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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...
From Enron to Engie
Christine Uri of Engie Insight gives 2018 Aram Lecture in Business Ethics
Finding Your Place
Joanne Shiosaki is mom, mentor, boss and captain ... and deeply loved by students
Kellogg Engineers Change at SpaceX
Mechanical engineering alumnus Ryan Kellogg is focused on solving real-world problems at SpaceX.
Big Sky Classroom
A campground on the upper Missouri River is the classroom for Gonzaga in the Wilderness
Grads of the School of Engineering and Applied Science find link between skills, passions
Coming and Going: For Innovation and Immersion
For over a decade, Gonzaga has been partnering with Pontifica Universidad Javeriana, a Jesuit institution in Colombia.
New Faculty Spotlight: Fall 2018
Hear from four of Gonzaga's newest faculty members.
From Radio Building to Rocket Launching
Paul Sauber ('44) was an accomplished engineer, rocket scientist, and family man.
Advancing Film with Matt McCormick
Film festival veteran Matt McCormick aids Gonzaga in developing visual literacy and filmmaking
No Limits to Virtual Impact
Robyn Harder's love for Gonzaga began when she enrolled in an online master's program from her home in Pennsylvania.
Action & Impact: Not just a company slogan
Cindy Runger ('91, '94) is the first woman of color and first woman under 50 to preside over the Seattle Rotary
Alumni Accomplishments From the Winter Issue
Gonzaga alumni share notable career moves, care for their community and more
Dean Mermann-Jozwiak Discusses Interdisciplinary Studies
The Greater Gonzaga Guild event is free and open to all.