Texas A&M School of Dentistry

Empathy training through simulations

Helping students better serve patients with disabilities Read More

A Day In Their Scrubs

Meet D1 Madeline Lynn Read More

Why I Teach: Part 4

Alejandra “Alex” Garcia, adjunct clinical professor in dental hygiene and Caruth School of Dental Hygiene alumna Read More

Miles for Smiles raises $9,500

Despite the famous rivalry between the two universities, Texas A&M and the University of Texas also have a history of collaboration for good causes. One such example took place at Dallas’ Exall Park on April 9 with Miles for Smiles. ... Read More

Proud Legacy

After a two-year delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Orthodontics hosted an April 8 gathering to officially dedicate the Dr. Phillip M. Campbell Orthodontic Clinic in Texas A&M College of Dentistry’s Clinic and Education Building. “This is ... Read More

A good day for student research

Texas A&M College of Dentistry takes pride in the level of scholarship instilled in its students. This was on full display April 6 with the 47th Student Scholars and Research Day, featuring dental, dental hygiene and graduate students. Typically held ... Read More

Faculty member reps school and specialty on national commission

Dr. Gayle Glenn, clinical assistant professor and orthodontic clinic director, is the newly elected vice chair of the National Commission on Recognition of Dental Specialties and Certifying Boards. Her one-year term officially begins this October, followed by eligibility to be ... Read More

Space for discovery

Texas A&M College of Dentistry students have access to a new interest group, the Pre-Prosthodontics Society, to advance their knowledge and exposure to the field of prosthodontics. D3 Robert Sutton kindled the idea for the organization as a D2 student, ... Read More

Dr. Matt Kesterke

Why I teach: Part 3

Dr. Matthew Kesterke, instructional assistant professor in biomedical sciences Read More