Robert D. “Bob” Hull, a former member of the Virginia House of Delegates, was recently named the community outreach specialist for the Annandale Campus of Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA). Hull began his new position on January 10.
“I am pleased that Bob has accepted this position,” said Annandale Campus Provost Barbara Saperstone. “He brings not only a deep understanding of the diverse communities around the Annandale Campus, but he also shows an enthusiasm for working with people.” Hull is responsible for providing leadership in building and promoting positive relationships between the Annandale Campus, its constituency groups, and stakeholders in the campus service area.
He will also build on- campus and off-campus awareness of NOVA activities, events, programs, and services. “I am excited to return to NOVA, where I earned my associate degree,” said Hull. “The community college system is one of the great jewels in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and NOVA is the crown jewel. I am eager to spread the word about what the Annandale Campus has to offer. Many people do not realize the high quality of instruction at NOVA,” Hull stated. “Our class sizes are small, our faculty include a large number of Ph.D.’s and nationally and internationally recognized experts in their fields, and our tuition is low. That combined with our guaranteed admission agreements with Virginia universities provides a huge value to students.”
Hull represented Virginia’s 38th district in the General Assembly’s House of Delegates for 17 years.