Robert A. DelGreco, D.Ed.
Associate Professor of Education (Education)
412-397-5495 phone (M)
412-397-6044 fax
Nicholson Center 423

Educational Background

  • Doctorate of Education, Admin. & Policy Studies, University of Pittsburgh, 2000
  • Superintendents Letter of Eligibility, Youngstown State University, 1994
  • Principal Certification , Elementary, Youngstown State University, 1988
  • Master of Education, Higher Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1979
  • Bachelor of Science, Elementary Education, Universtiy of Pittsburgh, 1974

Professional Background

  • 2003-2009 - Superintendent, South Side Area School District
  • 2000-2003 - Elem. Principal, Quaker Valley School District
  • 1991-2000 - Elementary Principal, Moon Area School District
  • 1988-1991 - Elementary Principal, Blackhawk School District
  • 1975-1988 - Elementary/Middle School Teacher, Blackhawk School District

Area of Expertise/Research

  • Leadership
  • Educational Leadership
  • Educational Administration
  • Elementary, Early Childhood, Middle Level Education
  • Service Learning/Student Engagement


  • Del Greco, R, Bernadowski, C., Parker, S. (2018) Using Illustrations to Depict Preservice Teachers' Self-Efficacy:  A Case Study, International Journal of Instruction
  • Bernadowski, C., Perry, R., Del Greco, R., & Parker, S. (2014). START:  A Framework for service learning implementation for preservice teachers, Journal of Education and Training, 1(2), 262-275.
    Bernadowski, C., Perry, R., Del Greco, R. (2013). Improving preservice

    teachers’ self-efficacy through service learning: Lessons learned. International

    Journal of Instruction.

  • Bernadowski, C., Del Greco, R., & Kolencik, P. (2013) Beyond the Textbook:  Using tradebooks and databases to teach our nation's history (grades7-12).  Libraries Unlimited:  ABC-CLIO.


  • 2011 - "Improving School Readiness of At-Risk Students," presented to Beaver County Chief School Administrators
  • 2010 - "From Principal to Superintendent: The Tightrope that School Districts Walk," presented to PACE, Pennsylvania Administrators Council on Education