James A. Robinson
Robinson received his doctorate in political science from Northwestern University in 1958. After a stint at Ohio State University, he subsequently became a professor at UWF, where as president, he established the Marion Viccars Award, which recognizes superior performance and accomplishments of faculty and administrators at UWF. In 1979, as president, Robinson restructured the university’s colleges to traditional arts and sciences, business and education, and switched the university to a semester basis in 1981.
- Decision-making in Congress (1965)
- State Legislative Innovation (1973)
- He is also the author of a biography of President Richard Nixon.
- "about UWF". Pensacola, Florida: University of West Florida. Archived from the original on 5 April 2004.
- "Marion Viccars Award". The Fountain 40 (10): 5. Archived from the original on 30 August 2006.
- "UWF - President's Division - Presidents of UWF July 1964 - 2008<". Pensacola, Florida: University of West Florida. Archived from the original on 15 January 2013.
- Robinson, James Arthur (1965). Decision-making in Congress. Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. OCLC 51526315.
- Robinson, James Arthur (1973). State legislative innovation. New York: Praeger. OCLC 251944194.
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