Tarleton State University hosts its first Hire Education Speaker Series beginning on Wednesday, Feb. 13, with guest speaker Brandon Busteed.
For the fourth straight year, Tarleton State University’s trumpet ensemble advances to the prestigious National Trumpet Competition (NTC).
Harvard professor Dr. Eric Mazur will keynote the annual Excellence in Teaching luncheon, which highlights Celebrate Teaching Week on the campus of Tarleton State University. The event begins at noon Friday, Feb. 8, in the ballrooms of the Thompson Student Center.
Following a unanimous decision by the Student Government Association and the President’s Cabinet, all of Tarleton’s 14 intercollegiate athletic teams will unite under the Texans name beginning in August.
“Let All Men Sing,” a weekend choral clinic presented by the Tarleton State University Department of Fine Arts, is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 1, and Saturday, Feb. 2, in the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center in Stephenville.
Longtime Texas businessman and Tarleton State University Distinguished Alumnus Mike A. Myers received the prestigious Mirabeau B. Lamar Medal yesterday in Austin.
Tarleton State University’s College of Business Administration (COBA) along with Career Services will host the third annual College of Business Administration Job Fair, Tuesday, Feb. 5.
Tarleton State University today received approval from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for its first Ph.D. program. The doctor of philosophy in criminal justice begins this fall, pending a green light from the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Internationally renowned clinician and researcher in the field of traumatic stress and trauma-related disorders, Dr. Colin A. Ross, MD, founder and president of The Colin A. Ross Institute for Psychological Trauma, and Melissa Engle, clinical director and founder of Healing Springs Ranch, provided a free workshop on Jan. 11 for more than 150 participants on Tarleton State University’s Stephenville campus.
A paper by Tarleton State University students detailing damage done by the emerald ash borer has been published the journal Phytologia.