Reed College

Dorothy Johansen House

This house, commonly referred to as "The DoJo," is home to academic support services and disability support services. The home is the former residence of Reed graduate and history professor Dorothy Johansen '33. In 1958, she started research and compilation of the college's history, and she served as Reed's first archivist (1969-84). Johansen began her distinguished teaching career at Reed in 1935.

3203 Southeast Woodstock Boulevard, Portland, Oregon 97202-8199

Place Type

Administrative Building



Upcoming Events

Overcoming Math Anxiety Workshop

Does math make you anxious? You’re not alone! Learn how to work with math anxiety, find options for additional support, and make a plan to succeed in...

1/24 12pm
Introduction to LaTeX

Learn how to create a clean-looking document for your problem sets or thesis in this self-paced workshop. No prior experience or LaTeX installation is...

1/29 4:30pm
Introduction to Excel / Google Sheets Workshop

Learn spreadsheet basics, including entering data, sorting and filtering, and using formulas in this self-paced workshop. No prior experience is expected....

1/31 12pm
Quantitative Skills for Lab Sciences Workshop

Refresh and practice key math skills for lab sciences. Student-driven topics may include scientific notation, significant figures, dimensional analysis, the...

2/8 4:30pm
Algebra Refresher Workshop

Refresh and practice key algebra skills. Student-driven topics may include complex fractions, expanding and factoring, solving equations, exponent rules,...

2/12 4:30pm

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Dorothy Johansen House

Dorothy Johansen House posted a photo 11/3/2016