October 16, 2014

A Tapestry of Woven Tales: The Legacy of John J. McDermott

Reprinted with permission from Spirit Magazine, a publication of the Texas A&M Foundation. On a Tuesday this April, John J. McDermott greets me from his seat on a bench outside of Nagle Hall. He is six weeks into his convalescence…

March 26, 2014

Prof. Examines Public Policies’ Effects On People’s Health Care Decisions

Laura Dague

Bush School Professor Laura Dague says her research looks at how public policy affects health insurance and how policy affects people’s decisions.

February 24, 2014

The Potential Healing Power Of Talking With Your Doctor

Richard Street

The research of Richard Street, professor of communication and research professor of medicine, focuses on the quality of clinician-patient communication and how it can be improved to contribute to better health outcomes.

January 22, 2014

TAMHSC Prof’s Idea Becomes A Business Venture

Mark Benden

An ergonomic engineer by trade, Mark Benden, Ph.D., CPE, is always on the lookout for the latest and greatest innovative solutions to solve some of the most complex public health issues. Ten years ago, Benden developed workstations that would allow productivity while combating sedentary lifestyles – and so the idea of stand-biased desks was born.

December 4, 2013

Bush School Prof. Studies Innovative Ways To Ensure Long-Term National Security

Joseph Cerami

Joseph Cerami, senior lecturer and director of the Public Service Leadership Program at Texas A&M’s Bush School of Government and Public Service, has devoted his efforts to studying how innovative ideas and concepts can be successfully used to affect long-term national security issues such as controlling the spread of weapons of mass destruction.

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