Clay D. Hanks, Ph.D.
Ph.D., M.P.A., B.A.
Facilities, Utilities, Safety and Security
Clinical Building 1 / 8441 State Highway 47 / Suite 4130
Bryan, Texas 77807
Education and Qualifications
Dr. Hanks has over thirty years combined experience in construction, human resources, contracts, safety, research, and higher education business administration; including experience as a Principal Investigator and Co-Principal Investigator on his own extra-mural research/survey projects in the areas of drug-alcohol abuse, workers’ compensation, bicycle safety, crime, and industrial distribution. He has co-authored published articles in economic journals, published book reviews, and co-authored a solutions manual to accompany a statistical methods textbook. Dr. Hanks received his bachelors, masters and doctorate from Texas A&M University.
Welcome to new employees (PDF document)
Hanks C. Book Review. Terminating Public Programs: An American Political Paradox. Mark R. Daniels. Southeastern Political Review 27: 218-219.
Hanks C, Bernstein RA, Dyer JA. Instructor’s Manual. An Introduction to Political Science Methods. 3rd Edition. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall.
Burke D, Crane LM, Hanks, C. Highway District Employment Effects of Transportation Expenditures. Transportation Research Record 1101: 191-207.
Burke D, Crane LM, Hanks C. "Impact of Highway Construction Expenditures on Economic Growth, Tourism, Planning Policies, and Transportation.” Southeastern Journal of Economic Abstracts 11: 37-39.
Burke, D, Crane, LM, Hanks C. Economic Effects of Transportation Expenditures on Employment and Income Levels with Highway Districts. Research Report 1106-4F, Texas Transportation Institute & State Department of Highways and Public Transportation in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration.