Tallahassee, Fla. (WTXL) - This month marks Dr. Robinson’s 20th anniversary of service to Florida A&M University.
From his work as a professor, researcher, and director in the School of the Environment to his impact as vice president for Academic Affairs and interim president in 2007 and 2012-2014, Dr. Robinson has embodied the University’s mantra, “excellence with caring.”
To honor the prestigious educator, FAMU will hold a tree planting ceremony. An orange tree will be planted at the School of the Environment to signify the impact FAMU and Dr. Robinson have had on environment and agricultural research.
School officials said the tree will forever represent Dr. Robinson's commitment to FAMU and ongoing service to higher education and the research community.
The ceremony will take place on January 20th at 11:30 a.m. at the FAMU School of the Environment.