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What We Teach and Why: A Panel with Reed Faculty Members

Please join us on Saturday morning for a panel discussing developing new majors and curriculum changes, including those affecting Humanities 110.


  • Nigel Nicholson (Moderator), Dean of the Faculty and Walter Mintz Professor of Classics
  • Chris Koski, Associate Professor of Political Science and Environmental Studies
  • Suzy Renn, Professor of Biology
  • Kris Anderson, Associate Professor of Psychology
  • Elizabeth Drumm, John B. and Elizabeth Yeon Professor of Spanish and Humanities

Saturday, June 9, 2018 at 10:00am to 11:30am

Vollum Lecture Hall

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Paul Levy

Paul Levy 6/11/2018

Suggest adding Kyle Ormsby from the math department to the listing of participants

Carolyn Yale

Carolyn Yale 5/22/2018

I am interested in hearing about the current scope of the Humanities curriculum (and related courses/majors) and the aims of the new curriculum, generally. I attended Reed at a time before Spanish was offered (!), academia had barely a whiff of the coming environmental laws/movement, and the Western canon was taught as the pinnacle and model of knowledge.