The energy at Gonzaga University is palpable with excitement and the expectation of great things to come throughout the upcoming academic year.
Numerous campus improvements are underway and anticipation is building for the many significant things to come—most notable among them is the ground-breaking on a brand-new STEM facility this fall. The state-of-the-art Integrated Science and Engineering (ISE) building will be the fourth facility on Gonzaga University’s campus dedicated specifically, though not exclusively, to classroom and laboratory education for science, technology, engineering, mathematics and neuroscience.
Later this month we welcome approximately 1,900 new Zags into our community. Staff, faculty, Jesuits and administrators look forward to continuing in the work of educating women and men for leadership and service to others. Through it all, we were reminded that everything we are able to do is made possible through the work of the Holy Spirit and the collective support of this community. Gonzaga University has so much for which to be grateful.
Thayne M. McCulloh, D.Phil.