Robert F. Kronick is a professor of Counselor Education in the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling at the University of Tennessee. He has started an academic program, Human Services, and served as Head Pro Tem twice in the Department of Educational Psychology & Counseling. His research, teaching, and service has centered in schools since 1998. Prior to 1998, Professor Kronick worked with corrections and mental health. From 1998, Dr. Kronick has researched community schools, taught about them, and done service with them. Since 1998, he has written books on at risk youth, dropouts, and University Assisted Community Schools. His work with former students, such as current co-author D.G. Luter is especially exciting and gratifying. Kronick and Luter have written three chapters and three articles together, as well as presenting papers at such august settings as the Netter Center at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Kronick has won a teaching award and two public service awards from The University of Tennessee. His service has been recognized with a Martin Luther King Award, presented by the Urban League and a Pioneer Award, presented by the League of Women Voters.
Dr. Kronick credits his family of orientation with his initial concern and involvement with and for social justice. Two of his children continue with the work that must be done. Daughter Julia is an academic with strong concerns for students and son Will works with and for vulnerable children and families.
Dr. Kronick’s central research effort in 2016-2017 is Wicked Problems and the Community School Alternative with Dr. Dareen Basma, a new PhD who is a counselor, scholar at Carnegie-Mellon University. This book is due out in 2017.

Bob Kronick
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, USA
Robert F. Kronick is a professor of Counselor Education in the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling at the University of Tennessee. He has started an academic program, Human Services, and served as Head Pro Tem twice in the Department of Educational Psychology & Counseling. His research, teaching, and service has centered in schools since 1998. Prior to 1998, Professor Kronick worked with corrections and mental health. From 1998, Dr. Kronick has researched community schools, taught about them, and done service with them. Since 1998, he has written books on at risk youth, dropouts, and University Assisted Community Schools. His work with former students, such as current co-author D.G. Luter is especially exciting and gratifying. Kronick and Luter have written three chapters and three articles together, as well as presenting papers at such august settings as the Netter Center at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Kronick has won a teaching award and two public service awards from The University of Tennessee. His service has been recognized with a Martin Luther King Award, presented by the Urban League and a Pioneer Award, presented by the League of Women Voters. Dr. Kronick credits his family of orientation with his initial concern and involvement with and for social justice. Two of his children continue with the work that must be done. Daughter Julia is an academic with strong concerns for students and son Will works with and for vulnerable children and families. Dr. Kronick’s central research effort in 2016-2017 is Wicked Problems and the Community School Alternative with Dr. Dareen Basma, a new PhD who is a counselor, scholar at Carnegie-Mellon University. This book is due out in 2017.

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