He received the annual SoTA Typography Award of 2019. She is the director of the Interdisciplinary Cooperation Initiative and the co-director of the Human Generosity Project.  This festival of learning takes the form of classes and seminars put on by anyone who wishes to teach, including students, professors, staff members, and outside educators invited on-campus by members of the Reed Community.  Previous investigations by Reed students to re-create U.S. News's statistical ranking algorithm found that Reed's correct 2019 rank was #38 instead of its assigned rank of #90. Contact Reed College.  His death prompted revelations of several previous incidents, including the near-death heroin overdose of another student only months earlier.  Simeon was an entrepreneur involved in several enterprises, including trade on the Willamette and Columbia Rivers with his close friend and associate, former Portland Mayor William S. Ladd (for whom Ladd's Addition is named). Recently, he refocused his work on the history of mountaineering in the Himalayas and the United States. It was a label that the Reed community claimed from critics during the 1920s as a "tongue-in-cheek slogan" in reference to Reed's nonconformism. She is usually known as "Sistie", "Ellie" or "Eleanor". Murphy still had a short-lived college career as a student at Nassau Community College in Garden City, N.Y., according to Business Insider. , Reed is ranked as tied for the 72nd best liberal arts college by U.S. News & World Report in its 2022 rankings, and tied for 16th in "Best Undergraduate Teaching", tied for 13th in "Most Innovative Schools", and tied for 185th in "Top Performers on Social Mobility". He has written a book on the history of the design of the New York City Subway system, Helvetica and the New York Subway System: The True Story, on the work of William Addison Dwiggins, and for Print magazine.  Median SAT scores were 690 math and 720 reading. 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AlumniAcademiaJulia Adams sociologist; professor, Yale UniversityJon Appleton, 1961 composer; Arthur R. Virgin Professor of Music at Dartmouth College, Visiting Professor of Music at Stanford UniversityLouis T. Benezet, 1939 President, Colorado CollegeSacvan Bercovitch (did not graduate) Professor of American Literature, Harvard UniversityCharles Bigelow, 1967 Professor of Type Design and Writing, Rochester Institute of TechnologyJonathan Boyarin, 1977 Mann Professor of Modern Jewish Studies; Professor of Anthropology, Cornell UniversityRobert Brenner, 1964 Professor of History, UCLAJoan Bresnan, 1966 Professor of Linguistics, Stanford UniversityRobert A. Brightman, 1973 Greenberg Professor of Native American Studies, Reed CollegePeter Child, 1975 composer, professor of music at MITJessica Coon, 2004 Linguistics Professor at McGill UniversityGalen Cranz, 1966 Professor of Architecture at the University of California, BerkeleyAnn Cvetkovich, 1980 Associate Professor of English at University of Texas, Austin; author of several books, including An Archive of Feelings: Trauma, Sexuality, and Lesbian Public CulturesShannon Lee Dawdy, 1988 Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of ChicagoKai T. Erikson, 1953 President, American Sociological Association and Professor at Yale UniversityElizabeth Warnock Fernea, 1950 anthropologistJanet Fitch, 1978 Professor of Professional Writing, University of Southern CaliforniaNeil Fligstein, 1973 Professor of Sociology, University of California, BerkeleyDavid H. French, 1939 anthropologist and linguistVictor Friedman, 1970 Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Balkan and Slavic Linguistics, University of ChicagoDavid Grusky, 1980 Barbara Kimball Browning Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences at Stanford UniversityPeter Gordon, 1988 Professor of History, Harvard UniversityTed Robert Gurr, 1957 Professor of Political Science, Northwestern UniversityLoyd Haberly, 1919 Dean, Fairleigh Dickinson UniversityPeter Dobkin Hall, 1968 Hauser Lecturer on nonprofit organizations, Kennedy School of Government at Harvard UniversityCarol Heimer, 1973 Professor of Sociology, Northwestern UniversityDavid Hoggan, 1945 controversial historianDell Hymes, 1950 anthropologist and linguistMaurice Isserman, 1973 Professor of History, Hamilton CollegeLewis Webster Jones, 1921 President of Rutgers UniversityDon Kates, 1962 criminologistGail M. Kelly, 1955 anthropologistWallace T. MacCaffrey, 1942 scholar of Elizabethan England; chaired the Harvard University history department twiceBrendan McConville, 1987 Professor of History at Boston UniversityWilliam D. McElroy, 1939 Chancellor, University of California, San Diego and former Director, National Science FoundationDennis B. McGilvray, 1965 Professor of Anthropology, University of ColoradoLisa Nakamura, 1987 Professor at the Institute of Communication Research and Asian American Studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignKaori OConnor, 1968 Senior Research Fellow, University of LondonChristopher Phelps, 1988 Professor of History, University of NottinghamRay Raphael, 1965 historianDiane Silvers Ravitch (did not graduate) Professor of History, New York University; Senior Fellow, Brookings InstitutionBarbara Reskin (did not graduate) Professor of Sociology, University of WashingtonLawrence Rinder, 1983 Dean of Graduate Studies at the California College of the Arts; former Curator of Contemporary Art at the Whitney MuseumStephen Shapin, 1966 historian and sociologist of science at Harvard University; taught at the University of Edinburgh and the University of California, San DiegoRobert E. Slavin, 1972 Director of the Center for Research and Reform in Education, Johns Hopkins; cooperative learning, project Success for AllGeorge Steinmetz (academic), 1980 Professor of Sociology, University of MichiganRobert K. Thomas (did not graduate) Academic Vice President, Brigham Young UniversityKatherine Verdery, 1970 Julien J. Studley Faculty Scholar and Distinguished Professor, Anthropology Program, City University of New York Graduate CenterJon Westling, 1964 President Emeritus and Professor of History at Boston UniversityRichard Wolin, 1974 Professor at City University of New York Graduate CenterArts and entertainmentJacob Avshalomov, 1941 composerKip Berman, 2002 songwriter and vocalist for The Pains of Being Pure at HeartJody Bleyle, 1992 singer, songwriter, musicianXenia Cage, 1935, artist and musicianJennifer Camper, 1979, cartoonistPeter Child, 1975 composer, professor of music at MITRy Cooder, 1971 singer, songwriter; attended Reed for one semesterRobert Cornthwaite, 1939 actorLamar Crowson, 1948 pianistDr. His remaining book is on the use of bitters and amari in mixology and cooking. He published more than twenty books, and his memory is honored by his foundation's annual James Beard Awards. , There was some opposition to the lecture protests, notably by Reed professor of English Luca Martnez Valdivia, who stated that a protest during her lecture on Sappho would amplify her pre-existing case of PTSD. Barbara Hayden, usually known professionally as Pat Silver or Pat Silver-Lasky, is an American actress, screenwriter, and writer, mostly known for her collaborations with her second husband, Jesse Lasky Jr. Allen Eric Bergin is a clinical psychologist known for his research on psychotherapy outcomes and on integrating psychotherapy and religion. He attended the 2016 and 2020 Democratic National Conventions as a Bernie Sanders delegate. Grudin is a pioneer of the field of computer-supported cooperative work and one of its most prolific contributors. Forti's published books include Handbook in Motion (1974, The Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design), Angel (1978, self-published), and Oh Tongue (2003, Beyond Baroque Foundation, ed. The Reed archive of comic books and graphic novels, the MLLL (Comic Book Reading Room), is well into its fourth decade, and Beer Nation, the student group that organizes and manages various beer gardens throughout the year and during Renn Fayre, has existed for many years. He served as an advisor of the President Barack Obama during his presidential campaign and was later the chairman of the national security think-tank, the Center for a New American Security. It is a close community valuing sustainability, organic food, consensus-based decisions, self-government, music, and plants.. It attracted great architectural interest during its lifetime".  The collapse was attributed to excess snow piling up on the roof of the building causing a support truss to fracture, and strained several others, causing the roof to collapse. He co-authored a biography of Dorothy Ray Healey and wrote an award-winning biography of the American socialist leader Michael Harrington. Retrouvez toutes les informations du rseau TER Auvergne-Rhne-Alpes : horaires des trains, trafic en temps rel, achats de billets, offres et services en gare She is a professor at the University of Chicago and a MacArthur Fellow. The event is initiated by a procession of seniors throwing their thesis notes in a large bonfire after the completed theses are submitted. In contrast, the science section of campus, including the physics, biology, and psychology (originally chemistry) buildings, were designed in the Modernist style. Her innovations in Postmodern dance, including her seminal 1961 body of work, Dance Constructions, along with her contribution to the early Fluxus movement, have influenced many notable dancers and artists. , In 2012, Reed College had the third highest reported sexual assault rate among U.S. colleges and universities.  Reed's first president (19101919) was William Trufant Foster, a former professor at Bates College and Bowdoin College in Maine. The new north-campus dorms, which opened in Fall 2008, feature yet another small cafe, originally dubbed "Cafe Paradiso", thereby providing three coffee shops within a 116-acre (0.47km2) campus. Jefferson resides in Portland, Oregon. Forti first apprenticed with Anna Halprin in the 1950s and has since worked alongside artists and composers Nam June Paik, Steve Paxton, La Monte Young, Trisha Brown, Charlemagne Palestine, Peter Van Riper, Dan Graham, Yoshi Wada, Robert Morris and others. She is a cooperation theorist, an evolutionary biologist, an evolutionary psychologist, and a cancer biologist who works at the intersection of those fields. A left-leaning populist with little political experience before his mayoral bid, he was one of Portland's most colorful political figures. Sally Haslanger is an American philosopher and professor. Michael E. Levine was a "Distinguished Research Scholar" at the New York University School of Law.  U.S. News maintains that their rankings are "a very legitimate tool for getting at a certain level of knowledge about colleges. Previously, he served on the Oregon Court of Appeals from 2013 to 2019, and was a member of the Oregon House of Representatives from 2008 to 2012. Yoram Keyes Bauman is an American economist and stand-up comedian. According to sociologist Burton Clark, Reed is one of the most unusual institutions of higher learning in the United States, featuring a traditional liberal arts and natural sciences curriculum. Today, Murphy's net worth is estimated at $85 million. Discover the notable alumni of Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art. In his 2005 Stanford commencement lecture, Apple Inc. founder and Reed dropout Steve Jobs credited a Reed calligraphy class taught by Robert Palladino for his focus on choosing quality typefaces for the Macintosh. This page lists prominent, famous, and notable alumni of Reed College, an American institution of liberal arts and sciences, located in Oregon's most populous city, Portland, along with their past and present positions.In addition to famous Reed College graduates, it also includes some famous Reedies who did not graduate. Kelly J. McCreary is an American actress, best known for her role on the ABC drama series Grey's Anatomy as Dr. Maggie Pierce, the half-sister of series protagonist Meredith Grey. Chen joined Gawker in November 2009 as a night shift editor, graduating from an internship position at Slate, and has written extensively on Internet culture, especially virtual communities such as 4chan and Reddit. Elizabeth Mitchell, 1991 member of the Maine LegislatureNorman Solomon (did not graduate) candidate for the United States House of RepresentativesHoward Wolpe, 1960 Congressman (D-Michigan)LawHans A. Linde, 1947 Justice, Oregon Supreme CourtBerkeley Lent, 1948 Chief Justice, Oregon Supreme CourtGeorge M. Joseph, 1951 Chief Judge, Oregon Court of AppealsMichael E. Levine, 1962 Senior Lecturer at the New York University School of Law; Dean Emeritus of the Yale School of ManagementAlex Martinez, 1973 Chief Justice, Colorado Supreme CourtJessica Litman, 1974 Professor of Law at the University of Michigan, legal advisorKatya Komisaruk, 1978 civil rights lawyerAlafair Burke, 1991 Assistant District Attorney, Multnomah County, Oregon; Professor of Law, Hofstra University; crime and mystery writerChris Garrett, 1996 Justice, Oregon Supreme CourtGus J. Solomon (did not graduate) US District Judge, District of OregonJacob Tanzer (did not graduate) Justice, Oregon Supreme CourtFay Stender (did not graduate) lawyer and prisoners rights advocateLiteratureTamim Ansary, 1970 author of West of Kabul, East of New YorkDoon Arbus, 1967 writer and journalist, daughter of Diane ArbusAlison Baker, 1975 writerMary Barnard, 1932 modernist poet and translator of Greek poet SapphoMargaret Bechard, 1976 science fiction writerDon Berry, 1931 writerMei-mei Berssenbrugge, 1969 poetLee Blessing, 1971 playwrightHob Broun, 1972, author who became paralyzed and wrote two books by puffing air through a tube.Alafair Burke, 1991 authorRobert Chesley, 1965 playwright, novelist, and composerKate Christensen, 1986 novelist, winner of 2008 PEN/Faulkner Award for FictionGordon Dahlquist, 1984 playwright, novelistWilliam Dickey, 1951 poetKatherine Dunn, 1969 journalist and author of Geek LoveElana Dykewomon, ca. Reed has been featured in several books and movies. On Canyon Day students and Reed neighbors join canyon crew workers to spend a day helping with restoration efforts. Life Beyond Reed. The primary demand concerned Reed's mandatory freshman Humanities course, proposing that the course either be changed to be more inclusive of world literature and classics or to be made not mandatory. , Money magazine ranked Reed 512th in the U.S. out of 623 schools evaluated for its 2022 "Best Colleges for Your Money" edition. She is the Ford Professor of Philosophy in the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  In 2011, a student member of Reed's Judicial Board resigned over the college's handling of sexual assault cases. ", In March 2010, another student died of drug-related causes in his off-campus residence. Reed's prolific college career started with .  Both gyms that were part of the sports center collapsed.  In 2004, 1.4% of Reed graduates defaulted on their student loans below the national Cohort Default Rate average of 5.1%. , In 1995, Reed College refused to participate in the U.S. News & World Report "best colleges" rankings, making it the first educational institution in the United States to refuse to participate in college rankings. There is no protected realm; one can never take refuge in, seek protection from, or hide behind a doctrine of rights. Though the school does not have varsity sports, the mascot features prominently throughout campus iconography outside of an athletic context. Robert Reed (Actor) 32 . Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, Fairleigh Dickinson University - Metropolitan Campus, California State University - San Bernardino, Phillips School of Nursing at Mount Sinai Beth Israel. In addition to famous Reed College graduates, it also includes some famous Reedies who did not graduate. Alumni [ edit] Private liberal arts college in Portland, Oregon, Interdisciplinary and dual-degree programs, 2021 collapse of the Aubrey R. Watzek Sports Center, For a list with actual percentages, see "Doctorates Awarded" at, One NCAA sports team at Reed has been the Reed College Ski Team, which as early as 1937, and as late as 1988, competed with the. "When you say Reed," Diver said, "two words often come to mind. The campus and buildings have undergone several phases of growth, and there are now 21 academic and administrative buildings and 18 residence halls. Upcoming Trips Join Professor Pancho Savery in Cuba to experience a timeless yet rapidly evolving Cuba on a behind-the-scenes travel programexclusively for Reed College alumni and parentsthis October 14-20, 2023. Megan Prelinger is a cultural historian and archivist. The commons dining hall is operated by Bon Apptit, and food is purchased on an item-by-item basis. He served as chairman of the department of economics from 1994 to 1997. Types of events include Reunions, Forum for Advancing Reed, Travel Study, the Alumni Holiday Party, and Westwind, just to name a few. He is also a senior fellow of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research and the director of the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality. He has also advised blockchain company Phunware and advised the nonprofit online American political encyclopedia Ballotpedia. Reed College admissions is more selective with an acceptance rate of 39%. , A new pedestrian and bicycle bridge spanning the canyon was opened in Fall 2008. Bon Apptit has a monopoly on the food services at Reed as they are the only ones who accept board points; written into their contract is the prohibition of food carts on campus. Senator from Illinois Paul Douglas, and physicists Richard Crandall and David Griffiths.  The sports center was serving as a COVID-19 testing center, and the destruction of the testing center resulted in the loss of testing kits and other medical supplies needed for COVID-19 testing.. On February 15, 2021, the Aubrey R. Watzek Sports Center, collapsed during Winter Storm Uri. Ehrenreich is perhaps best known for her 2001 book Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America; a memoir of Ehrenreich's three-month experiment surviving on a series of minimum wage jobs. In 1993, then-President Steve Koblik invited Moore to visit the college, and in 1995 the last surviving member of the Board that fired Moore expressed his regret and apologized to him. She held the 2015 Spinoza Chair of Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam. List of famous alumni from Reed College, with photos when available. 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He is best known for his investigations of power and social class in his native Southern California. She is a professor in the Genome Center and the Department of Plant Pathology, and founding director of the Institute for Food and Agricultural Literacy (IFAL), at the University of California, Davis. He was an enthusiastic advocate for investment in downtown Portland, both private and public, and is widely credited for helping to reverse a decline in the area in the 1970s through acquiring and renovating derelict or aging buildings and encouraging others to invest in downtown and the central city. 3203 Southeast Woodstock Boulevard Portland, Oregon 97202-8199 Phone: 503-771-1112 Fax: 503-777-7769. Daniel Kottke is an American businessman known for being a college friend of Steve Jobs and one of the first employees of Apple Inc. Gary Snyder is an American man of letters. This page is not available in other languages. " A statement of "regret" by the Reed administration and Board of Trustees was published in 1981, formally revising the judgment of the 1954 trustees. '" Reed's will suggested his wife could "devote some portion of my estate to benevolent objects, or to the cultivation, illustration, or development of the fine arts in the city of Portland, or to some other suitable purpose, which shall be of permanent value and contribute to the beauty of the city and to the intelligence, prosperity, and happiness of the inhabitants". She is currently represented by The Box L.A. in Los Angeles, CA, and has works in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the Generali Foundation in Vienna, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, and the Moderna Museet in Stockholm. She has also released multiple solo albums. , Reed's Humanities program includes the mandatory freshman course Introduction to Western Humanities covering ancient Greek and Roman literature, history, art, religion, and philosophy. Regarded for its intellectualism, Reed is known for a mandatory first-year humanities program, senior thesis, progressive politics, de-emphasis on grades, academic rigor, grade deflation, and high proportion of graduates who go on to earn doctorates and postgraduate degrees. '86 (English), L'94. He has also researched psi phenomena, group decision making, handwriting analysis, sexual orientation, and personality theory and assessment. He is considered one of the earliest scholars on the sociology of scientific knowledge, and is credited with creating new approaches. She is a granddaughter of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Same level universities in the United States. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may take Early Modern Europe covering Renaissance thought and literature; Modern Humanities covering the Enlightenment, the French Revolution, the Industrial Revolution, and Modernism, and/or Foundations of Chinese Civilization. Right IconThis ranking is based on an algorithm that combines various factors, including the votes of our users and search trends on the internet. While large lecture-style classes exist, Reed emphasizes its smaller lab and conference sections.  Over the years, institutional memory of this fact has faded and the color appearing on the school's publications and merchandise has darkened to a shade of maroon. While at the Center, Wolpe directed post-conflict leadership training programs in Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Liberia. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Seagraves is an American librarian, educator, historian, and editor. News. Craig Edward DeForest is an American solar physicist and the Chair of the American Astronomical Society's Solar Physics Division. The external review had not in fact been completed nor reviewed at the time of the announcement. The students found the college to be ranked an estimated 52 places below an unbiased application of the U.S. News scoring rubric. Scrounging is a long tradition at Reed College allowing students to offer unfinished Commons' food to students without board points from their trays as they are returned to be washed. University Of Washington. She, with Charles Bigelow, is the co-creator of the Lucida font family, among many other typeface designs. She is also the director of the Cooperation and Conflict lab at Arizona State University, vice president of the International Society for Evolution, Ecology and Cancer, and was the director of human and social evolution and co-founder of the Center for Evolution and Cancer at UCSF. Both photographs were of the same V-J Day embrace of a woman in a white dress by a sailor. Sheldon Tibbetts Mills was a United States diplomat, who served as a career Foreign Service officer of the U.S. Department of State from 1928 to 1961. 9. Aktipis is the author of the book published on March 24, 2020 from Princeton University Press The Cheating Cell: How Evolution Helps us Understand and Treat Cancer. Today, Brin is worth an estimated $53.3 billion and has been ranked as the 14th richest person in the world by Forbes. What the scouts say. Michael S. Teitelbaum is a demographer and the former Vice President of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation in New York City. The on-campus folklore of events surrounding the Doyle Owl is sufficiently large that, in 1983, a senior thesis was written on the topic of the Owl's oral history.  Originally conceived and approved by the faculty in 1968 for unstructured independent study, or "UIS", Paideia ran for the full month of January from 1969 to 1981, supervised by a committee of faculty, staff and students. Perhaps best known as a poet (his early work has been associated with the Beat Generation and the San Francisco Renaissance), he is also an essayist, lecturer, and environmental activist with anarchoprimitivist leanings. Last Updated on December 13, 2022 by Fola Shade. Robert Klein In the same year, she and her husband, Shyamasundar Das, helped Mukunda Das organize the Mantra-Rock Dance, a countercultural musical event held at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco; the dance was a fundraiser for ISKCON's first center on the west coast of the US. Walter Berns was an American constitutional law and political philosophy professor. (Co-Founder, Former Chairman and CEO of 'Apple'), (Disc jockey, Musicologist, Radio personality), (Italian Fashion Designer Known for His Kaleidoscopic Colors and Geometric Prints), (Art collector, Programmer, Computer scientist), (One of the First Sociolinguists to Pioneer the Connection Between Speech and Social Relations), (American Pharmacologist Who Pioneered the Chemotherapy Trials Using Nitrogen Mustard). He is the author of Destiny Disrupted: A History of the World Through Islamic Eyes, West of Kabul, East of New York, and other books concerning Afghan and Muslim history. Required fields are marked *, document.getElementById("ak_js_1").setAttribute("value",(new Date()).getTime()). Alumni Profiles. She is married to the painter Richard Tuttle, with whom she has frequently collaborated. Arthur Edward Ogus is an American mathematician. Division of Arts: includes the Art (Art History and Studio Art), Dance, Music, and Theatre Departments; Division of History and Social Sciences: includes the History, Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, and Sociology Departments, as well as the International and Comparative Policy Studies Program; Division of Literature and Languages: includes the Classics, Chinese, English, French, German, Russian, and Spanish Departments, as well as the Creative Writing and General Literature Programs; Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences: includes the Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics Departments, and.