RachAel robinson-keilig

 

 

Assistant Professor - Tulsa

(918) 660-3492             

rrkeilig@ou.edu

View Dr. Robinson Keilig's Vita

Professional Information

Courses Taught

  • HR 5003 980 Theoretical Foundations
  • HR 5563 980 Career Counseling
  • CSP 880 Appraisal and Evaluation of Individual and Systems
  • EDCEP 202 Career and Life Planning
  • EDCEP 995 Professional Counseling Ethics
  • PSYC 181 Introduction to Psychology
  • EDPS 987 Developmental Perspectives:  Gender and Counseling

Publications

Brown, R. D., Clarke, B., Gortmaker, V., & Robinson-Keilig, R. (2004). Assessing
the campus climate for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (glbt) students using
a multiple perspective approach. Journal of College Student Development, 45(1),
8-26.

Robinson, R. (1997). The influential life and career of Eleanor Emmons Maccoby.
Journal of Psychological Inquiry, 2, 26-29.

Manuscripts Under Revise and Resubmit

Robinson-Keilig, R. A., Yakushko, O., Brown, R. D., Watson, M., & Madabhuski, S. A
campus climate assessment for gay, lesbian and bisexual students: A qualitative
approach. Submitted to Journal of Diversity in Higher Education.

Articles

Robinson-Keilig, R.A. (Winter, 2009). Greif and the loss of a job. EAP Newsletter for
Family Resources of Greater NE

Robinson-Keilig, R.A. (Winter, 2009). Choosing hope. EAP Newsletter for Family
Resources of Greater NE

Conference Presentations


Yakushko, O., Madabhuski, S., Robinson-Keilig, R., & Mack, T. (2007, August).
Assessing feminist spirituality: Creation of a women's spirituality instrument.
Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological
Association, San Francisco, CA.

Robinson-Keilig, R. A. (2006, August). A campus climate assessment for gay, lesbian,
and bisexual students: A qualitative approach. Poster session presented at the
annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.
Watson, M., Thompson, S., Hart, T., Yakushko, O., Robinson-Keilig, R., Mack, T., &

Rasshavaikina, T. (2006, August). Feminist identity and women's view of
themselves and their bodies. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the
American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Robinson-Keilig, R. A., Yakushko, O., Watson, M., Thompson, S., Mack, T. (2005,
August). The role of feminist identity development in women's self esteem. Poster
session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological
Association, Washington, D.C.

Robinson-Keilig, R. A. (2005, August). Women's attitudes towards menstruation.
Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological
Association, Washington, D.C.

Robinson-Keilig, R. A., Gortmaker, V. J., & Clarke, B. (2003, August). Assessing
the campus climate for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender students using a
multiple perspectives approach. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of
the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Robinson, R. A. (1997, April). Breaking the gender code: Peer consequences for
gender transgression. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Nebraska
Counseling Association, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Robinson, R. A. (1996, November). Children and the effects of chronic illness:
Psychological implications and cognitive understanding. Paper presented at the
Joint Convention of the Nebraska Psychological Society and the Association for
the Psychological and Educational Research in Kansas, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Robinson, R. A. (1995, November). The influential life and career of Eleanor Emmons
Maccoby. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Nebraska Psychological
Society, Bellevue, Nebraska.

Honors and Awards Received

Presidential Scholarship: Data and Decisions Academy
Association for Institutional Research, 2010

Professional Development Grant Recipient
Central Community College Foundation, 2010

Karen Dunning Women's Studies Scholarly Paper/Creative Activity Award
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2006

Gretchen Bechtol Lee Fellowship
University of Nebraska – Lincoln, 2005-2006

College of Education and Human Sciences APA Travel Award
University of Nebraska – Lincoln, 2005 & 2006

Additional Information

Dr. Robinson-Keilig received her B.A. in Psychology from Nebraska Wesleyan University; her M.A. in Community Counseling from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; and her doctorate in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in Women’s and Gender Studies from The University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  Dr. Robinson-Keilig completed her pre-doctoral internship with Kansas Statue University and prior to joining OU-Tulsa, was the Institutional Research Coordinator for Central Community College in Grand Island, Nebraska.  She has recently joined the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Relations. 

Dr. Robinson-Keilig;s research interests center around gender, diversity, violence against women, and mental health. Past research projects include a climate study for gay, lesbian and bisexual students, interventions for adolescent females in the juvenile justice system, and women’s spirituality development/self esteem as related to feminist identity development.  Her recent research is looking at reproductive control/coercion within intimate partner violence, treatment outcomes for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault prevention/education, and quality of measures used to assess for trauma and trauma symptoms within the context of intimate partner violence and sexual assault. Dr. Robinson-Keilig is a member of the American Psychological Association, including Div. 17 Society for Counseling Psychology and Div. 35 Society for the Psychology of Women.