Duke Professor Neal to Discuss Black Masculinity in U.S. March 20
Professor Mark Anthony Neal will deliver the Powers Chair lecture in talk titled “Devil Wanna Put Me in a Bow Tie: Negotiating Black Masculinity in...
Presidential Speaker Series Welcomes Tarana Burke and Ronan ...
Gonzaga’s Presidential Speaker Series welcomes Tarana Burke, originator of the “Me Too" movement, and journalist Ronan Farrow, who helped break the...
Gonzaga Visiting Writers Series Welcomes Marie Howe March 6
The Gonzaga University Visiting Writers Series continues Tuesday, March 6 with a reading by former New York State Poet Laureate Marie Howe.
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.
School of Education Presents 'Professional Development Week'
Professional development for teachers, school psychologists, counselors, and early childhood providers April 4-6.
Zag Nation Invited to Go ‘All In for Zags Give Day’
On March 8, Gonzaga launches a 24-hour fundraising drive with unprecedented gift-matching and challenges.
Timothy Barnard Delivers Pigott Lecture March 1
The chair of Barnard Construction Company Inc., will discuss “How to Build a Business.”
Math Equals Success for Alumna Melanie Palmer
Gonzaga alumna Melanie Palmer (’16), a data scientist for NBCUniversal Media in New York City, remains astounded at how her life has changed since...
Lecture: ‘Race, News & Right-Wing Populism’
Khadijah White, assistant professor in the department of journalism and media studies at Rutgers University, will discuss, “Race, News and Right-Wing...
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.