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Physics Summer Research Talks IV

Physics students Esther Chen, Muxi Liu, Kees Benkendorfer, and Pratik Kafle will talk about research they participated in this past summer.

10/21 4:30pm
Virtual Event
Chemistry Seminar: Sara Thoi, Ph.D. "Designing Functional Sites in Porous Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion"

Sara Thoi, Department of Chemistry, Johns Hopkins University Sara Thoi was raised in Los Angeles, CA and found her love for chemistry as a high school...

10/22 4:15pm
Virtual Event
Collective Voices Solidarity Series: Beyond the Gate: A Historic Tale of Portland's Chinatown

Learn more about the first wave of Chinese immigrants to the West Coast; the Chinese workers, merchants, wives, and families who built Portland’s Chinatown;...

10/22 6:00pm
Virtual Event
Biology Talk: Lathiena Manning Nervo, Pacific Lutheran University

Lathiena Manning Nervo, Pacific Lutheran University "Building an embryo: How the cytoskeleton and adhesion molecules shape tissue architecture" Dr. Nevo's...

10/23 4:10pm
Virtual Event
American Studies Colloquium: The Book in Movement

Experimentation & Craft in Autonomous Publishing Networks in Latin America Presented by Magalí Rabasa, Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies at Lewis &...

10/26 4:30pm
Virtual Event
Kim TallBear

The Department of Anthropology invites you to join them on Monday, October 26th, 2020 for their third Roundtable Symposium presentation of the year. Kim...

10/26 5:00pm
Virtual Event
Meditation

Meditation sessions will take place virtually through the end of January. Silent meditation sessions are open to all members of the Reed community and...

10/27 12:00pm
Virtual Event
Start Making Sense: A Reed Perspective on the 2020 Election

Historians, professors, and political pundits are calling the 2020 election the most consequential in generations. A polarized electorate seeks accurate...

10/27 4:00pm
Virtual Event
Consider This with Jamelle Bouie

One week before Election Day, New York Times columnist Jamelle Bouie will talk with Oregon Humanities about democracy, moments of transition, and the...

10/27 5:00pm
Virtual Event
Religion Symposium:  Dr. Michael Casper '06, Univeristy of Pennsylvania

Dr. Casper will lecture on, "Political Roots of Marija Gimbutas's Theories of Ancient Religions." Marija Gimbutas (1921-1994) was a pioneering archaeologist...

10/28 4:30pm
Virtual Event
Chemistry Seminar: Jenny Yang, Ph.D. "Electrifying the Secondary Coordination Sphere: Proximal Cations and Their Effect on Redox Reactivity"

Jenny Y. Yang is a valley girl (born and raised in San Fernando Valley). She received her BS at UC Berkeley (research with Professor Jeffrey R. Long) and...

10/29 4:15pm
Virtual Event
Biology Talk: Dave Wynne, University of Portland

Dave Wynne, University of Portland "Investigating the function of the histone kinase Haspin during mitosis and meiosis in C. elegans" Dr. Wynne's research...

10/30 4:10pm
Virtual Event
Theater at Reed: "Rhinoceros"  by Eugène Ionesco

Rhinoceros by Eugène Ionesco Translated by Martin Crimp Produced by Kate Bredeson (director) and Caitlin Cisek (scenographer) Reed College Theatre...

10/30 7:00pm
Virtual Event
Kim Williams - Race, Gender, and Partisanship in the 2016 and 2020 Elections

"Race, Gender, and Partisanship in the 2016 and 2020 Elections: How Did We Get Here? Where Are We Going?" Kim M. Williams (Ph.D. 2001, Cornell University)...

11/2 5:00pm
Virtual Event
Biology Talk: Kara Cerveny

Kara Cerveny, Reed College "Vertebrate visual system development: form and function" Dr. Cervey's lab examines the growing eyes and brains of zebrafish,...

11/6 4:10pm
Virtual Event
Religion Symposium: Dr. David Mozina, Boston College

Dr. Mozina will lecture on, "Living Daoism and the Study of Ritual." Living religion in the small towns and rural hamlets of China is still terra incognita...

11/11 4:30pm
Virtual Event
Chemistry Seminar: Elon Ison, Ph.D. "Transition-metal oxos and nitridos as frustrated Lewis pairs"

Elon is a citizen of Trinidad and Tobago and the United States. He received his B.S. degree (Kean University) in 1999 and conducted undergraduate research in...

11/12 4:15pm
Virtual Event
Reed Arts Week 2020: catharsis.net

Reed College’s student-curated annual arts festival featuring the visual art and performance of Reed students and internationally celebrated artists. This...

11/13
Virtual Event
CRES Colloquium: Alice Walker's Mestiza

Presented by Dr. Omari Weekes, assistant professor of English at Willamette University. In this talk, Dr. Weekes will argue that Alice Walker’s 1998 novel,...

11/16 5:00pm
Virtual Event
RESTival: High Vibrational Resonance with Zachary James Watkins

“If we can not imagine or envision a way to rest for 15 to 30 minutes a day, how will we be able to imagine or envision a world without police terror and...

11/30 7:00pm
Virtual Event
{Virtual/In-Person TBD} Nadia Singh, University of Oregon

Virtual/In-Person TBD Nadia Singh, University of Oregon Dr. Singh's lab focuses on the causes and consequences of variation in fundamental genetic...

2/5/2021 4:10pm
Virtual Event
Chemistry Seminar: Thomas Markland, D.Phil.

Thomas Markland, Department of Chemistry, Stanford University Tom Markland received his MChem in Chemistry from Balliol College, University of Oxford where...

2/11/2021 4:15pm
Virtual Event
{Virtual/In-Person TBD} Crystal Rogers, University of California, Davis

Virtual/In-Person TBD Crystal Rogers, University of California, Davis Dr. Rogers' lab is interested in understanding how genetic and environmental changes...

2/12/2021 4:10pm
Virtual Event
Chemistry Seminar: Melanie Chiu, Ph.D.

Melanie earned her A.B. in Chemistry with a minor in Music from Dartmouth College in 2004. Her undergraduate studies focused on organic methodology: she...

2/18/2021 4:15pm
Virtual Event
{Virtual/In-Person TBD} Students Talking About Research

Virtual/In-Person TBD Seniors in Biology talk about their thesis projects.

2/19/2021 4:10pm
Virtual Event
Chemistry Seminar: Nancy Williams, Ph.D. "Call Me Nancy: The Hunt for the Whale. One Chemist’s 10-Year Reckless Pursuit of a Novel P-Rich Platinum Pincer Complex"

Nancy Williams is a native of the Pacific Northwest, raised in Puyallup, Washington, just east of Tacoma. She attended Harvey Mudd College in Claremont,...

3/4/2021 4:15pm
Virtual Event
Chemistry Seminars: Senior Research Presentations

Chemistry seniors will present their thesis research

4/1/2021 4:15pm
Virtual Event