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Gonzaga University Nursing Students' Exam Pass Rate Best in State
Gonzaga University’s undergraduate nursing program continues to distinguish itself based on students’ 10-year performance on the key examination...
Mastering Higher Education: Charlita Shelton
Although she's only been here two years, Charlita Shelton is making tangible differences as President Thayne McCulloh's chief of staff.
Collaboration, perseverance drive Gonzaga student’s MBA success
Graduate student Ciera Thornton's journey through Gonzaga's Master’s of Business Administration this summer was defined by unbreakable bonds with...
Gonzaga Students' Favorite Spots on Campus
Current Gonzaga students share their favorite spots around campus.
In the News: Gonzaga-UW health sciences building readying for spring
This feature from the Spokesman-Review includes a photo gallery from a recent media tour of the new facility, located at Trent & Hamilton
Second-Year UW School of Medicine-Spokane Student’s Affinity for ...
Ryann Shor’s research paper about the effect of a small molecule inhibitor on dormant breast cancer cells was published by “Molecular Oncology” this...
Student Reflections: Back to Campus
Current Zags reflect on returning to a fully in-person campus.
Gonzaga Once Again Ranked Among the Top 100 National Universities ...
Gonzaga University again is ranked in the top 20% in the “National Universities” category by U.S. News & World Report in its 2022 annual rankings.
Registration Opens for 2021 International Conference on Hate Studies
Registration now open for the Gonzaga University Institute for Hate Studies’ Sixth International Conference on Hate Studies, Nov. 4-6, 2021
Gonzaga Welcomes Second-Largest First-Year Class
During new student orientation on Aug 27-30, Gonzaga will welcome its second-largest incoming class ever, with 1,330 students expected to attend.
Course Helps Students Make a Difference in Environment
The environmental studies department’s Senior Capstone Course has provided students with hands-on opportunities to advance community environmental...
Eyes on Health, Safety for In-Person Learning This Fall
With commitments to health and safety and in-person learning, Gonzaga has outlined plans to resume fall semester classes amid the challenges of a...
Promoting Sustainability Through Teaching
Meet Dr. Brooke Swanson, biology professor at GU who focuses on teaching Zags sustainable practices.
Grant Will Support Climate Literacy in Elementary, Middle Schools
The new Gonzaga University Center for Climate, Society, and the Environment has received a $100,000 ClimeTime grant from the Washington Office of the...