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What if students could travel back in time to the streets of Pompeii or to first-century Rome?
Taking Center Stage
The 2018-19 Report of the President includes financial reports, highlights of the academic year and an honor roll of donors.
Jake Deckert Accepts First Joint Appointment for UWSOM-GU Health Partnership
For the first time since forming their partnership, the UW School of Medicine and Gonzaga have jointly hired a faculty member to teach medical...
Medicine, Books and Awards: Alumni in winter '20 magazine
Gonzaga alumni share successes and accomplishments in the Winter 2020 issue of Gonzaga Magazine
Daniel Stewart Co-Edits Book on Business in Native American Communities
The book is titled “Creating Private Sector Economies in Native America: Sustainable Development through Entrepreneurship.”
Tilford Triage: Good Fix for Nursing, Human Physiology
Construction in the School of Nursing and Human Physiology creates more opportunities for transformative teaching and learning
Liz & Scott Morris Increase Opportunity for Humanities Research ...
This past summer, Liz (’80) and Scott Morris (’80 & ’89) made a generous gift to sustain the Morris Undergraduate Research Fellowship as part of a...
Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra Performs with Cello Virtuoso Brannon ...
The Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra presents its winter program Nov. 25 in the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center.
Up Close: Engineering & Applied Science Dean Karlene Hoo
Karlene Hoo, Ph.D., became dean of Gonzaga's School of Engineering and Applied Science this fall — a historic moment for the school as construction...
Still Deciding Your Major?
There are plenty of resources for Gonzaga students that are still deciding their major.
Professor Clarence 'Bud' Barnes Presents Guild Lecture Nov. 19
Barnes, a professor of economics and dean emeritus in the GU School of Business Administration, will discuss “America Divided: An Economic...
Bio-infiltration Pond Provides County Data, Valuable Experience ...
A set of storm water swales offers an annual research challenge.
Feminist Pioneer Sally Roesch Wagner Speaks at Gonzaga Nov. 11
Wagner, one of the first women to earn a doctorate in women’s studies and a founder of one the first U.S. college women’s studies programs, will...
Research: When It Comes to Gratitude, Powerful People May Feel It More
A new series of studies involving Gonzaga researchers shows that powerful people may actually feel more grateful than those with less power — a...