Faculty and Staff Profiles

Kenneth M. Reardon
Professor, City and Regional Planning
Email: kreardon@memphis.edu
Office Location: 215 McCord Hall
Education
  • Bachelor of Arts Sociology - University of Massachusetts at Amherst - 1975
  • Master of Urban Planning City and Regional Planning - Hunter College/CUNY - 1982
  • Doctor of Philosophy City and Regional Planning - Cornell University - 1990

Work Experience

  • Community Organizer,   - New Jersey Federation of Senior Citizens - 1975-1976
  • Executive Director,   - New Jersey Federation of Senior Citizens - 1976-1978
  • Director of Organizing,   - Connecticut Citizen Action Group - 1978-1980
  • Lecturer, Field and International Study Program - Cornell University - 1984-1987
  • Senior Lecturer, field and International Study Program - Cornell University - 1987-1990
  • Assistnt Professor, Department of Urban and Regional Planning - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - 1990-1996
  • Associate Professor, Department of Urban and Regional Planning - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - 1996-1999
  • Visiting Associate Professor, Department of City and Regionl Planning - Cornell University - 1999-2000
  • Associate Professor, Department of City and Regional Planning - Cornell University - 2000-2008
  • Department Chair, Department of City and Regional Planning - Cornell University - 2005-2008
  • Professor and Director, Graduate Program in City and Regional Planing - University of Memphis - 2008-2012
  • Professor, Graduate Program in CIty and Regional Planning - University of Memphis - 2012-present
Honors/Awards
  • Public Service Fellowship - U.S. Department of Education - 1982-1983
  • President's Award for Innovative Educational Initiatives - Cornell University - 1987
  • Faculty Advisor - National Student Project Award - American Institute of Certified Planners - 1992
  • Award for Excellence - National Universities Continuuing Education Association - 1992
  • Faculty Advisor - Socially-Responsible Student Project Award - Architects and Designers for Social Responsibility - 1993
  • National Award for Program Innovation - National Universities Continuing Education Association - 1993
  • Incomplete List of Excellent Teachers - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - 1994
  • Second Prize - Interdisciplinary Teaching - Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture - 1995
  • Incomplete List of Excellent Teachers - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - 1995
  • Frederisk J. Miller Outstanding Public Service Award - University YMCA - Champaign/Urbana - 1995
  • Finalist National Excellence Award - UN Habitat II - U.S. Preparatory Committee - 1996
  • Public Service Award - Illinois Chapter of the Association of Landscape Architects - 1996
  • Luckman Undergraduate Distinguished Teaching Award - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - 1996
  • Outstanding Faculty Member - College of FIne and Applied Arts - Universityof Illinois at UC - 1997
  • Make A Difference Award for Outrstanding Faculty Cont. to SL - Serve Illinois - 1998
  • Action Research Award - National Society for Experiential Education - 1998
  • Distinguished Hyde Lecturer - University of Nebraska - 1999
  • Finalist - Ernest Lynton A. Award for Faculty Service - N.E. Research Center on Higher Education - 2000
  • President's Award - American Institute of Certified Planners - 2000
  • Recipient - Ernest A. Award for Faculty Service - N.E. Research Center on Higher Education - 2001
  • Distinguished Visiting Professor - Johnson and Wales University - 2001
  • Kaplan Award for Distinguished Public Service - Cornell University - 2002
  • Oustanding Faculty Award - College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, Cornell University - 2002
  • Advisor, Outstanding Student Project Award - NY American Planning Association - 2002
  • Community/University Service Award - Community and Rural Development Institute, Cornell University - 2002
  • Donald J. Sullivan Outstanding Alumni Award - Hunter College - 2003
  • Faculty Excellence Award - Interfraternity Council - Cornell University - 2005
  • Dale Prize for Excellence in Urban Planning - California State Polytechnic University - 2005
  • Outstanding Faculty Member - College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, Cornell University - 2006
  • Advisor - Outstanding Student Project Award - Upstate New York Chapter of the American Planning Assoc. - 2007
  • Advisor - Oustanding Student Project Award - Tennessee Chapter of the American Planning Association - 2010
  • Community Service Award - Tenneessee Chapter of the American Medical Association - 2012
  • Oustanding Small Town Plan Award - Tennessee Chapter of the American Planning Association - 2013

Teaching Experience

  • PLAN 7000 Introduction to City and Regional Planning, F 2008 - University of Memphis
  • PLAN 7006 Special Projects Studio, S 2009 - University of Memphis
  • Capstone Supervision - University of Memphis, S 2009
  • PLAN 7000 Introduction to City and Regional Planning, F 2009 - University of Memphis
  • PLAN 7000 Intro. to City and Regional Planning (Online) F 2009 - University of Memphis
  • PLAN 7006 Special Projects Studio, S 2010 - University of Memphis
  • Capstone Supervision, S 2010 - University of Memphis
  • PLAN 7000 Introduction to City and Regional Planning, F 2010 - University of Memphis
  • PLAN 3453 Honors intro to City Planning, F 2010 - University of Memphis
  • PLAN 7006 Special Projects Studio, S 2011 - Capstone Supervision, S 2011
  • PLAN 7000 Introduction to City and Regional Planning, F 2011 - University of Memphis
  • PLAN 7002 CIty and Regional Planning Theory, S 2012 - University of Memphis
  • Capstone Supervision, S 2012 - University of Memphis
  • PLAN 7006 Comprehensive Planning, S 2013 - University of Memphis
  • Capstone Supervision, S 2013 - University of Memphis

Student Advising/Mentoring

  • Master of Regional Planning - Julie Daley - 2008 - Cornell University
  • Master of Regional Planning - Bradley Merritt - 2008
  • Master of Regional Planning - Whitley Choat - 2008
  • Master of Regional Planning - Katherine Turner - 2008
  • Master of Regional Planning - Scott Napier - 2009
  • Master of Regional Planning - Scott Denkman - 2010
  • Master of Regional Planning - Benjamin Racquet - 2010
  • Master of Regional Planning - Senchel Mattews - 2010
  • Master of Regional Planning - Nish Trevedi - 2010
  • Master of Regional Planning - Jessica Buttermore - 2010
  • Master of Regional Planning - Karen Thornton - 2010
  • Master of Regional Planning - Angela Bell - 2010
  • Master of Regional Planning - Jennifer Eggleston - 2011
  • Master of Regional Planning - Thomas Pacello - 2011
  • Master of Regional Planning - Hunter Brondyke - 2011
  • Master of Regional Planning - Kasey Talbott - 2011
  • Master of Regional Planning - Aury Kangelos - 2012
  • Master of Regional Planning - Thomas Skehan - 2012
  • Master of Regional Planning - Andrienne Johnson - 2013
  • Master of Regional Planning - Rachel McCook - 2013
  • Master of Regional Planning - Jim McDougal - 2014 (Expected-doing final revisions)

Creative Activities

  • South Memphis Revitalization Action Plan (Co-author) - 2008-2009 - Memphis, TN - Saint Andrew AME Church and The Works
  • Vance Avenue Preliminary Planning Framework (Co-author) - 2009 - Memphis, TN - Vance Avenue Collaborative
  • Brownsville on the Move Comprehensive Plan (Primary author) - 2012 - Brownsville, TN - City of Brownsville
  • Mississippi River Corridor - TN: Shelby County Trail Plan - 2012 - Shelby County, TN - Shelby County
  • Vance Avenue Community Transformation Plan - 2012 - Memphis, TN - Vance Avenue Collaborative

Support

  • South Memphis Community Planning Study - Assisi Foundation - $20,000 - 2011-2012
  • Missisippi River Corridor Study - Shelby County - Hyde Family Foundations - $15,000 - 2011-2012
  • Vance Avenue Choice Neighborhood Planning Grant - City of Memphis/Memphis Housing Authority - $125,000 - 2011-2013
  • Comprehensive Planning Grant - City of Brownsville - $39,000 - 2010-2011
  • Memphis Urban Transformation Project - Hyde Family Foundations - $20,000 - 2010-2011

Outreach

  • South Memphis Revitalization Action Plan - St. Andrew AME Church and The Works - 2008-2009 - Assisi Foundation
  • South Memphis Farmers Market - The Works and South Memphis Revitalization Action Project - 2009 - Hyde Family Foundations
  • Vance Avenue Planning Initiative - St. Patrick Church and Vance Avenue Collaborative - 2009 - 2013 - Hyde Family Family Foundations
  • Memphis Regional Design Center - Area architects, landscape architects, planners and policy makers - 2009-2012 - Hyde Family Foundations
  • Saint Patrick Community Outreach Inc. - Area human service professionals - 2009-2013 - Area foundations and corporations
  • Vance Avenue Choice Neighborhood Planning Grant - Memphis Housing Authority/Memphis Housing and Com. Dev. - 2010-2012 - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Brownsville Comprehensive Planning Initiative - Brownsville residents and officials - 2011-2012 - State of Tennessee
  • Mississippi River Corridor TN - Shelby County Trail Study - Shelby County residents and officials - 2011-2012 - Shelby County
  • The Green Machine Mobile Food Market - St. Patrick Community Outreach Inc. - 2011-2013 - Area foundations, corporations, and individual donors
Service
  • University of Memphis - Program Director, Graduate Program in CIty and Regional Planning - 2008-2012
  • University of Memphis - SUAPP Executive Committee - 2008-2012
  • University of Memphis - Coordinator, Mid-South Planning and Zoning Institute - 2008-2012
  • University of Memphis - Member, Presiddent's Committee on Urban Design - 2008-2010
  • University of Memphis - Special Promotion Committee for Prof. J. Clay - 2008
  • University of Memphis - Member, Steering Committee, HCD Research Fellowship - 2009-2011
  • University of Memphis - Member, Newman Center Advisory Committee - 2009-2010
  • University of Memphis - College of Arts and Sciences Promotion and Tenure Comm. - 2010-2013
  • University of Memphis - Chair, Search Committee for Public Admin. Prof. and Chair - 2010
  • University of Memphis - Chair, Planners Network National Conference Host Comm. - 2011
  • University of Memphis - Member of President's Advisory Committee on P and T - 2011-2013
  • University of Memphis - Chair, Evolution Institute's QOL Conference Host Comm. - 2011-2012
  • University of Memphis - Scientist-in-charge, Marie Curie Faculty Res. Fellowship - 2011-2012
  • University of Memphis - Writer, Preliminary Draft of Planning Accreditation Board Study -  
Books Published/Reviewed
  •             Reardon, Kenneth M. (1984). American Housing Policy, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 3, 197-198
  •             Reardon, Kenneth M. (1993). Neighborhood Planning in Philadelphia and Chicago, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 2, 72-74
  •             Reardon, Kenneth M. (1997). Revitalizing Urban Neighborhoods, Journal of the American Planning Association, 63-2, 401
  •             Reardon, Kenneth M. (1998). Evaluating Community Development Corporations, Journal of the American Planning Association, 64-1, 367-368
  •             Reardon, Kenneth M. (2000). Introduction to Participatory Action Research, Journal of the American Planning Association, 66-1
  •             Reardon, Kenneth M. (2001). Renewing Hope within Neighborhoods of Despair: The Community-Based Development Model, Journal of Planning Literature,
  •             Volume 15, Number 4, May, pp. 526-527
  •             Reardon, Kenneth M. (2002). American Project: The Rise and Fall of a Modern Ghetto, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 22, 87-91
  •             Reardon, Kenneth M. (2002). Between Eminence and Notoriety: Four Decades of Radical Planning, Shelterforce, May/June, pp. 26, 29
  •             Reardon, Kenneth M. (2005). Credit to the Community: Community Reinvestment and Fair Lending Policy in the United States, City and Community. Volume 4,
  •             Number 3, Summer, 324-326
Journal Articles
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (1991). Action Research in East St. Louis. Planning and Public Policy, 1, 1-3.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (1993). The Fire Next Time. Colloquia: Cornell Journal of Planning and Urban Issues, Spring, Volume 8, 1, 10-11.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M., John Welsh, Brian Kreiswith, and John Forester. (1993). Participatory Action Research from the Inside: Community Development Practice in East St. Louis. The American Sociologist, 1, 69-91.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (1994). Undergraduate Research in Distressed Communities: An Undervalued Form of Service-Learning. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 1, 45-54.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (1995). Creating University/Community Partnerships That Work: Lessons from the East St. Louis Action Research Project. Metropolitan Universities: An International Forum, 2, 47-59.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (1995). Community Building in East St. Louis: The Illinois Avenue Playground. American Institute of Certified Planners' Casebook Series, 16, 1-13.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (1995). Creating A Contract for "The Other America." Colloqui: Cornell Journal of Planning and Urban Issues, Spring, Volume 10, 54-57.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (1997). East St. Louis: Back From the Brink. Gateway Heritage: Journal of the Missouri Historical Society, 18-3, 4-14.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (1997). Institutionalizing Community Service-Learning at a Research Campus. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 4-1, 130-135.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (1998). Urban Planning Scholarship and Human Subjects Review. Clinical Law Review, 5-1, 318-323.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (1998). Combating Racism through Planning Education: Lessons from the East St. Louis Action Research Project. Planning Practice and Research, 14-4, 421-432.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (1998). Enhancing the Organizational Capacity of Community-Based Organizations in East St. Louis. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 17-4, 323-333.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2000). An Experiential Approach to Creating a Community/University Partnership That Works: The East St. Louis Action Research Project. Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 5-1, 59-74.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2000). East St. Louis: A City in Evolution. Planning Magazine, September, 20-23.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. with Thomas Shields. (2000). Town-Gown Conflicts: Community/University Partnerships in the 90s. Planners Network Reader, September 2000, 7-10.
  • Reardon, Kenneth and Joshua Abrams. (2002). A How-To Guide to Inclusive Planning Participatory Neighborhood Planning Emerges High Above Cayuga’s Waters, Progressive Planning: The Magazine of Planners Network, Summer, No. 152, pp. 20-23.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2002). Making Waves Along the Mississippi: The East St. Louis Action Research Project. New Village Journal: Building Sustainable Cultures, 3, 16-23.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2003). Riding the Rails for Social Justice, Shelterforce, March/April No. 128, pp. 8-11.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2005). The Cornell Urban Scholars Program: Cultivating New York City’s Next Generation of Civic Leaders, Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement. Volume 10, Number 2, Spring/Summer, pp. 127-139.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2005). Straight A’s?: Evaluating the Success of Community/University Development Partnerships. Communities and Banking, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Volume 16, Number 3, Summer, pp. 3-10.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2005). Empowerment Planning in East St. Louis: A Peoples’ Response to the Deindustrialization Blues. CITY, Volume 9, Number 1, pp. 85-100.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2006). The Shifting Landscape of New Orleans. Shelterforce, March/April, No. 146.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2007). The Peoples’ Plan: A Cautionary Tale of Equity Planning in New Orleans’ 9th Ward. Progressive Planning: The Magazine of Planners Network, Number 171, Spring, pp, 15-20.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2008). Rebuilding a Community: Lessons from New Orleans, in the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s publication, Communities and Banking, Volume 18, Number 2, March/April, pp. 13-15.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2008). Promoting Social Equity in New Orleans’ 9th Ward, Campus Current, Winter 2008, pp. 1-2.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M., Marcel Ionescu Heroiu, and Andrew J. Rumbach, (2008). Equity Planning in Post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans: Lessons From the Ninth Ward, Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 13:4, November.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2008). Saul Alinsky Would Have Liked This Guy! Journal of Planning Theory and Practice. Volume 9, No. 1, 125-127, March.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2008). Planner Profile: Kenneth M. Reardon. Journal of Planning Theory and Practice. November.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. Lisa Bates, Rebecca Green, and Richard Kiely. (2008). Overcoming the Challenges of Post-Disaster Planning in New Orleans: Lessons from the ACORN Housing/University Consortium (AHUC), Journal of Planning Education and Research, (Accepted September 2008).
  • Reardon, Kenneth M., Marcel Ionescu Heroiu, and Andrew J. Rumbach, (2008). Equity
  • Planning in Post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans: Lessons From the Ninth Ward, Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 13:4,                                       November.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2008). Planning Hope and Struggle in Post-Katrina New Orleans: Reflections on the New Orleans Planning Initiative, Journal of Planning Theory    and Practice. Volume 9, Number 4, 55. 518-540.
  • Pennington, Katherine Lambert and Kenneth M. Reardon (2011) Revitalizing South Memphis through an Interdisciplinary Community-University Development             Partnership, Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 17-2, Spring, pp. 59 - 70.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2011) Community-Based Planning, Encyclopedia of Quality of Life Research, Alex C. Michalos (Ed.) Dordrecht, Germany: Springer Publishing            Company.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2013) Asset-Based Community Development, Encyclopedia of Action Research, edited by Mary Brydon-Miller and David Coughlin, Thousand
  • Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Inc.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. and L. Saija. (2013) Experiential Learning, Encyclopedia of Action Research, edited by Mary Brydon-Miller and David Coughlin, Thousand
  • Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2013) Seeking a Choice for Public Housing Tenants: Case Study
  • of a Campaign in Memphis. Social Policy: Organizing for Economic and SocialJustice, March/April, (http://www.socialpolicy.org).
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (2013) Pushing Back Against the Demolition Juggernaut Shelterforce, March/April.
Presentations
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. 2009. Making Waves Along the Mississippi: Lessons from New Orleans’ 9th Ward and Introduction to Participatory Action Research, Politics and Ethics of Qualitative Research, European Science Foundation, Warsaw, Poland
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. 2009. Re-visiting the Ladder of Citizen Participation, Technion University, Haifa, Israel 
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. 2009. Community-Based Organizing, Planning, and Development in Sicily, Annual Vivisimeto Citizens’ Conference, University of Catania, Sicily, Italy
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. 2013. Promoting Effective Community/University Partnerships: The American Experience, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (October, 2002) Overcoming Racial and Class Barriers to Promote Regional Growth, St. Louis Focus 2004, St. Louis, MO
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (October, 2002) Participatory Planning and Development in East St. Louis, Cornell Club of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (April, 2003) Principles of Good Practice in Experiential Education, Public Service Center, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (December, 2005) Promoting Transformational Change Within Professional Planning Students: The East St. Louis Experience, Student Leadership Forum, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (January, 2006) Building Sustainable, Equitable, and Democratic Communities Through Empowerment Planning, Department of Urban Planning and Landscape Architecture, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Amherst, MA
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (February, 2006) The Future of the Planning Profession, College of Architecture, Preservation, and Planning, Columbia University, New York, NY
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (March, 2006) The Thrills, Spills, and Chills of Community/University Development Partnerships, Mount Wachusetts Community College, Gardiner MA
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (September, 2006) Promoting Transformative Learning Through Service-Learning, Faculty Development Series, University of Southern Maine at Farmington, Farmington, ME
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (September, 2006) Emerging Principles of Good Practice for Community/University Development Partnerships, Center for Service-Learning, Colby College, Waterville, ME
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (October, 2006) Case Studies in Effective Town/Gown Development Partnerships, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (November, 2006) Pursuing Equity Planning in the Big Easy: Creating a Recovery Plan for New Orleans’ 9th Ward, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Portland State University, Portland. OR
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (January, 2007) Principles and Methods for Effective Service-Learning, College of Arts and Sciences, Salem State College, Salem, MA
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (January, 2007) Best Practices in Community/University Development Partnerships, College of Professional Practice, Wright State University, Dayton, OH
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (March, 2007) Pursuing Equity Planning in East St. Louis and New Orleans: Lessons from the Field, School of Urban Affairs and Policy Analysis, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (April, 2007) Principles of Good Practice for Effective Community/ University Partnerships, Service-Learning Center, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (April, 2007) Promoting Social Justice within the New Orleans Recovery Planning Process, Cornell Club of Detroit, Dearborn Park, MI
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (October, 2007) Transformational Learning Through Civic Engagement, Columbus State Community College, Columbus, OH
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (January, 2008) Making Waves Along the Mississippi River: The East St. Louis and New Orleans Cases, Jonathan Tisch School of Public Service, Tufts University, Medford, MA
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (February, 2008) Promoting Sustainable Partnerships for Community Transformation: The Role of Reciprocal Learning, Elon University, Elon, NC
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (March, 2008) Promoting Transformational Change: East St. Louis and New Orleans, College of Community Development, University of Southern New Hampshire, Manchester, NH
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (April, 2008) New Orleans Planning Initiative: Promoting Equitable Development in Post-Katrina New Orleans, Sunday Vespers Service, Sage Chapel, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (June, 2008) Promoting Social Equity in Post-Katrina New Orleans, Fairfield County Alumni Club, Cornell University, Westport, CT
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (June 2008) Making Waves Along the Mississippi: Equity Planning in Post-Katrina New Orleans, New York City Alumni Association, Cornell University, New York, New York
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (October 2008) Overcoming the Obstacles to Successful Redevelopment in New Orleans, College of Environmental Design, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (January, 2009) Income and Power Redistribution Through Planning, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (March, 2009) Promoting Transformational Learning through Civic Engagement: Yes We Can!” Duke University, Raleigh, NC
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (April, 2009) Promoting Transformational Change through Empowerment Planning, Leadership Memphis, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (September, 2009) Bottom-Up, Bottom-Sideways Planning: The Case of South Memphis, Memphis Kiwanis Club, Peabody Hotel, Memphis, TN
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (June, 2010) Advancing Food Security in South Memphis, Lambda Alpha, Memphis Racquet Club, Memphis, TN
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (September, 2010) Living a Life of Commitment: The Challenge of Tikkum Olam, Temple Beth Israel, Memphis, TN
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (October, 2010) The Pursuit of Justice in Post-Katrina New Orleans, School of Architecture and Environmental Design, Texas A and M, College Station, TX
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (October, 2010) Building the Just City through Equity Planning, Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (December, 2010) Building a Healthy Neighborhood through Enlightened Food Policy and Action, Faculty Committee on Service-Learning Brown Bag Luncheon Series, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (March, 2011) Building a Movement to Advance Social Justice in the Bluff City, University of Groningen, Memphis, TN
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (March, 2011) Public Health and the Built Environment, Alabama Chapter of the American Planning Association, Eufalla, AL
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (March, 2011) Promoting the Scholarship of Engagement during Tough Economic Times, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (September, 2011) Supporting Community Health through Urban Food Security Policies, School of Health and Behavioral Sciences, University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (October, 2011) Promoting Participatory Democracy through Empowerment Planning: Reflections upon New Orleans and Memphis, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, MA
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (November, 2011) Promoting Social Justice through Empowerment Planning, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (January, 2012) Advancing Public Health through the Pursuit of Urban Food Security, Ph.D. Program in Nursing, University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (April, 2012) Promoting Improved Health through Enhanced Food Access, Preventative Health Seminar, UT School of Medicine, Memphis, TN
  • Reardon, Kenneth M. (October, 2012) Enhancing Health Equity in South Memphis, Hollis Price School of Excellence, Memphis, TN