Laurie Arnold Pens Piece in Time
Professor among 25 acclaimed U.S. history experts asked by Time to nominate a historical moment that resonates today.
Gonzaga Launches Women’s Leadership Certificate
Gonzaga's School of Leadership Studies is launching a Certificate in Women’s Leadership with evaluation of applications beginning July 11.
Faculty Recognized for Human Rights Support
The Kootenai County, Idaho, Task Force on Human Relations honors Rev. Happy Watkins of New Hope Baptist Church in Spokane and three Gonzaga faculty...
Spokane Top Choice in State for UWSOM Fall 2018 Class
Interest and demand to attend UW medical school, through a partnership with Gonzaga, has outpaced Seattle.
Researchers Find 15- to 16-Million-Year-Old Squirrel Fossil at Clarkia, Idaho Site
The fossil is that of the first four-legged animal that scientists have uncovered at the site.
Hannah Tolson Competes in World Climbing Championships
Arguably the best collegiate all-around female rock climber in the nation, the GU honors student competes June 20-23 in the 2018 World University...
Campus Garden Promotes Sustainable Food Practices
Students in Gonzaga’s Collegiate DECA Club kicked off the growing season recently in the GU Campus Garden, planting a variety of vegetables and...
Kirk Besmer Named Arnold Distinguished Professor
The theme for his three-year term, which begins Sept. 1, is “Technology and the Human Condition.”