202 Graduate Education Building
Department of Education Reform
College of Education and Health Professions
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (479) 575-5889
FAX: (479) 575-3196
A native of eastern Arkansas, Reed Greenwood attended the University of Arkansas, earning a B.S.E. in mathematics and social studies, an M.Ed. in education administration and an Ed.D. in counselor education in 1974. Early in his career, he taught mathematics in public schools in New Mexico and Arkansas and served as a rehabilitation counselor and assistant director of Arkansas Rehabilitation Services for the Blind. In his 35 years with the college, he has served as director of research and coordinator of rehabilitation education; director of research and faculty development and professor in counselor education; and associate dean for research, graduate studies and faculty development. He accepted the position of dean in 2001 and retired in 2009 to return to the faculty. His university and community service has included serving on the Arkansas Blue Ribbon Commission for Public Education, co-chairing the Martin Luther King Planning Committee, serving on the Fayetteville Board of Education, chairing the Walton Arts Council and the North Arkansas Symphony Orchestra Board, and chairing the chancellor’s committee to develop joint programs with Northwest Arkansas Community College.