Fellows are distinguished individuals whose work in the field of health systems and design merits professional recognition.
To become a fellow, please express your interest to CHSD leadership, who will extend an invitation when appropriate. To accept, you will need to provide your C.V. for the Dean to approve the official appointment.
Individuals must remain active in the CHSD to retain fellow status. Every three years they must be re-appointed at the discretion of the center’s director, after a review of the contributions and activities of the fellow and input by the center council.
Texas A&M University faculty whose research aligns with the interest of CHSD can become faculty fellows. We have the broadest and largest representation of faculty fellows of any organization on campus, including faculty fellows from every college and major discipline at Texas A&M.
School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Small Animal Clinical Sciences
Veterinary Integrative Biosciences
Maritime Business Administration
Faculty members from external universities who contribute to the center can become university fellows.
Professional fellows are luminaries invited to serve as fellows, guest lecturers, and consultants for students. There are 18 Professional Fellows associated with the Center. They are from diverse backgrounds of experience, practice, and industry with insights that assist the center in choosing projects and initiatives that create the best background for our students studying to earn the Certificate in Health Systems & Design.
Meet our Professional Fellows
Harold Adams, Chairman Emeritus, RTKL
Diana Anderson, Steffian Bradley
Craig Beale, HKS, Inc-Dallas, TX
Andrew Dannenberg, University of Washington-Seattle
Nancy Dickey, TAMU-Health Science Center
William Eide, Architect Consultant
Debra Harris, RAD Consultants
Warren Kerr, Haymes Sharley Health Group
Rex Miller, MindSHIFT-Texas
John Pangrazio, NBBJ-Seattle, WA
Ron Skaggs, HKS, Inc-Dallas, TX
Joe Sprague, HKS, Inc-Dallas, TX
Ekanem U. Smart, Community Public Health, Nigeria
Tammy Thompson, Institute for Patient-Centered Design