Dr. Laurie Sharp has been named dean of Tarleton State’s new University College, effective immediately. A network of programs and services, the college works to coordinate meaningful first- and second-year experiences and support student success through degree completion.
Tarleton State University’s bachelor’s degree program in mechanical engineering has earned accreditation from the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET (www.abet.org), acknowledging that the program meets essential, discipline-defined standards for preparing its students to enter the global workforce.
Tarleton State University’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps has a new professor of military science (PMS), Lt. Col. Mike Eliassen, who assumes responsibility of the program this month.
Tarleton State University’s W.K. Gordon Center for the Industrial History of Texas is one of almost 200 Texas entities to receive grant funding recently from Humanities Texas.
Dr. Gabriel Cagwin has been named Vice President for Tarleton State University’s Division of Institutional Advancement. Currently Chief Business Development Officer at Arizona State University, he begins his new duties in September.
The dedication of four Reserve Officers’ Training Corps incoming freshmen has been recognized with scholarships covering tuition, plus a monthly stipend and textbook allowance.
Tarleton State University’s MBA program has been recognized as one of the top programs in the country by bestcollegesonline.org.
Tarleton State University professor Jesus Velasco co-edited a recently released book, The Future of U.S.-Mexico Relations: Strategic Foresight.
Changing venues and broadcasting via student media are just a couple of ways Tarleton State University students are proving that “the show must go on.”
Tarleton State University will focus on renewing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream on the 57th anniversary of the civil rights leader’s iconic “I have a dream” speech.