Folklorist Dr. Kristina Downs has joined the Texas Folklore Society (TFS) at Tarleton State University as secretary-editor/executive director. She also is an assistant professor in the Department of English and Languages.
Tarleton State University business administration students Daniel Johnson and Alexandra Oropeza participated in the recent National Undergraduate Negotiation Competition sponsored by Baylor University.
A pair of first-place finishes led the charge as Tarleton State University’s rodeo team ended the 2020-21 season at home over the weekend.
Sophomore Ashley Plasencia has been accepted into the Texas A&M College of Medicine DRUMR program
The Developing and Readying Underrepresented Minority Researchers Summer Research Program has received a National Institute of Health/National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) grant to provide exposure, training and mentoring for under-represented minority students, one from each Texas A&M University System school.
Rodeo fans in the “Cowboy Capital” can enjoy three days of high-energy college rodeo April 22-24 when the 55th annual Tarleton Stampede comes to Lone Star Arena in Stephenville.
Tarleton State University and the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District have agreed to a partnership designed to lend a hand to CFBISD seniors who want a college education.
Tarleton Associate Professor Dr. Thomas Faulkenberry has been named President-elect of the Southwestern Psychological Association, the affiliate organization of the American Psychological Association.
Tarleton State University raised $301,461 from 746 donors on its fifth annual Giving Day, April 13, in support of its mission to boost research, student learning and scholarships.
Relatives of the late Dr. Ken D. Dorris Sr. and his wife have established a scholarship to honor their parents as a living memorial that will support student-athletes on the Tarleton State University rodeo team.
Tarleton State University is making it easier for high school students to pursue an academic degree, thanks to a partnership with Texas College Bridge, an online readiness site in math and English.