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Undergraduate Research at Gonzaga Includes more than STEM Disciplines
For most people, the word “research” conjures an image of a biology or chemistry lab—but research isn’t restricted to the natural sciences.
Careers & Accolades from Spring '18 Magazine
Grads from Law, Education, Business and more share about new opportunities
The Sky's the Limit
Andy Schneider, accounting grad and Alaska Air's new VP of People, talks leadership and her experiences in the business world
Alumnae Jessica Michaels gives back to Gonzaga Broadcasting, a program that propelled her own successes
The Value of a Trek: San Fran/Bay Area Version
Julie Donovan ('18) reflects on her experience visiting Salesforce and Uber on the San Francisco/Bay Area Career Trek.
Gonzaga Launches School of Leadership Studies
Gonzaga will establish a School of Leadership Studies effective June 1, affirming its commitment to the importance of this field of study for the...
Boldness & Confidence: Lessons at Women Lead
Women Lead Spokane 2018 featured Deanna Davis, Sister Helen Prejean, Liz Baxter as keynote speakers. All encouraged women to think and act with...
Through Stories, Michael Larson Aims to Change World
Gonzaga freshman Michael Larson is a natural-born leader driven by his passion for people. He is inspired to pursue a singular but hardly simple goal:...
CURCI Provides Research Opportunities to CAS Students from all Disciplines
Research isn't just about STEM; the arts, humanities, and social sciences also provide a wealth of opportunities to explore the human experience, and...
Uncompromising: Go inside the Twitter-verse
#InnerZag. In her work at Twitter, Libby Laveson inspires authentic and purpose-driven action.
Unequaled: Surgical care
For Dr. Shirzad, becoming a surgeon was the perfect way to be a person for others.
Uncharted: A different perspective
Ben Joyce discovered a new perspective during his time at Gonzaga, and now he's sharing it with the world.
Unrivaled: Robots with heart
Only a rare intellect wins a Marshall Scholarship, or builds robots to care for the elderly. This recent graduate does both.
Unbelievable: A passion for people
From Chaps to Rwanda in service of others. For Celeste Shaw, serving others leads to entrepreneurial success.