Tarleton State University’s Department of Fine Arts is presenting the Society for Photographic Education South Central Chapter Student Exhibition in the Clyde H. Wells Gallery of Art through Oct. 25.
The Leadership and Service Department in the Division of Student Affairs has selected the 2020-21 student directors for Tarleton State University’s 23rd annual Round Up and Tarleton Serves events.
Tarleton State University is participating in a $1.49 million grant to digitize Texas herbarium collections received by the Botanical Research Institute of Texas.
Tarleton State University and the Texan Corps of Cadets have brought back a long-standing tradition that embraces the university’s heritage and appreciation for military service while honoring the nation’s colors.
A pen and ink drawing depicting former Tarleton State University President F. Dominic Dottavio was unveiled recently in the Hall of Presidents in the Administration Building.Highly regarded local artist Mary Waters, who has drawn each of the presidents’ portraits for the hall, was there as Dr. Dottavio’s was unveiled.
The San Saba Independent School District and Tarleton State University agreed recently to a partnership to help SSISD seniors get their college education.
Texan Spirit Week is getting closer and even more events have been added.
Turns out Tarleton State University President James Hurley and wife Kindall look mighty fine in cowboy hats.
Blue lights will shine bright on Texas A&M University System campuses across the state on Monday, Oct. 5, in recognition of World Teachers’ Day. All universities in the A&M System will illuminate a total of 27 iconic buildings and landmarks.
Brent Fudge did not want to stand in front of a math class.
That’s changed now, and Brent is among millions of educators being honored in concert with World Teachers’ Day, Oct. 5.