Professor Justin Robinson
Professor Robinson oversees the Office of the Board for Undergraduate Studies (OBUS). The OBUS is charged with responsibility for policy, quality and regionality in developing and coordinating policy initiatives to guide all aspects of undergraduate and sub-degree programming at The UWI and its regional and global affiliates.
Professor Robinson has served The UWI for 24 years and continues to have an illustrious career that spans teaching, programme coordination, research, university administration and public service.
He first joined the Cave Hill Campus as a Lecturer in the Department of Management Studies in 1997. In 2003, he was promoted to Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, serving in that capacity until 2007. Subsequently, he returned to teaching in Management as Senior Lecturer and then served as Head of the Department of Management for five years.
In 2012, he became Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and has held several other responsibilities at Cave Hill, including campus representative on the University Council and the Board for Undergraduate Studies.
He also served as a member of the task force, ‘Creation of an Entrepreneurial University’ in 2016, and a member of the task force for the establishment of a Faculty of Sport in 2017.
In 2020, Professor Robinson became the Head of the Department of Economics and Executive Director & CEO Ag. of the Sagicor Cave Hill School of Business and Management.
Professor Robinson has led the development of several BSc and MSc programmes, including the BSc and MSc Banking and Finance programmes and the BSc Management with concentrations in Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business
and Marketing. He has also served as supervisor to a total of 12 PhD and 15 MPhil students, to date.
Professor Robinson has been an invited presenter at prestigious conferences around the world, as far as Qatar.
His noteworthy portfolio of public service to national, regional, and international public and scholarly bodies spans positions such as Director of the Central Bank of Barbados, First Vice President of the Barbados Museum & Historical Society, Financial Advisor to the Barbados Co-operative Credit Union League, Financial Advisor to Windward Islands Farmers’ Association (WINFA), Chair of the Barbados National Insurance Scheme, Member of the Council of Economic Advisors, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Member of the ISSA Social Security Investments Expert Panel, and Member of the Oversight Committee on State-Owned Enterprises in Barbados.