Humanities Research & Inquiry
Visiting Writers Series Welcomes giovanni singleton Feb. 27
The acclaimed series continues with award-winning poet giovanni singleton
Aizley Hansen Teaches in Spain on a Fulbright Award
Hansen, a 2018 Gonzaga graduate, is teaching English at a bilingual high school in Madrid, Spain through a prestigious Fulbright scholarship.
Gonzaga Digital Humanities Project Shines
An academic paper presented by Gonzaga faculty Katey Roden and Pavel Shlossberg was selected as one of six finalists for the prestigious Paul Fortier...
Daniel Stewart Co-Authors Native American Business Text
The professor of entrepreneurship and director of the Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program has contributed to the textbook “American Indian...
Kirk Besmer Named Arnold Distinguished Professor
The theme for his three-year term, which begins Sept. 1, is “Technology and the Human Condition.”
Brahiam Villanueva Finds Passion for Writing
After throwing himself into multiple endeavors, graduating senior Brahiam Villanueva ('18) finds his passion at Gonzaga: writing.
Claire Standaert Bound for Germany as Fulbright Scholar
Growing up, graduating Gonzaga senior Claire Standaert spent six years in Germany. In September, she will return to Germany, this time as the...
Gonzaga Law Student Myers Receives Scholarship for Trademark Law Event
She is one of five students worldwide to receive a scholarship from the International Trademark Association that will send her to its 140th annual...
Joe Albert Presents 'Personal Identity and Storytelling' March 27
The event, presented by the Greater Gonzaga Guild, is free and open to all.
Professor Sasley Explores Dilemmas of Israeli Identity
Brent E. Sasley, associate professor of political science at the University of Texas at Arlington, will discuss “Jewish, Israeli, or Middle Eastern?...
Author, Veteran Kevin Powers Discusses ‘Writing War’ Feb. 26
Novelist and poet Kevin Powers, a veteran of the Iraq War and a National Book Award finalist, discusses “Writing War” at 7 p.m., Monday, Feb. 26.
Gonzaga Recognized for Sustainability Efforts
Gonzaga earns a bronze rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements.
Mitchell Davey Studies Zambian Choral Music, Thanks to Research Fellowship
Research focuses on the musical, sociological and ethical implications of Zambian choral music.
Student Wins Best Student Research Talk at MathFest
After earning a travel grant to attend the 2017 MathFest, Trent won the Council on Undergraduate Research Award for the best student research talk.
Alumna Ploeger Teaches, Researches in Bahrain on Fulbright
Ryland Ploeger is teaching English in the Middle East as the recipient of a Fulbright U.S. Student Program scholarship.