Howard Robboy
Associate Professor Emeritus of Sociology

Higher Ed

  • Security
  • Student life

Howard Robboy is a retired (from teaching) sociologist who has studied and been an activist in campus crime; sexual assaults; fraternity hazing; the intentional hiding of sexual assaults; criteria for a responsible campus; duel and tri campus justice systems; the use of inter-fraternity counselors to hide crimes; pig books; protection of athletes from negative labeling and prosecution; the use of fraternities as “profit centers”; and related areas since the mid-1990s. He has presented papers at professional meetings and has been interviewed by print and TV journalists. Robboy has served as a member of the advisory board of the Clery Center’s nonprofit, Security on Campus Inc., for five years.