Tarleton State University will confer more than 600 diplomas at summer commencement ceremonies Aug. 9 at Wisdom Gym on the Stephenville campus.
The educational organization Humanities Texas named Dr. Karen Galley, a graduate of Tarleton State University’s doctoral program in education, the 2019 James F. Veninga Outstanding Teacher of the Humanities.
A $10,000 grant to increase children’s awareness of the benefits of healthy choices has been awarded to Tarleton State University’s Child and Family Studies faculty members Elizabeth Stephens and Dr. Lisa Taylor Cook.
Tarleton State University has named Lori Beaty interim chief financial officer and vice president for the Division of Finance and Administration, effective Sept. 1. She replaces Dr. Rick Richardson who is returning to his faculty position in the College of Business Administration.
Tarleton State University’s Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center hosts an exhibit of the Dublin Rippers quilting club through Aug. 9 in the gallery on the Stephenville campus.
Volunteers from the iNaturalist community working in concert with professional scientists identified almost 1,100 species of plants and animals during a recent three-day study at Tarleton State University’s Timberlake Biological Field Station.
The College of Business Administration at Tarleton State University is co-hosting the Advances in Business Research Symposium, Nov. 11 and 12 at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith.
The winner of Tarleton State University’s Business Plan Competition, Makr, LLC, is advancing to the City of Fort Worth’s event to compete against 29 other hopefuls for more than $50,000 in cash and in-kind services.