At Tarleton State University, you can print a prototype for a customized orthotic to help a stroke victim strengthen his hand. That’s what one student did. The recipient—Clarence Young—got the real deal this week.
Following an extensive national search, Dr. Quenton R. Dokken has been selected executive director of the Texas Institute for Applied Environmental Research (TIAER) at Tarleton State University. Dokken begins his new duties Nov. 7.
Tarleton State University’s Speaker Symposium Series continues Monday, Nov. 7, when artist Margaret Meehan discusses her Artspace San Antonio exhibition, Decoration Day, an originally commissioned exhibit focused on the hidden stories of female soldiers during the American Civil War.
As part of a scientific field investigation along the Colorado River, a team of faculty and students from Tarleton State University have expanded the number of recorded plant species and varieties in nearby Mills County by 49.
Tarleton State University freshman Henry Shannon has been selected to receive the 2016 Granbury Wine Walk Fine Arts Scholarship.
Tarleton State University’s Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI) presents local and state social media awards-based on Klout Scores and number of followers-at its sixth annual conference on Friday, Nov. 4, in Fort Worth.
Ashley Willits, a Tarleton State University agricultural education major from Copenhagen, N.Y., was elected Eastern Region vice president for the National FFA Organization. She will serve on the 2016-17 national FFA officer team along with students from Delaware, Florida, Minnesota, Texas and South Carolina.
Tarleton State University’s College of Business Administration, along with Career Services, will host the first-ever College of Business Administration Job Fair Tuesday, Nov. 1. The event will allow students, alumni and the community an opportunity to network with select businesses in various industries.
Tarleton State University will close Doc Blanchard Boulevard and revert access to several faculty/staff parking lots on Tuesday, Oct. 25, as part of the ongoing utility and infrastructure project along Vanderbilt Street.
Beginning Monday, Oct. 24, the intersection at St. Peter and Tarleton streets will close as progress continues on Tarleton State University’s utility and infrastructure project.