Listeners to 90.5 FM, Tarleton State University’s radio station, have a new way to enjoy the programming from wherever in the world they may be.
The W.K. Gordon Center for Texas Industrial History has added a summer outdoor exhibit on a local boy who served with honor in World War II.
Tarleton State University biological sciences major Shady Kuster received the Bobby Baker Award for her presentation at the 2020 Texas Society of Mammologists Conference. She competed at the spring conference with other undergraduate students.
Starting with the 2020-21 school year, Tarleton State University will provide annual scholarships and guaranteed admission to the top 25 percent of the Midway High School graduating class.
Tarleton State University’s environmental/civil engineering team captured first place in the recent Water Environment Association of Texas Student Design Competition.
Tarleton State University’s Wind Ensemble has been invited to perform at the February 2021 convention of the Texas Music Educators Association in San Antonio, a first for the university’s band program.
Starting with the 2020-21 school year, Tarleton State University will provide annual scholarships and guaranteed admission to the top 25 percent of the Lingleville High School graduating class.
Dr. Troy Robertson, director of choirs at Tarleton State University, has been invited to lead the performance of the plenary session of the American Choral Directors Association Leadership Conference on June 3.
Tarleton State University is shifting one of its most cherished summer traditions — Duck Camp — from an off-campus location to its Stephenville campus to better ensure student safety during the evolving coronavirus.
Tarleton State University faculty members will be invited to join a strategic initiative to promote quality instruction and student accomplishment.