Professor of Educational Psychology and Counseling, Director of University Assisted Community Schools
Bob Kronick is a professor of educational psychology and counseling who is best known for bringing health, community, and social services to children within their elementary schools through the University Assisted Community Schools program.
Kronick is the director of University Assisted Community Schools and adjunct faculty for the Haslam Scholars program. His awards include the Alumni Award for Community Service, the Martin Luther King Award for Service to Education award, and the Association for Humanistic Counseling Award for Humanistic Advocacy and Social Justice. He is also a recipient of the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences Board of Advisors Award in Outreach and Engagement for his outstanding work in research, teaching, and service.
Topics of expertise: At-risk children and youth, university assisted community schools.
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