Reginald L. Smith is an Associate Professor of Social Science. In addition to teaching Psychology classes, he also teaches Criminal Justice classes. Mr. Smith, on multiple occasions has served as Chair of the Curriculum Review Committee, Diversity Committee and Co-Chair or member of multiple Middle States Committees. He has also served for a number of years as Social Science Department Coordinator, started the SCC Peace Center, served as S.G.A. advisor and served in numerous other capacities at SCC. Prior to SCC, Mr. Smith worked at Atlantic Community College and Lincoln University. Professor Smith has evaluated gang programs for the city of Philadelphia, welfare programs for the Pennsylvania Department of Welfare, methadone treatment programs in Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago and Detroit. He has served on the Voorhees school board, given numerous speeches, including but not limited to graduation speaker for Salem County Alternative School, Black History speaker at DuPont Chambers Works, Mt. Zion Church, and the Salem County Day of Prayer. Professor Smith has received numerous awards including EOF state and local “Champion Award” on multiple occasions, SCC Employee of the Year, and Salem County NAACP “Educator of the Year”; P.S.E & G Key Opinion Makers. In addition to international travel, Mr. Smith is an avid art collector, especially Asian and African Art. Mr. Smith’s mission is to create a classroom environment where every student feels valued and information is shared in a collaborative, friendly environment.
B.S. Social Work, Lincoln University
M.Ed. Counseling and Guidance, Antioch University
Additional graduate work in Criminal Justice, West Chester University