Tarleton State University College of Health Sciences and Human Services Associate Dean Julie Merriman delivered an invited presentation at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Ga., May 7.
Cheyenne Holt has wisdom beyond her 22 years.
Hard-earned wisdom she wants to share when she delivers the commencement address for the Tarleton State University College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences at 4 p.m. Saturday, May 11.
Tarleton State University will award nearly 1,200 diplomas at spring commencement exercises May 10-11 in Wisdom Gym on the Stephenville campus.
Olivia Wilbanks practices what she preaches.
The speaker for the Tarleton State University College of Education commencement at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 11, will address graduates and their guests about changing the world through education.
Tarleton State University’s College of Education awarded a graduating senior with the Spring 2019 Outstanding Clinical Teacher Award at last week’s “Reflections” ceremony upon completion of the cohort’s student-teaching internships.
Remember her name, her face and her byline.
Quanecia Fraser is about to start a career in broadcast journalism.
If what she has done in college is an indication, she will succeed big time.
Tarleton State University President F. Dominic Dottavio was honored last month with a resolution in the House of Representatives of the 86th Texas Legislature.
Karen Boyd Greenhaw is a seventh-grade math teacher at Henderson Junior High School in Stephenville.
She knows the value of education, both personally and universally.
Tarleton State University’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences honored several alumni and friends of the college at its second annual honors banquet April 27.
Don’t bet against Marysol Villeda.
Oh, she’ll admit she was shy in high school. So much so, one of her teachers voiced doubt about her ability to survive academically in college.
Marysol used that doubt as fuel.