Tarleton State University is launching its first Research Impact Challenge for researchers, aspiring academics and others interested in increasing their scholarly impact. The challenge starts Monday, Feb. 15, and everyone is welcome to join.
Nearly 100 employers are waiting to meet students from Tarleton State University and other Texas A&M System members who are looking for summer camp jobs.
This never gets old. Tarleton State University has scored all-time-high enrollment for the third consecutive term.
Free income tax preparation and e-filing will be available three Saturdays in February at Tarleton State University’s Waco outreach center on the McLennan Community College campus. Taxpayers with income up to $55,000 are eligible.
Tarleton State University’s Dr. Chiquesha Davis has been named an Excellence in End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium Award winner for 2020.
Fort Worth’s new top cop is a Tarleton State University graduate.
Tarleton State University’s Dick Smith Library has been selected as one of 200 libraries to participate in “Libraries Transforming Communities: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries.”
Tarleton State University has adopted Faculty Search and Review, Tenure and Promotion modules from Interfolio, provider of the leading Faculty Information System for colleges and universities.
Artist Narong Tintamusik’s exhibition “To Sleep on a Bed of Tears” is now open at Tarleton State University’s Clyde Wells Fine Arts Center gallery. It runs through Feb. 5 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Tarleton State University administrative offices are closed Monday, Jan. 18.