Emerging Scholar Desginee, American College Personnel Association — College Student Educators International
Dissertation of the Year, Southern Association for College Student Affairs
Runner-Up for Melvene D. Hardee Dissertation of the Year, NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education
Robbins, C. K. (in press). "White women, racial identity, and learning about racism in graduate preparation programs." Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice.
Robbins, C. K., & Jones, S. R. (in press). "Negotiating racial dissonance: White women’s narratives of resistance, engagement, and transformative action." Journal of College Student Development.
Jones, S. R., LePeau, L. A., & Robbins, C. K. (2013). "Exploring the possibilities and limitations of service-learning: A critical analysis of college student narratives about HIV/AIDS." Journal of Higher Education, 84, 213-238. doi: 10.1353/jhe.2013.0010
Jones, S. R., Robbins, C. K., & LePeau, L. A. (2011). "Negotiating border crossing: Influences of social identity on service-learning outcomes." Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning, 17
“Graduate Students’ Social Identity Construction and Socialization to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion” (Co-PI), Niles Research Grant, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Virginia Tech, $3,000, 2016
“Racial Salience among Education Doctoral Students: A Critical Incident Narrative Inquiry” (PI), Emerging Scholar Designee Research Grant, American College Personnel Association — College Student Educators International, $3,000, 2016-2018