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FOCUS Magazine is a periodic publication of the College of Human Ecology that celebrates the college and its faculty, staff, students and alumni. FOCUS seeks to build a strong, proud college community.

Inside each issue of FOCUS, you will find stories of student, faculty and alumni success; ongoing research; new initiatives; recent improvements within the college; reflections on the past and excitement about the future.

Click on the adjacent image to view the current issue. Previous issues are archived below.

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