A former Blinn College vice-president is returning to the Brenham capus.
Dr. Pamela Anglin has been named Blinn’s new vice president for academic affairs.
Anglin, a 33-year veteran of higher education administration and the current president at Paris Junior College, will begin her new duties Jan. 1.
Blinn President, Dr. Harold Nolte says Anglin is going to be an outstanding addition to Blinn College, and that she “has a well-established record of strengthening academic excellence and her student-oriented style of leadership will help Blinn build on its momentum as one of the top community colleges in the nation.”
While at Paris, Anglin oversaw a 110 percent enrollment increase.
She was Blinn’s vice president of business services from 1994-96, as Blinn completed construction of its Bryan campus, renovated its residence halls and developed and taught a leadership course for students.
She earned her associate’s degree from Grayson County College before earning her bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University and her master’s from Texas Christian University.
Anglin succeeds Debra LaCour, who retired in August after 25 years of service.