Dr. Brezenski has taught or designed over thirty courses in nearly every area of Political Science ranging from Law And Government to International Relations. He has been an LSAC Pre Law Advisor for nearly two decades and has served in that capacity at St. Thomas since 2004. An expert on state and community mental health public policy issues, Dr. Brezenski continues to research and act as a consultant in this area. Dr. Brezenski also teaches an immersion class for incoming students in American jurisprudence at St. Thomas University Law School. He has also been a Lector at the Chapel of St. Anthony since 2005.
- Brezenski, Thomas F. (2014) Interest group formation and mental health care consumers in the United States: The effects of stigma, fiscal policy and the Affordable Care Act Journal Of Multidisciplinary Research 3(6)
- Brezenski, Thomas F. (2011) Lessons learned? A comparison of modern state immigration laws and past federal health policy in the stigmatization of minority groups in the United States.” Journal Of Multidisciplinary Research 3(3)