Pan African Cultural Heritage Institute






Dr. Bobby Eugene Mills


Experienced, college and public sector administrator, with proven ability to train, motivate, and supervise personnel. Strong academic background, excellent research credentials, excellent budgetary knowledge, superior knowledge of core curriculum evaluation, and outstanding public speaking and human relations skills.


Executive Director Board Relations         Texas Southern University           1997-1999

Managed the day to day affairs of the Board of Regents. Extensive dealings with policy and procedural research issues, public relations, budgets, and strategic planning issues.


Ass’t Director Inst. Research                    Texas Southern University         1993-1997

Responsible for external reporting to oversight agencies (e.g., Higher Education Coordinating Board),  prepared research “Fact Book” for internal/external purposes, involved in the strategic planning process, and served on the Southern Association Accrediting Committee.  


Research Administrator                              Texas Southern University         1988-1993

Ass’t Director Title III Programs

Prepared internal research reports for departments and colleges, evaluated Title III programs, evaluated budget requests for Title III programs, and assisted with the University strategic planning process.

Associate Professor of Sociology               Texas Southern University         1977-1979

Taught undergraduate and graduate courses in sociology in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Health Administrator                                 Fort Bend Health Dept.               2000-2002

Managed five (5) departments, including oversight of the budget process.

Ass’t Dean Research & Development      Governors State Univ. Ill.           1975-1977

Managed all of the research activities for internal and external reporting to State, Federal, and internal units.

Dean of Instruction (Urban Center)           Monroe College (Roch.,N.Y.)    1967-1969

Oversight responsibility for academic program quality and supervisory responsibility for teaching personnel. 


Ph.D. in Sociology Syracuse University (1976)

M.A.  In Sociology University of Rochester (1968)

B.D.   In Theology Colgate Rochester Divinity School (1966)

B.S.    In Education Barber-Scotia College (1963)

                Contact: 2305 Quiet Bay Street, Pearland, Texas 77584 * 713-823-1028







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