Professor Reddy developed and taught several interdisciplinary courses related to watershed land use activities [e.g., agriculture industry, livestock industry, energy industry (coal, coal power plants, oil and natural gas, coalbed methane, and uranium), and solid waste generation and disposal] and sustainability of natural resources (e.g., air quality and water quality). A significant portion of the syllabus in these courses emphasizes modeling of watershed physical and chemical processes, emerging environmental issues (e.g., climate change, CO2 mitigation, and arsenic and selenium contamination of drinking water supplies), and protection of natural resources (e.g., remediation of contaminants and best management practices). His undergraduate and graduate courses have attracted students from 21-degree programs on campus. Some of his undergraduate and graduate courses include:
Professor Reddy targeted his research funds to recruit and mentor numerous high school students and teachers, undergraduate and graduate students, and lab technicians and post-doctoral scientists. Dr. Reddy's advising and mentoring program included over 70 students. He also served as a graduate committee member for over 50 students from 3 different colleges (Agriculture, Arts & Sciences, and Engineering and Applied Science). Currently, he is advising 15 undergraduates, 3 M.S, and 1 Ph.D. student, 2 Post-Doctoral scientists, and committee member for 2 Ph.D. and 1 M.S. student. Professor Reddy's graduate students are currently employed by the State and Federal Agencies and Environmental and Engineering consulting firms and some are in Ph.D. programs at different universities. Several of his graduate students were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the research.