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Coming and Going: For Innovation and Immersion
For over a decade, Gonzaga has been partnering with Pontifica Universidad Javeriana, a Jesuit institution in Colombia.
Professor Shepherd's Research Targets Parasitic Infections
Tenaciously, she aims to find new ways to treat parasitic infections, a Third World epidemic.
Zags in Stellenbosch
Two Gonzaga students share their adventures abroad in Stellenbosch, South Africa.
Aizley Hansen Teaches in Spain on a Fulbright Award
Hansen, a 2018 Gonzaga graduate, is teaching English at a bilingual high school in Madrid, Spain through a prestigious Fulbright scholarship.
After spending most of the summer before her senior year of high school focusing in the Dominican Republic, Aizley Hansen (’18) knew she ultimately...
Treks Go International in 2019
Building on the treks successes of the past, Career & Professional Development is partnering with the Center for Global Engagement to sponsor...
Open Mind, Open Heart
Learn about the refugee support of Shannon Dunn in “Welcoming the Stranger.”
Gonzaga Digital Humanities Project Shines
An academic paper presented by Gonzaga faculty Katey Roden and Pavel Shlossberg was selected as one of six finalists for the prestigious Paul Fortier...
Exactly Where I'm Supposed to Be
On an immersion trip to Ecuador, Karina Keyser found what it is to be present.
The Ministry Institute: Haven for Servants
Participants of The Ministry Institute are priests and nuns from around the world, coming to Gonzaga for sabbatical.
Lingering Lessons from the Sonoran Desert
In 2014, a walk in the desert changed John Draxler's life. Today, he's headed to law school as a result.
The Next Step; A Year of Service
Thirty-three grads of the Class of 2018 are taking a year to volunteer
Jisike: A Nigerian Message of Strength
Nigerian student Nneka Enemkpali addresses the Graduate Commencement at Gonzaga
Celebrate: ROTC, Nurses, Volunteers, English Learners
Here are additional ceremonies honoring special achievements as part of Commencement 2018