Preparing Tomorrow's Retail Leaders
Since 1993, the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing at the Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences has brought together the resources and expertise of academia and the retailing industry with a shared goal of developing strong future retail professionals. The Center's professional development and hands-on learning opportunities ensure that the retailing and consumer sciences students and those from other programs from across campus, have the skill set, training, and expertise to lead and thrive in a competitive marketplace. Supported by major retailing, technology and consulting partners, the Center incorporates the ideas and innovation that help to inspire the next generation of retail experts – our Future Retail Leaders.
No other Center compares in its efforts to expand its educational reach to industry leadership through such interactive experiences as the Global Retailing Ideas Summit and our Executive Education, where the industry’s top executives and leading minds connect.
Explore how the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing is supporting students from across campus and connecting retail leaders
Retail is an ever-evolving, competitive and rewarding industry. Store fronts and sales often come to mind when picturing retail, however 44% of retail employees do not work in sales. From design, engineering, technology, data management, supply chain, finance and marketing, the possibilities and career paths are endless!
The Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing is committed to continued learning for students and retail professionals, alike. Explore the many programs and opportunities hosted by the Center and see how you can get involved!
Global Retailing Ideas Summit
The GR | Ideas Summit has been a global destination for innovative ideas and thinking in retailing for the past 25 years. Don't miss out on this year's line-up of incredible speakers and special guests and networking opportunities in sunny Tucson, Arizona!
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Looking for information on the Retailing and Consumer Science academic program?
While the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing partners with the retailing and consumer science program and its faculty, they are not one in the same. You can learn more about the retailing and consumer science academic program by visiting their website.