Four scientists from Tunisia and Morocco recently completed a month-long training program in the University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences as Norman E. Borlaug International Agricultural Science and Technology Fellows. As a result, two new memoranda of agreement are now in review by officials in their home countries: between the UA and Tunisia's National Institute of Field Crops and National Institute of Agronomy; and between the UA and Morocco's National Institute of Agronomic Research.
The often-evoked land-grant mission represents the foundational basis for the University of Arizona's bond with Arizona communities along with its efforts to expand educational opportunities while helping to address important societal concerns.
But the mission – a 150-year-old charge enacted with the passage of the Morrill Land-Grant Act of 1862 – was drafted during a time of widely different social contexts, financial and intellectual resources and national priorities.
The Arizona Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (AZVDL) is a service unit of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. One of the many research programs that make up the Agricultural Experiment Station, the lab is located at the West Campus Agricultural Center in Tucson.
CALS research infrastructure across the state includes technologies and facilities dedicated to crops, livestock, rangelands, arid land plants and veterinary diagnostics.
An 88-acre equine facility located 11 miles east of the University of Arizona's main campus.
CALS Executive Council's Integrated Management of the Arizona Experiment Station and the Arizona Cooperative Extension System
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