Holly Brewer

"Restoring Monarchy and Establishing Slavery across England's Empire in the Americas" Holly Brewer holds the Burke Chair of American History and is an...

Canyon Day Fall 2016

Over 100 years ago, Canyon Day focused on removing organic materials and burning debris to transform this 28-acre waterway at the heart of Reed’s campus into...

Reed College 5K FUNd RUN/WALK

Support your local schools on Saturday, October 1! This community event is open to all ages and skill levels, and 100 percent of registration fees and...

Visiting Writer: Dao Strom

Dao Strom is a writer and musician whose work melds disparate “voices”—written, sung, visual—to contemplate the intersection of personal and collective...

Public Policy Lecture Series Fall 2016: David Folkenflik

"Yuge Ratings, Yuge Problems: The Media and the Race for the White House" Based in New York City, David Folkenflik is the media correspondent for NPR News....

Friday @ 4: Collegium & Piano Trio Concert

Join us for an afternoon concert in the Performing Arts Building Atrium featuring the Collegium, under the direction of John K. Cox, plus a piano trio...

Oregon Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra: "Autumn in Paris"

Dr. Jeffrey Specht, conductor Delius: Two Pieces for Small Orchestra Satie: Gymnopedies 1 & 3 Faure: Masques & Bergamasques Bizet: Symphony No. 1 in C Major

Lecture: Hadley Wickham

"Data Science with R" To do data science you need five sets of verbs: import, tidy, transform, visualise, and model. Importantly, you also need a way to...

Public Policy Lecture Series Fall 2016: Sunshine Hillygus

"Polling and Prediction in the 2016 Presidential Election" D. Sunshine Hillygus is professor of political science and public policy at Duke University and...

Math Colloquium: Hadley Wickham

"Managing Many Models" Visualization alone is not enough to solve most data analysis challenges. The data may be too big or too messy to show in a single...

Workshop: Hadley Wickham

"Expressing Yourself with R" In this mini-workshop you’ll learn how to better express yourself in R. To express yourself clearly in R, you need to know how...

Jeffrey Schroeder '05: "Scientific Buddhism: The Case of Kiyozawa Manshi in Late 19th Century Japan"

When Japan opened to the world in the 1850s, the influx of Western science awakened widespread doubts in Buddhist teachings. One of modern Japan’s most...

Portland Gay Men's Chorus: "Shameless: An Adults-Only Cabaret"

It’s once again time for PGMC to ditch the tuxes and slip into something a little more comfortable. The biennial adults-only cabaret is not like other...