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In The News: GU, UW Students Welcome High Schoolers Interested in Medicine
KHQ Nonstop Local reported on a special night at the UW-GU Health Partnership building.
The Family Driving Gonzaga Toward the Future of Technology
How the Reisenauer family's generosity is helping lead the way in advancing Jesuit tech education and opportunities for Gonzaga students, regional...
Catholic Church’s Primary Voice on Climate to Speak at Gonzaga
Cardinal Michael Czerny, Pope Francis’ appointee to lead the church’s efforts to become a better caretaker of the planet, will travel from Rome to...
In the News: Lisa Schwartzenburg featured for her service
Gonzaga's new Assistant Vice President, HR Operations Lisa Schwartzenburg is the subject of a new story on AmericanHealthCareLeader.com.
HEALing Journey: A new College Minor Examines Health Disparities
A new health equity minor examines health as a collective effort and is the perfect complement to public health studies.
In The News: Design Can Influence Beyond Its Borders
The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce shares how the University of Washington School of Medicine/Gonzaga University Health Partnership building will...
Same Day, Same City, Different Experiences
Gonzaga Climate Center’s intensive one-day heat study shows notable differences in temperatures for Spokane neighborhoods.
Student Support Offices and Resources
Learn about the various offices and resources on campus that support students.
Inside the Mind of a Child
With the increased mental and behavioral stresses placed on school personnel, students and teachers by COVID-19, it was serendipitous that Gonzaga was...
Health literacy grant awarded to Foley Library and School of Nursing
GU’s Foley Library and the School of Nursing and Human Physiology are teaming up to work towards addressing food insecurity and health literacy in the...
Medical Simulation Handiwork Just Might Have You in Stitches
Gonzaga University's Cara Smith found a better way to teach suturing to graduate nurse practitioner students and suture removal to undergrad BSNs.
Zags help sixth-graders learn about pH, common drinks
SPOKANE, Wash. – Some sixth-graders in Spokane may change the beverages they consume thanks to a science experiment they conducted with the help of...
A Constellation of Stressors
In fall 2021, Fernando Ortiz, Ph.D., director of Psychological Services, said his team was experiencing a peak at Gonzaga – both in terms of the...