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Women Leaders at Gonzaga Share in Jesuit "Connections"
Eight women leaders at Gonzaga share lessons from the field for AJCU Connections magazine
Life as an Honors Student
Hear from Annabel, a current senior, on her experience in the Honors Program!
Bay Area Trek Connects Students with Employers
Gonzaga junior Maggie Accardo recounts her experience at the Bay Area Trek, citing its usefulness for students seeking opportunities for professional...
Portland Zag Alumni Business Leaders Share Insights
Portland’s Andrew Sorenson (’09) and Marty Wall IV (’94) were years apart on the Gonzaga basketball roster. But on one April night in Phoenix in 2017,...
Leadership Students Simulate G-20 at European Forum
Ten doctoral, graduate and undergraduate students from Gonzaga’s School of Leadership Studies are currently at the Brussels European Forum for a...
Gonzaga Men Begin NCAA Tourney in Portland, Where Jesuit Ties Are Strong
Three Zag players hail from Portland’s Jesuit High School: Brian Michaelson, Mike Hart, and Matthew Lang. They represent a decades-long tie between...
Study Abroad Tips for First Year Students
If you're thinking about studying abroad, it's a good idea to start planning early!
New Name for Gonzaga Institute: Center for the Study of Hate
Gonzaga University formalized the interdisciplinary field of hate studies in 1997 and now marks its 25th year with a new name: the Gonzaga Center for...
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...
Honoring Women Who Bring Hope to the World
On this International Women’s Day, we continue to be inspired some of the many, many women who graduated from Gonzaga and have dedicated themselves to...
Student-Athletes Match Sport Achievements with Classroom Success
Since 1978, Gonzaga student-athletes have been honored with 34 Academic All-American honors. Past honorees include current NBA players, Kelly Olynyk,...
Explaining and Applying Hybrid Pedagogy
We cannot separate ourselves from technology that mediates our daily lives; that manages our social lives; that dominates politics; that entertains...
Hard to Stem Enthusiasm of Faculty, Students for New Bollier Center
Gonzaga faculty and students share their excitement for the John and Joan Bollier Family Center for Integrated Science and Engineering.
In the News: Business Prof Teaches Student-Athletes about NIL
Greg Mason in The Spokesman-Review (Mar. 1, 2022) shows what students are learning in a course by Gonzaga Marketing Professor Peggy Sue Loroz.