Black Heritage Month 2020 at Gonzaga
Gonzaga's DICE office is hosting a slate of events celebrating Black Heritage Month in February.
Gonzaga Launches Opportunity Northeast, a Community Initiative
Gonzaga today introduced Opportunity Northeast, an initiative dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals, youth, and families in...
GU Hosts Screening of Documentary about Tribal Hunting Case
Gonzaga hosts a Feb. 9 screening and lecture of the new documentary, “Older than the Crown,” presented by the Confederated Tribes of the Colville...
Alumnus Uses Art to Create a Mosaic of Belonging, Inclusion in Schools
Mikel Brogan, a 2016 graduate of Gonzaga's Master of Education in Leadership and Administration program, is making a difference as a public school...
Novelist Tommy Orange Speaks Feb. 4 at Gonzaga Visiting Writers Series
Orange, author of the Pulitzer-Prize nominated novel “There There,” will read from his work at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 4 in the Hemmingson Center...
Angela Jones: Education, Equity & Faith
Angela Jones' leadership revolves around passion equitable access to education, and a strong personal faith.
Learning in Solidarity
Close-up encounters in Colombia lead Gonzaga alumni to launch a nonprofit supporting the community development organizations they saw in action
All You Need is Love
Angela Jones, CEO of Washington STEM, describes what love means to her and how it empowers her in the work she does.
Timely Visit: Wagner's Suffrage Book Among Those Hidden at Local Library
Sally Roesch Wagner spoke on campus just one day after the Coeur d’Alene Library’s story headlined in the New York Times
Daniel Stewart Co-Edits Book on Business in Native American Communities
The book is titled “Creating Private Sector Economies in Native America: Sustainable Development through Entrepreneurship.”
Feminist Pioneer Sally Roesch Wagner Speaks at Gonzaga Nov. 11
Wagner, one of the first women to earn a doctorate in women’s studies and a founder of one the first U.S. college women’s studies programs, will...
Professor Laurie Arnold Receives Fellowships
SPOKANE, Wash. — Laurie Arnold, Ph.D., associate professor and director of Native American Studies at Gonzaga, has been named an American Council of...
Up Close: Education Dean Yolanda Gallardo
Yolanda Gallardo, Ph.D., believes the School of Education plays a central role in Gonzaga’s mission to educate people for “lives of leadership and...
Taking the Mission on Spring Break
Mission: Possible celebrated it's 20th anniversary last year marking 20 years of Zags who have had a tangible experience of taking the mission of...
Gonzaga Law, Catholic Charities Collaborate to Open Immigration Clinic
“The Catholic Charities Immigration Clinic at Gonzaga Law School” will support low-income individuals in need of immigration legal assistance and...