Degrees & Certificates
B.A., Heidelberg College
M.A., Bowling Green State University
M.Ed., Bowling Green State University
Professor Reinhard is an Instructor of Social Sciences within the School of Criminal Justice and Social Sciences. A graduate of Hopewell-Loudon, Professor Reinhard is a life-long resident of rural Tiffin, OH. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Integrated Social Studies Education, 7-12 from Heidelberg College. He then went on to earn two graduate degrees from Bowling Green State University: a Master of Arts degree in Popular Culture and a Master of Education degree in Human Movement, Sport, and Leisure Studies.
Professor Reinhard is a familiar face within the Tiffin University community, having served in various positions throughout the university including adjunct faculty member teaching in all TU schools, success coach, and Coordinator of Student Outreach in Student Affairs during his first two years at the university.
In the local community, he is actively involved in the Bascom United Methodist church, serving as the director of the Ecumenical Vacation Bible School, Board Member, and Bell Choir Director. He also volunteers with F.A.C.T. (Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment) of Seneca County in addition to spending time with family and friends.
Professor Reinhard currently teaches various courses within the School of Criminal Justice and Social Sciences, teaching a great deal of courses required for the Leadership Studies minor as well as advising many of the students that choose to advance their knowledge of leadership skills and theory in conjunction with their major field of study. In addition to teaching within the Leadership Studies program, he also assists in the oversight of the F. J. Miller Leadership Society, a collaborate effort between Academic and Student Affairs. Professor Reinhard also serves as the advisor to student organizations Tailor Made Swagg and the Saudi Student Organization.
Professor Reinhard’s current research interests include popular culture and media studies, theories of everyday living, culinary tourism, and race, gender, and sexuality studies, as well as best practices in leadership development.
Professor Reinhard is a proud member of the Tiffin University and a staunch supporter of student engagement inside and outside the classroom. Go Dragons!