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Gonzaga Law’s International Mediation Competition Welcomes ...
Gonzaga Law is proud to announce an expansion to its International Mediation Competition in Florence, Italy. This year, Gonzaga and the University of...
For Raymond Reyes, Teaching Remains Transcendent
Raymond Reyes, associate academic vice president and chief diversity officer, continues teaching, his first love, which he has done with distinction...
Gonzaga Welcomes 8 New Act Six Scholars
The urban and community leaders are in the incoming class of 2023.
Experiential Learning Examples: Bridging Gaps at the Borders
Sociology prof Joe Johnston explains how segregation – living and socializing in communities that are racially and socioeconomically homogenous –...
Adapting Toys for Special Needs Children on March 3
The workshop will teach the public how to adapt electronic toys for children with special needs.
Greater Gonzaga Guild Hosts Professor Tackett Feb. 26
Tackett will present “An Introduction to Gender Economics.”
Visiting Writers Series Welcomes giovanni singleton Feb. 27
The acclaimed series continues with award-winning poet giovanni singleton
Chávez to Discuss AIDS Activism, Latinx Immigrant Communities Feb.11
Karma Chávez, Ph.D., is an associate professor and chair of Mexican American and Latina/o studies at University of Texas at Austin.
Gonzaga Hosts ‘Teach-In on Civil Rights’ on MLK Day
Speakers discussed issues including housing discrimination in Spokane’s history, and the life and legacy of GU alumnus and civil rights attorney Carl...
Gonzaga Hosts Civil Rights Teach-In on MLK Day Jan. 21
Gonzaga will host a “Teach-in on Civil Rights in Spokane” in the Hemmingson Center
Building a Learning Community for Immigrants & Refugees
Through English as a Second Language courses, master's students and Spokane immigrants and refugees learn together.
Zag MacDaniel Graff Keeps on Sunny Side
MacDaniel Graff, a junior studying sports management, was injured in an accident. But the former three-sport athlete stays close to the action as a...
Fellows from Laos and Cambodia spent three weeks in Spokane. Here, they ask GU students what they have learned about leadership through service.
Lifting the Lamp
In “Lifting the Lamp” – a phrase harkening to the inscription on the Statue of Liberty – we share faculty, alumni and student perspectives on...