Dr. Reardon’s research interests include informal learning among skilled workers in chemical manufacturing and petrochemicals, STEM education in K-16, and the relationships among dimensions of spirituality and leadership. He has a strong background in quantitative research methods, particularly survey research, factor analysis, multivariate regression and path analysis.
Current studies include a comparison of learning among skilled refinery operators against current theoretical frameworks of adult learning and an ongoing investigation with peers of the concept of grace as construct in interpersonal relationships.
- Ph.D, 2004, Adult Education, University of Georgia-Georgia
- M.S., 1981, North Carolina State University-NC
- B.S., 1977, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill-NC
Robert F Reardon
Associate Professor Phone: 512-245-3755
Office Hours: By appointment