Mountains of Metaphors
In May 2019, a dozen School of Leadership Studies graduates set out on an extraordinary expedition that turned into an exercise in crisis response.
Learning in Solidarity
Close-up encounters in Colombia lead Gonzaga alumni to launch a nonprofit supporting the community development organizations they saw in action
A Decade to Remember: McCulloh's first 10 years as president
2019 marked Thayne McCulloh's 30th reunion as a Gonzaga graduate and his 10th year as President. Here are 10 of many achievements under his...
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.”
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...
Homerathon: Gonzaga’s Most Epic Tradition Unfolds Oct. 4
Students and other community members will take part in an all-day marathon reading of the oldest of the Greek epics, Homer’s “Iliad.” That’s 15,693...
A Sea Change in Academic Leadership
Gonzaga University begins its 132nd academic year this fall, President Thayne McCulloh oversees a sea change in leadership as four new academic deans...
Virtual Reality Brings History to Life
Professor Andrew Goldman is taking students to new and faraway places — and into the past — without leaving the classroom.