Brad Robison

Brad Robison has served as a volunteer for the Oklahoma City National Memorial since1997 and in 1998 began working as an archivist. In 2000 Robison developed a library/information center dedicated to preparedness and prevention of terrorism for the Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism. Later known as the Lawson Terrorism Information Center, the print and electronic resources gained international acclaim for its quality and quantity of lessons learned.

Robison has a doctoral degree in higher education administration from Oklahoma State University and has been a professor at Oklahoma Christian University, adjunct instructor at Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City campus and University of Central Oklahoma, and Coordinator of Archives and Special Projects at Rose State College.

Hall of Fame Inductee

Brad Robison
was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in

Recent Publications


If the Fence Could Talk

On April 19, 1995, a bombing in Oklahoma City killed 168 people and injured hundreds more. A fence was erected around two city blocks to protect the site during the rescue and recovery efforts. This event changed Oklahoma City forever.