“When the Global is Local: Building a Local, Global Community through Partnership and Pedagogy” in Designing Globally Networked Learning Environments: Visionary Partnerships, Policies, and Pedagogies. Eds. Doreen Starke-Meyerring & M. Wilson., Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. 2008. 170-184.
"The Status of Service in Learning" in Innovative Approaches to the Teaching of Technical Communication. Eds. Tracy Bridgeford, Karla Kitalong, and Dickie Selfe. Logan, UT: Utah State UP, 2004. 15-30.
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute Grant, co-PI with Dr. Bruce Pencek, July 2015, $152,000
National Endowment for the Arts Big Read Grant (a partner with Radford University), April 2015, $15,000
National Council of Teachers of English Research Grant with Nora Bacon, University of Nebraska; Tom Deans, Haverford College; Adrian Wurr, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; Barbara Roswell, Goucher College, 2004–2005, $5000
He is the founding director of the department’s Professional Writing Program and was instrumental in helping to shape the first liberal arts PhD at VT (in Rhetoric and Writing). He is the founding director of the Center for Student Engagement and Community Partnerships (now VT-Engage) and the lead faculty member in Veterans in Society initiative – organized and/or chaired three national conference on Veterans in Society. Dubinsky is also a steering committee member of a county-wide Dialogue on Race that began before the major shootings (e.g., Ferguson, MO; Charleston, SC); additionally, he helped organize four Dialogue on Race Summits (2013 -2016). These included all local police chiefs, town officials (mayor, council representatives), and county officials (board of supervisors, school boards).
Scholarship of Teaching (Pedagogy)
Scholarship of Engagement (Service-Learning)
Professional and Technical Communication
Veterans in Society
Chair, Veterans Caucus
Executive Director, Association for Business Communication