Boston College’s Heyer: ‘A Christian Ethic of Immigration’ Feb. 26
Kristin E. Heyer, professor of theological ethics, will discuss “Cultivating Civic Kinship: A Christian Ethic of Immigration,” at Gonzaga’s Flannery...
Scholarship Allows Soule to Study in Ghana
Wrane Soule, a Gonzaga psychology major, began studies at the University of Ghana this month thanks to the Benjamin A. Gilman International...
Ann Ciasullo Discusses Popular Culture Feb. 27
Gonzaga Professor Ann Ciasullo will discuss “Why Studying Popular Culture Matters” on Tuesday, Feb. 27.
James McCarthy: Scientist for Others
Harvard professor shares the prestigious 2018 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement, recognizing decades of scholarship on climate change.
Stanford's Diffenbaugh Discusses Global Warming
Stanford University Professor Noah Diffenbaugh will discuss “Is This Global Warming?” at GU’s O’Leary Lecture on Feb. 12.
Zag Nation Celebrates 6th Gonzaga Day
Gonzaga University supporters worldwide united on Saturday, Feb. 3 to celebrate their connection to the University on the sixth annual Gonzaga Day.
Jane Clementi: Empathy Key in Suicide-Awareness
Jane Clementi, whose son committed suicide as a result of cyberbullying, delivers message at Gonzaga.
Westerhaus Elected to Choral Leadership Role
Timothy Westerhaus will help lead the Northwestern Division of the American Choral Directors Association.
Gonzaga Presents World Premiere of Original Play
“Coming Home: A Soldiers’ Project” explores what it’s like to return from war to Spokane and Gonzaga.
Visiting Writers Series Welcomes Abani Feb. 12
The 2017-18 Gonzaga University Visiting Writers Series continues with award-winning author Chris Abani.
Performance Blending Art, Science Begins Touring Region
Gonzaga students bring Biology Professor Brook Swanson's research to life through integrative dance.
Chuck Murphy, Joe Smith Assume New Leadership Roles
Charles “Chuck” J. Murphy will take on a new role as chief strategy officer at Gonzaga while Joe Smith becomes chief financial officer.
‘Pop! and Beyond’ Exhibition Open at Jundt
Gonzaga's Jundt Art Museum features a new exhibit influenced by the pop art movement of the 1960s and 1970s.
Alumna Halle Goodwin Dances into ‘Dream Job’ with Parkinson’s Foundation
Halle Goodwin has parlayed her love of dance, two Gonzaga University degrees and a desire to be a leader for the common good to secure what she calls...
Steve Forbes to Address ‘How Capitalism Will Save Us’ Feb. 7
“How Capitalism Will Save Us,” 7 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 7 in the Hemmingson Center, open to the public.