Texas A&M School of Dentistry


Cultivating resilience

Instead of being told to “grind through it,” students are learning how to take better care of themselves through the school’s new Mental Health and Wellness Committee - a collaborative effort between faculty, alumni and students.


Featured Stories

  • Looking for the light

    The odds were stacked against dental hygiene graduate Kaitlin Jarman from day one, but fueled by faith and boundless energy, she has focused on the positive as she set out to build her own life.

  • Forging his own path

    Jorge Morillo's bright smile and positive attitude might lead some people to think dental school is easy, but there was a time he questioned his future in the field.

  • Cue the wedding bells

    Graduating dental students Erik Hager and Cara Coffman first met while interviewing at another dental school. Although it was not love at first sight, fate brought them both to Texas A&M School of Dentistry where friendship bloomed into romance.

Latest Stories

  • Working to the same standard

    Dental hygiene professor Brandy Cowen studied the faculty calibration process and presented her findings at the 2024 ADEA Allied Dental Program Directors' Conference.

  • Carving his own path

    There comes a point in every dental and dental hygiene student’s career when they have to ask themselves an important question: What’s next? For Dr. Richard Rodriguez ’21, his answer to this question took him to The Last Frontier, where he serves as a public health dentist in Anchorage, Alaska.

  • Expanding student scholarship

    Texas A&M School of Dentistry prides itself as a leading research institution, and to better support this mission, the Office of Academic Affairs has revived its Educational Research Grant Program.