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Gonzaga Welcomes 8 New Act Six Scholars
The urban and community leaders are in the incoming class of 2023.
In The News: President McCulloh sports Gonzaga tartan at pep rally
His kilt was more than a fashion statement - it was recognition of students' work
In the News: U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto pulling for Zags
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, discusses how she wound up in Spokane for law school.
Organizational Leadership Transformed my Life
The ORGL program gave me opportunities that I never thought would have been possible while working full-time.
A Shared Love for Gonzaga
Brenda and Stephen Rountree’s successful marriage demonstrates the importance of shared interests and values, and Gonzaga University and the Master’s...
EWU, GU Law Collaborate to Benefit Students Interested in Legal Careers
Eastern Washington University students aiming to pursue a career in the law may have some new opportunities to do so soon thanks to a collaborative...
Acclaimed Reporter, Author Timothy Egan Speaks March 25
The Pulitzer-Prize winner will discuss how the current U.S. political polarization has crystallized some of our nation’s common historical values. The...
Memes, Hobbits, Ads and Global Economics
First-Year Seminars provide freshmen and transfer students a unique look at academics at Gonzaga, studying unusual topics in a fresh format.
Dr. Morse Renouard Lecture Explores Building with Glass
Dr. Stephen Morse is an assistant professor at Michigan Tech University. He has extensive experience in model scale and full-scale testing, numerical...
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 –...
Faculty Sparking a Fire in Students through Collaborative Program
A new joint program between academic professors and CPD helps support students in the career-search process.
Career Exploration Across the Pond
Students, faculty and staff recap Gonzaga's first international business trek in London in January 2019.
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.
Phi Beta Kappa Faculty Host Author of “Why Liberalism Failed”
The inaugural lecture presented by Phi Beta Kappa focused on the U.S.’s current political moment and its intellectual roots