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Please be sure and mark your calendars for the following event!
Texas Reception at ADA
Tri School Alumni – Texas Reception
During the ADA Session in Denver
Friday, October 21, 2016 - 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center Centennial Ballroom, Salon E
Congratulations, new alums!
Association president announces college name change to alums
Dear Fellow Alumnus:
Yesterday evening (May 31, 2016) it was announced to the college’s faculty and through the Texas A&M University news site that Texas A&M University College of Dentistry’s name was being changed to Texas A&M University College of Dentistry. Texas A&M Today post: http://today.tamu.edu/2016/05/31/texas-am-further-unifies-brand-with-college-of-dentistry-name-change/
The timing of the announcement was a surprise, but considering that we’ve been part of the A&M System for 20 years, we were not shocked. Dean Wolinsky and his senior administrators will work with the University and the Health Science Center to try to make this transition as smooth as possible.
Celebrating the 2016 Distinguished Alumnus Dr. Tommy Harrison, as well as milestone graduation years, including the Class of 1966
2015 SWDC Homecoming Reception and Class of ’65, 50th year reunion at Omni Hotel in Dallas
2015 Caruth School of Dental Hygiene Luncheon and Class of ’65 reunion
Beekeeping, tending cattle and managing a dental practice: It’s all in a day’s work for your alumni president.
From the bitter freezes of January to the sweltering stretches of July, inside the hive, it’s a steady 90-plus degrees. Or at least it should be. The bees need to maintain this temperature to survive.
In summer months, they’ll carry nectar in their mouths to the hive, regurgitate it, and flap their wings, helping the water to evaporate from the nectar, and in the process, providing natural air conditioning.
In the winter months, “heater bees” warm the hive’s close-knit quarters within the 14×18-inch wooden boxes.
These are just a few tidbits we get from Dr. Lee Kavanagh ’02, a part-time beekeeper and full-time dentist, who in May assumed presidency of the College of Dentistry Alumni Association.
Father and son orthodontists R.G. “Wick” and Moody Alexander can say they’ve set several generations of the city’s teeth on a straight path.
Drs. Alexander Orthodontics at 840 W. Mitchell St. has been in operation for 50 years, treating more than 17,500 children and adults.
Add to that the thousands of people who have benefited from Wick Alexander’s own Alexander LTS Bracket technique, which has been taught to orthodontists worldwide.
Alexander still instructs on his technique all over the world, and this year alone has visited China, Japan and Germany. The bracket-bracing system makes straightening teeth “a little easier and there’s less discomfort,” said Alexander. He is also a clinical professor of orthodontics at Texas A&M University College of Dentistry.
Q&A with Dr. Celeste Latham '97
Former Alumni Association president Dr. Celeste Latham ’97 tackles family life, career and leadership with focus that is far from single-minded.
By sharing responsibilities with family and colleagues, this professional and mother of two young children is able to achieve the balance she desires.
Read more on her life outlook and strategies in NewsStand.
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2016 Membership Campaign
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Simply download the Contribution Form, fill it in and send it to us.
Note: Your membership fees are deposited in the Alumni Association account managed by the Baylor Oral Health Foundation (tax exempt 501(c) 3) charitable organization. Because your fees are tax deductible, you will receive a letter from the Foundation for tax purposes.
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Your Source for What's Going on at College of Dentistry
We are pleased to share with you an exciting development from the Office of Advancement, Communications & Alumni Relations at Texas A&M College of Dentistry. Read all college news and updates on your alma mater's web publication, Dentistry Insider.
This site was created with our college's community in mind. In one centralized news hub, Dentistry Insider content will include information that formerly was found in the Baylor Dental Record Online, NewsStand as well as news articles and features from the college's magazine, the Baylor Dental Journal, which remains in print format.
The Record Online has been the college's dependable source for web news for more than 10 years. While the BDRO as we've come to know it is going away, Dentistry Insider will provide the same quality coverage with several distinct enhancements, including:
- daily/weekly postings, so you receive frequent, up-to-date information
- responsive design, so you can read college news articles on your computer, mobile device or tablet with ease
- weekly emails and RSS feed subscriptions, so you can be the first to know when college developments break
We hope you will enjoy using this new resource. In the meantime, please direct any comments or questions to Jenny Fuentes in the Office of Advancement, Communications & Alumni Relations at 214.828.8358 or email@example.com. And don't forget to send story ideas and/or news to Jenny as well.
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Support Your Alumni Association
All graduates become full members of the Texas A&M College of Dentistry Alumni Association.
The College of Dentistry Alumni Association provides a variety of opportunities for alums to stay connected with the school and each other. To find out more about the Alumni Association and how you get involved, call the alumni relations office at the college at 214.828.8202.
The Alumni Association members are exceptional professionals and are leaders in local, state and national dental organizations. Our alumni also are active volunteers in their communities through local government, nonprofit organizations, places of worship, schools, etc. Many alumni come back to the school to teach while maintaining outside dental practices. Others mentor prospective dental students or volunteer as members of our alumni or foundation boards.