Oregon Considered

11/16/2006 - Reed Professor Receives National Carnegie Award

November 16, 2006

1116_brashier.jpgOregon professor Ken Brashier accepted a national Professor of the Year award Thursday in Washington D.C. It's one of four honors given by the Carnegie Foundation but the only one for undergraduate teaching.

Brashier teaches Chinese Religions, among other classes at Reed College in Portland. He's known for going to great lengths to engage students in the material. He talks with Oregon Considered host Allison Frost.
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Hear an extended interview with Ken Brashier (MP3, about 13 minutes)

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COMMENTS

I tried to download the extended interview with Ken Brashier, and it comes out as a 'pls' file that is not compatible with iTunes. He is a professor of mine, and I would like to listen to it. Thanks.

Posted by: Amanda Waldroupe at January 7, 2007 02:31 PM