Dr. Reardon has held full-time counseling and teaching positions at FSU since 1966, when he was first employed as a counselor in the Counseling Center. Now retired as a faculty member, he remains a Senior Research Associate in the Center for the Study of Technology in Counseling and Career Development. He has co-authored 11 books, including Career Development and Services: A Cognitive Approach (2004, with Janet Lenz, Jim Sampson, & Gary Peterson). Dr. Reardon has published more than 90 articles in professional journals, focusing on the research and development of innovative career interventions for college students and adults, and featuring the use of educational and occupational information. He has also received multiple awards for his contributions.
Dr. Janet Lenz is the Program Director for Instruction, Research, & Evaluation in the Florida State University Career Center, and an Assistant-In faculty member in the Florida State University College of Education's Department of Educational Psychology and Learning Systems (EPLS). Dr. Lenz coordinates the Ed.S./Master's career counseling specialty within the EPLS Psychological Services in Education program. She also serves as the Co-Director of FSU's Center for the Study of Technology in Counseling and Career Development. Dr. Lenz is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), Master Career Counselor (MCC), and a Career Development Facilitator Instructor. She is past-president of the National Career Development Association (NCDA) and an NCDA Fellow.
A native of England, John J. Reich was trained as a classical archaeologist and did both his undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Manchester. He is an authority on Minoan civilization, pre-Roman Italy, and music. Professor Reich is associated with the Syracuse University study program in Florence, Italy. Reich lectures frequently in Europe and the United States on history, art, and the humanities and is the author of many scholarly articles and several books, including ITALY BEFORE ROME (1979).