Tarleton State University’s Dr. Marcy Tanter captured second-place honors in a sijo writing competition sponsored by the Los Angeles Korean Cultural Center in California.
Tarleton State University senior biology major Shady Kuster recently presented her research findings at an online symposium. She was one of 13 students nationwide to participate in the National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates at the Institute of Bioinformatics, University of Georgia.
Tarleton State University professor of piano Leslie Spotz and junior piano major Michael Holbach will participate in the VII Encontro Internacional de Pianistas, July 23-29 on Facebook and YouTube.
Starting with the Class of 2021, Breckenridge Independent School District seniors in the top 25 percent of their graduating classes will earn automatic admission to Tarleton State University.
Tarleton State University has emerged as a national leader in putting degrees and good jobs within reach of economically disadvantaged students, climbing to the top 8 percent in 2019 Social Mobility Index (SMI) rankings by CollegeNet.
Tarleton State University students will see a decrease in on-campus residential rates for the upcoming academic year thanks to approval this spring by The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents to purchase private student housing projects and terminate ground leases.
Students, faculty and staff at all 11 Texas A&M System universities across the state soon will have quick and easy access to free testing for COVID-19.
Tarleton State University’s Dr. Alex del Carmen will lead scholars and academicians from across The Texas A&M University System to analyze data racial profiling reported by law enforcement agencies.
The Brock Independent School District and Tarleton State University agreed recently to a partnership to help BISD seniors get their college education.
A team at Tarleton State University’s Texas Institute for Applied Environmental Research (TIAER), in collaboration with the Texas A&M AgriLife Research Center in Stephenville, has been awarded a $1.5 million grant from the Texas General Land Office to work on mitigating watershed issues resulting from hurricanes on the Texas Gulf Coast.