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Guayule at Maricopa Agricultural Center
Guayule may pave path forward for drought-impacted Southwest
Norton School students walking in the streets of Paris
As part of the Norton School of Human Ecology’s Fashion Industry’s Science and Technology program, students have the opportunity to broaden their horizons in a unique study abroad program.
students work in a learning kitchen during a culinary medicine class
If you're interested in developing your culinary skills while learning to develop and adapt recipes to meet special nutritional needs, the Culinary Medcine course in the School of Nutritional Sciences and Wellness might just be for you.
Five College of Agriculture and Life Sciences faculty were included in the inaugural class, including Elise Gornish, Theresa Crimmins, Ashley Snider, Karletta Chief, and Raina Maier.
Norton faculty and staff pose for a photo at the beginning of the fall 2022 semester
Since 1898, the programs housed in the Norton School have prepared graduates for careers that translate the latest advances in family sciences, human development, financial wellness, fashion merchandising and consumer studies to serve the evolving needs of families, communities, and industry.
Headshot of Dean Burgess standing outside the Forbes Building.
As we celebrate the beginning of a new academic year at your College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, I want to welcome first-time CALS students and to welcome back all returning students.