Stories of Pedagogy in the Pandemic
As Gonzaga undergraduates approach final exams during this unprecedented time of dislocation and disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic,...
Dancing at a Distance
Gonzaga dance faculty and students are learning at a distance due to the coronavirus pandemic.
President McCulloh Hosts Town Hall Webinar
During an online Town Hall webinar on April 2, Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh expressed gratitude for many people and answered a wide range of...
Gonzaga Acquires Atomic Force Microscope, Thanks to NSF Grant
A tool for transformational collaborative nanoscience research.
The Ties that Bind a Legacy
Heritage Society members Andrew ('03) and Alexandra are looking forward to when their sons can carry the torch Andrew was giving as a GU student and...
Zag Nation Celebrates 8th Gonzaga Day
The Gonzaga community worldwide united on Saturday, Jan. 18 to celebrate their connection to the University on the eighth annual Gonzaga Day.
Professor Matt McCormick’s Film to Premiere at Sundance
“The Deepest Hole,” a 12-minute documentary by McCormick, a Gonzaga professor, will make its world premiere Jan. 23-Feb. 2 at the 2020 Sundance Film...
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.
Giving Thanks: A note from scholarship recipients
Here, four students share their gratitude for the scholarships that make their Gonzaga education possible.
Princeton Review Names Gonzaga to ‘Green Colleges' Guide
Once again, the publication selects Gonzaga among the 413 most environmentally responsible colleges.
Liz & Scott Morris Increase Opportunity for Humanities Research with Gift
This past summer, Liz (’80) and Scott Morris (’80 & ’89) made a generous gift to sustain the Morris Undergraduate Research Fellowship as part of a...
Research: When It Comes to Gratitude, Powerful People May Feel It More
A new series of studies involving Gonzaga researchers shows that powerful people may actually feel more grateful than those with less power — a...
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...
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.