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Natural and Physical Sciences

Blinn's Division of Natural and Physical Sciences offers programs to help you to make a global impact. Learn how to manufacture biopharmaceuticals (Biotechnology Laboratory Sciences), become a fully-credentialed licensed veterinary technician (Veterinary Technology), and so much more.

Programs

Contact Us

Dean

Elmer Godeny, Ph.D.
elmer.godeny@blinn.edu
979-209-7575

Assistant Deans

Beverly Clement
(Chemistry, Geology, and Physics)
bclement@blinn.edu
979-209-7590

Michelle McGehee (Biology)
michelle.mcgehee@blinn.edu
979-209-7378

Department Heads

Rachel Sanchez-McKinley
(Chemistry, Geology, and Physics)
rachel.sanchez@blinn.edu
979-209-8833

Steve Simcik
(Biology - Bryan and RELLIS)
steve.simcik@blinn.edu
979-209-7515

Steve Wood
(Biology - Brenham, Sealy, and Schulenburg)
steve.wood@blinn.edu
979-830-4522

News

Blinn Veterinary Technology Program clinical coordinator named Licensed Veterinary Technician of the Year Blinn Veterinary Technology Program clinical coordinator named Licensed Veterinary Technician of the Year

Leigha Wright recognized by the Texas Veterinary Medical Association for her dedication to students and innovative teaching techniques

Blinn College District accepting applications for more than $400,000 in endowed scholarships Blinn College District accepting applications for more than $400,000 in endowed scholarships

Scholarships are available to students from a wide range of backgrounds, majors, and interests

Blinn Veterinary Technology Program ranks No. 1 in the State of Texas Blinn Veterinary Technology Program ranks No. 1 in the State of Texas

Graduates' first-time national board examination pass rate is No. 1 in the state

Blinn alumna turns passion into a rewarding career through the Veterinary Technology Program Blinn alumna turns passion into a rewarding career through the Veterinary Technology Program

Mindy Borst earns Director's Excellence Award at Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory