Dr. Robison is born in Orlinda, Tennessee to Fount Love and Martha Desha Robison.
Dr. Robison receives a Bachelor of Arts from Denison University.
Dr. Robison becomes a teacher at Dag Hammarshjold Junior High School in Wallingford, Connecticut.
Dr. Robison receives a Master of Library Science from Emory University.
Dr. Robison becomes an assistant librarian, architecture librarian, and lecturer at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Robison becomes head of circulation at Georgia State University.
Dr. Robinson becomes an assistant professor and then associate professor at Georgia State University.
Dr. Robison becomes a full professor and associate librarian at Georgia State University.
Dr. Robison receives a Doctor of Philosophy from Georgia State University.
Dr. Robison receives the Woman of Achievement Award from the YWCA.
Dr. Robison earns the title of Professor Emeritus at Georgia State University.
The Carolyn L. Robison Library Award Endowment is established by the Georgia State University Foundation.