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The University of Arkansas community first heard Charles Robinson speak when he gave a powerful Martin Luther King Jr. lecture on campus in 1999 as a professor at Houston Community College. Soon after, he joined the University of Arkansas’ history department and now serves as the director of the African American Studies Program. During his tenure, Robinson has received both the Fulbright College Master Teacher Award and the Arkansas Alumni Faculty Distinguished Achievement Award. Although he is not a University of Arkansas graduate, he continues to show his support  for his Arkansas family as an annual member of the Arkansas Alumni Association.

I joined the Alumni Association because of the passion and energy for supporting the university that I saw from Association members.  As an adopted member of the Razorback family, I wanted to express and confirm my commitment to helping our university reach its highest potential.

Share the Pride & Passion with Dr. Charles Robinson and fellow alumni members by joining the Arkansas Alumni Association today!

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