19th & Counting Stories
Alumna Brenna Greene Blazes Trail in Sports Broadcasting
Greene (’14) demonstrates that the role of women in sports broadcasting is growing — if slowly.
Sen. Janelle Sarauw ('14) Grateful for Leadership Education
The U.S. Virgin Islands senator says servant leadership at GU makes a difference
Professor Beqiri: Top Students Inspire Faculty Excellence
Professor Mirjeta Beqiri credits the “passionate, motivated and dedicated students” as a key reason why Gonzaga attracts outstanding professors.
Alumna's Rewarding Engineering Management Career
Gail Heck-Sweeney ('74) credits GU for opening doors for her international work and lifestyle.
From Enron to Engie
Christine Uri of Engie Insight gives 2018 Aram Lecture in Business Ethics
Action & Impact: Not just a company slogan
Cindy Runger ('91, '94) is the first woman of color and first woman under 50 to preside over the Seattle Rotary
Social Consequences of Loneliness
A growing body of research points to loneliness as an impending epidemic with an enormous impact on the health of individuals and society. Gonzaga...
Women Supporting Women: A Leadership Imperative
The first cohort of Gonzaga's Women in Leadership Certificate program gather at one of Spokane's newest woman-owned businesses.
Bonni Dichone: Math Professor by Day, Artist by Night
After work, Dichone the artist comes out to perform for Spokane in dance, acting and music
Letter of the Law
As part of the “Welcoming the Stranger” refugee series, we learn about the work of Gonzaga Law Professor Megan Ballard.
Laurie Arnold Pens Piece for Time
Professor among 25 acclaimed U.S. history experts asked by Time to nominate a historical moment that resonates today.
Sneaky Jesus and Death Row Encounters
Sister Helen Prejean, author of "Dead Man Walking" was a keynote at Gonzaga's 2018 Women Lead Conference
Pioneer Woman: Jane Rinehart
Jane Rinehart is a storyteller. She can weave a verbal tapestry that’s both entertaining and enlightening. But mostly, she chooses to listen.
View Angela Davis’ Oct. 25 Lecture at Gonzaga
SPOKANE, Wash. – A video of the Oct. 25 lecture by scholar and activist Angela Davis, Ph.D., presented by the Gonzaga University Center for Public...
The Future of Cars
Civil Engineering Chair and Professor Rhonda Young leads research in driverless cars and transportation engineering.