Dr. Wayne Atchley has been named the new department head for Agricultural and Consumer Sciences in Tarleton State University’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
Tarleton State University is the “Best Place to Work” in Erath County, according to readers’ of the Stephenville Empire-Tribune newspaper who cast ballots in the 2017 Best of Erath County Reader’s Choice contest.
A team from the Texas Institute for Applied Environmental Research (TIAER) at Tarleton State University begins sampling next week along the Gulf Coast to assess Hurricane Harvey’s impact on the environment.
Tarleton State University has named Dr. Teresa Davidian executive director of its Academic Advising Center. She begins her new duties Sept. 1, following an 11-year stint as head of the school’s Department of Fine Arts.
The Tarleton State University Police Department offers a Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) women’s self-defense course beginning Monday, Sept. 11. The free, 12-hour course in four sessions is open to female students, faculty, staff and the general public.
Tarleton State University’s Department of Fine Arts kicks off the fall 2017 season in September with two gallery exhibitions, a Neil Simon production and dinner for ULTRA Club members.
Tarleton State University joins the Lone Star Conference in welcoming eight new member institutions in NCAA Division II athletics competition, effective in Fall 2019.
In observance of Labor Day, Tarleton State University will be closed on Monday, Sept. 4, including the offices of all non-essential services on the main campus in Stephenville.
Tarleton State University’s Francine Esposito Pratt is all about helping other people.
From poetry to fiction to performance, Tarleton State University’s Langdon Review Weekend—always scheduled the week after Labor Day in historic downtown Granbury—beckons authors and artists from across Texas and beyond.