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Bryan Robinson

Director of Master of Public Administration Program; & Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice


Office: Clayton Hall T103C
Social Sciences
College of Arts & Sciences
BryanRobinson@clayton.edu

Biography

Dr. Robinson is a Criminologist whose research focuses on the role of family, media, and religion on lethal violence. His teaching interest include courses in criminal justice, research methods, and sociology. He has published on and is an avid proponent of Team-Based Learning in the classroom. Dr. Robinson is currently the director of the MPA program and editor of the International Journal of Contemporary Sociology. He also serves as a Title IX investigator and as a member of the student conduct hearing panel. Outside of academia, Dr. Robinson is a fan of Auburn athletics, where both he and his wife attended college, and a father of two.

Education

Ph D, Sociology, State University of New York at Albany, 2012

Awards and Honors

Meadows Award for Excellence in Research, SUNY Albany Department of Sociology, Award, 2008

Presentations

A. Davies Robinson, Bryan Robinson, Predicting Adultery: Examining the Strength of Religion as a Social Bond, American Society of Criminology November 2020

Bryan Robinson, Emotional Labor in the Criminal Justice Classroom, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting April 2020

Bryan Robinson, Managing Challenging Students in the Criminal Justice Classroom, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting April 2020

Service to the University & University System of Georgia

University, Title IX , Other –  September 2019 to Present

University, University Hearing Panel, Committee Member –  September 2019 to Present

College, Arts & Sciences Curriculum Committee, Committee Member –  September 2019 to Present

Service to the Profession

Editor, Journal Editor, International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, International –  2019 to Present

Officer, President/Elect/Past, Teaching, Learning and Scholarship Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), National –  2020 to Present

Committee Member, Program Committe for the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), National –  2020 to 2021

Committee Member, Program Committe for the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), National –  2019 to 2020