In order to help protect the health of event participants and our community, Reed College is following the advice of the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) regarding mass gatherings and large community events. Some programs and events at Reed may be canceled or postponed due to COVID-19 prevention efforts.

Prior to attending an event, we strongly encourage you to check Reed’s events calendar at for status updates. Questions? Please contact the conference & events planning office at 503-777-7522.


Thursday, February 6

Reed Union: Community Responsibility in a Time of Climate Crisis

From the local to the global, we are all members of multiple communities within and beyond Reed. What are our responsibilities as community members in a time...

Chemistry Seminar: Summer Research & the Junior Qual

This week’s seminar is a chance to learn and ask questions about summer research positions in the chemistry department and the junior qualifying...

Math Colloquium: Jon Kujawa, University of Oklahoma

DNA and Burnt Pancakes: or, how Bill Gates Became a Billionaire - With the advent of DNA sequencing and other new tools in biology, there is a wealth of...

The Colors of the New World

This is a past event.

The Colors of the New World

Diana Magaloni is Deputy Director, Program Director and Dr. Virginia Fields Curator of the Art of the Ancient Americas, and Director of Conservation at the...

Collective Voices Solidarity Series: Forward Together

Organizers Emma Martinez and Evelyn Guzman of Forward Together present on efforts to create a more equitable census. Free and open to the public. Dinner...

An Archaeology of the Bronze Age Senses

The Tastes, Smells, and Colors of New Finds from East Cretan Excavations This lecture is an exploration of the Minoan Senses—the tastes, the smells, and the...

Photo by Jim Coleman

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Dance Senior Thesis Concerts 2020

The Reed College Dance Department is proud to present the Spring 2020 Dance Thesis Productions, including works by Dance thesis candidate Laura Kennedy, and...

Thursday, February 6