Tarleton State University’s Dick Smith Library hosts “Readings & Sharing Collections: Creativity, Scholarship and Brunch” at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9, to celebrate Research and Scholarship Appreciation Week.
Dr. Marilyn Robitaille, associate professor of English and study abroad director at Tarleton State University, has released a new book, Not by Design: Fifty Poems and Images.
A community-based mediation training program established by Tarleton State University assistant professor Dr. Gary Lacefield has received recognition from the Fort Worth City Council and Mayor Betsy Price, who presented participants with the city’s “Gold Molly” award yesterday.
The championship round of the Eastern New Mexico University rodeo featured 20 purple vests as Tarleton State University’s women’s team captured first place and the men took second at the season-opening National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Southwest Region event.
Nothing brings a community together like Tarleton State University’s Homecoming Parade.
Tarleton State University’s Career Services hosts its annual Fall Job Fair, Thursday, Oct. 4, giving students, alumni and the local community an opportunity to meet with business and industries currently hiring.
Find out more about Tarleton State University’s graduate-level degree programs in Waco on Saturday, Oct. 6, at an open house for prospective students.
Fall performances for Tarleton State University’s Wind Ensemble begin the first week of October with Dr. David Robinson making his conducting debut in his new role as director of bands.
STEPHENVILLE, Texas — Dr. Kelli C. Styron has been appointed interim vice president of Tarleton State University’s Division of Student Affairs. Now dean of the College of Liberal and Fine Arts, she begins her new duties Jan. 1, 2019.
Renowned photographer Kyle Cassidy comes to Tarleton State University as part of the ongoing Speaker Symposium Series to discuss his career, librarians, guns and unusual people.