Texas A&M School of Dentistry

Grogan wraps revered career

When Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery faculty and staff members speak of Dr. David Grogan ’81, ’86, words like “wonderful person” and “great guy” roll off their tongues. Grogan retired Aug. 31 as associate professor and department head after ... Read More

Dental school milestone

For the first time in Texas A&M College of Dentistry’s history, females outnumber males in all four dental classes. Read More

Miller named assistant dean

Dr. Barbara Miller has been named assistant dean for recruitment and admissions after serving as executive director of recruitment and admissions at Texas A&M College of Dentistry since 2005. This new title aligns with her peers who hold similar responsibilities at ... Read More

A day in their scrubs

From the moment her sneakers hit the floor each morning, D4 Emily Watson is all in. While dental school can be all-consuming, you won’t find her catching extra winks when she could be outdoors at fitness boot camp. Camp Gladiator ... Read More

A skeletal solution

Jay Groppe could talk about his hard-earned research patent, but the true glory, he’ll tell you, would be leaving a legacy of healing and hope for those who suffer. Read More

A meeting of the ‘nines’

For reunion classes, it was all about the “nines” this year at the seventh annual Caruth School of Dental Hygiene Luncheon on Friday, Aug. 23. The Class of 1969 celebrated its golden anniversary, joined by alumni spanning more than 60 ... Read More

THE WAY I SEE IT: SUSAN ROUNTREE SCHLESSINGER ’79

This Texas native and Caruth School of Dental Hygiene graduate calls Switzerland home. Susan Rountree Schlessinger ’79 has lived and worked in five countries and four languages as a dental hygiene professional. Her experiences elicit an armful of stories, including ... Read More