GU Receives $1.2 Million for Science Education, Research
GU will receive a $1.2 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, allowing science faculty to better develop students as socially...
Road to GU's 125th Anniversary: A Look Back at 1896-97
A look back at what occurred at GU from 1896 through 1897.
Nicolas Contreras to Attend a Top Medical School
Senior biochemistry major Nicolas Contreras received an acceptance letter from Mayo Medical School.
GU, Sodexo Recognized for Recycling Excellence
GU and partner Zag Dining by Sodexo earned the 2012 Recycler of the Year for Higher Education Award from the Washington State Recycling Association.
Rev. Tutu Urges Graduates to Dream, Collaborate with God to Make ...
Nobel Laureate Desmond Tutu told graduates to dream, reject cynicism, and collaborate with God to create a gentler and more equitable world. Sunday’s...
Stephen Silliman Named Dean of School of Engineering
Stephen E. Silliman was hired as dean of GU's School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Students Inspire Archbishop Tutu to Speak at Senior Commencement
Rev. Desmond Tutu said he always inspired by the idealism and altruism of young people.
U.S. News & World Report Ranks MBA Program among Nation's Best
U.S. News & World Report ranks GU's Master of Business Administration program the 82nd best (tie) part-time MBA program in the nation.
Accounting Project Rapidly Becomes Fraud-Fighting Model
The Justice for Fraud Victims Project launched in 2010 is rapidly becoming a model to battle white-collar crime.
Gonzaga Honors Tom & Camilla Tilford with Ignatian Spirit Award
GU honored benefactors Tom and Camilla Tilford with the Ignatian Spirit Award at the fifth annual Ignatian Gala.
Road to GU's 125th Anniversary: A Look Back at 1902-03
A look back at what was occurring at GU during 1902 and 1903.
Rachel Zack Receives $10,000 STEM Grant
Rachel Zack, Nancy Staub and Christy Watson, were selected to receive a $10,000 grant to fund the research immersion program "Science in Summer!"
Alumnus Tyler Jacobson's Career Illustrates His Passion
Tyler Jacobson talks about following his passion for illustrations and his collaboration with Barats and Bereta.
Anti-Corruption Activist Ingrid Betancourt to Speak March 28
Ingrid Betancourt will share story of activism, persecution, resilience, kidnapping and time in captivity at the Presidential Speaker Series.
Gonzaga to Break Ground on $14 Million Facility
Gonzaga announced plans to break ground in Spring of 2012 on a new retail and parking facility.