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Robin Anderson



Robin Anderson regularly teaches CFS 210 (Development Across the Lifespan) and CFS 220 (Marriage and Family- Intimate Relationships in a Changing Society). She currently teaches 5-6 sections per semester, which include both hybrid and fully online courses. Before teaching at the University of Tennessee, she counseled children and their families through the Head Start Program; introduced and marketed program services to other community service organizations; provided in-home crisis services to the families of abused and neglected children.

Robin enjoys working with students from all disciplines within the Campus system since each brings a new perspective to the classroom experience. Currently, she serves on the University’s College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences General Education Subcommittee.


B.S., Psychology, Florida State University, 1986

M.S., Counseling and Human Systems, Florida State University, 1989

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Contact Information

  • 407-B Jessie Harris Building, Office Hours: In Person - Mondays 9-10am and Tuesdays at 8:30 OR by Zoom Appt.
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