Vincent Alfonso Named Dean of School of Education
Vincent C. Alfonso, a professor and top administrator in the Graduate School of Education at Fordham University, has been named dean of GU's School of...
Freshman Class Ties for Brightest
The new freshman class matches the strongest academic profile of any entering class in the University’s 126-year history, ties for the largest class...
Rankings Roundup: GU Among Best
U.S. News & World Report rates GU 4th best regional university and 3rd best value
GU Introduces Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak as Dean of Arts & Sciences
Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak, the Haas Professor of English and associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi...
School of Nursing Launches, Stevenson Marshall Named Dean
GU established the School of Nursing and Human Physiology as its first new school in nearly 40 years.
Wall-Size Mosaic Uncovered Before Demolition at COG
A wall-sized mosaic mural was been recovered and saved during the demolition of the COG, razed last month to make way for construction of GU’s new...
Michelle Wheatley Promoted to Director of University Ministry
GU promoted Michelle Wheatley to director of University Ministry.
Joseph Kinsella hired to Direct Institute for Global Engagement
Joseph Kinsella was hired as an assistant academic vice president to direct the Center of Global Engagement.
GU Included in Selective ‘Fiske Guide to Colleges’ for first time
For the first time, GU is featured among 336 U.S., Canadian and British colleges in the “Fiske Guide to Colleges."
Study-Abroad Program Helps Draw Two Families to Italy
A study-abroad program for GU graduate students helped bring two Belgian families to Cagli, Italy,
Groundbreaking Heralds Construction of University Center Project
GU announced the transformational lead gift of $25 million from University Trustee John J. Hemmingson that is making the project possible.
Allie Kurtz Vogt: Layers’ Exhibition of Oil Paintings Opens July 9 at Jundt Art Museum
An artist and educator who has lived in Idaho for the past 33 years, Allie Kurtz Vogt has been an art instructor at North Idaho College in Coeur...
GU to Break Ground July 11 on New $60 Million Center
GU will break ground on its new three-story University Center during a ceremony at 6 p.m., Thursday, July 11.
A Fond Adieu to the COG, which has Served Generations of Zags Well
Gonzaga has decided it is time to bid adieu to the COG. Soon, Gonzaga students will gather at the new University Center, which is expected to open in...
Avista Corp. Establishes Engineering Scholarship
Avista Corp. established the Paul A. Redmond Endowed Engineering Scholarship at Gonzaga University School of Engineering and Applied Science in honor...