Tarleton State University today officially adopted a five-year strategic plan to improve the prevention of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, and improve campus response. The plan follows a yearlong conversation with school leaders as well as experts and professionals across the country.
Approximately 1,350 FFA members and agricultural science instructors from across the state will gather on the campus of Tarleton State University Thursday, April 27, to compete for the chance to represent the Texas FFA Association in National FFA Career Development Events (CDE).
Thomas Rudolph, a Fort Worth business major at Tarleton State University, is one of 18 top winners announced Monday in the TCU Neely Entrepreneurship Center 2017 Values and Ventures Competition.
Dr. Cessna Winslow, an assistant professor in the Communication Studies Department at Tarleton State University, will be the featured speaker at TOGETHER! Engaging Women–Empowering Girls April 29 in St. Louis, Mo.
Tarleton State University’s W.K. Gordon Center for Industrial History of Texas will honor Dr. T. Lindsay Baker Sunday, May 7, with a book signing and retirement reception.
Stephenville-based Flight Reach Productions (FRP)—owned by Tarleton State University senior Fisher Rinderknecht—took top prize in the school’s Entrepreneurs of Erath (EoErath) business plan contest during an awards luncheon today on the Stephenville campus.
Three Tarleton State University students have been selected for special recognition in the 23rd volume of Anthology, the student literary publication released to the public on Thursday during a reception in the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center.
Dr. Liza P. Benedict, assistant professor of communication studies at Tarleton State University, has been named vice president for the Southwest Education Council for Journalism and Mass Communication (SWECJMC).
The Tarleton State University Police Department will offer a one-day Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) training session on Saturday, April 22, for female students, faculty, staff and area residents.
Dr. Rusty Freed has been selected associate vice president of Tarleton State University’s outreach and off-campus programs following an extensive search.