Filter by Topic
Mystery Zag: Francoise Kuester
Here are reader reflections on the last "Mystery Zag," a French woman with a reputation for fine cuisine.
Guest Expertise: Equality, Saints, and the Free Market
Read selections from a few of many guest experts who visited Gonzaga's campus in recent months, including Angela Davis and Steve Forbes.
This is Lucy, one Zag's service dog, here to let you in on some secrets about service animals, and where a dog can always find treats at Gonzaga.
Laurie Powers Promoted to Assistant Dean of Professional Development
This June, Laurie Powers was named the new Assistant Dean of Professional Development. Powers has served in various capacities at Gonzaga Law since...
Gonzaga Welcomes Top Academic Class
The 1,200 first-year students Gonzaga welcomed to campus represent one of the two brightest academic classes in its 131-year history — a virtual tie...
Gonzaga Law Welcomes Visiting Professor Jeffrey Omari
Professor Jeffrey Omari has been selected as the Visiting Assistant Professor for the Center of Civil and Human Rights for the 2018-19 academic year.
Magis Awards for Nordstrom and Measor
Here are two Gonzaga faculty members who received Student Development's Magis Awards for service to students during the 2017-2018 year.
Gonzaga Digital Humanities Project Shines
An academic paper presented by Gonzaga faculty Katey Roden and Pavel Shlossberg was selected as one of six finalists for the prestigious Paul Fortier...
New Faces Prepare Students to Tackle Big Problems
Two of the Computer Science department's newest faculty members are Gina Sprint and David Schroeder, preparing students to tackle tough problems with...
Harman Khare, Ph.D. Adds New Options to Mechanical Engineering Studies
Tribology is the study of surfaces in motion, and drives this Assistant Professor's research in reducing or eliminating friction.
Gonzaga's New School of Leadership Studies Hosts Inaugural Dinner
Gonzaga University President Dr. Thayne McCulloh toasted the University's newest school, the School of Leadership Studies, at a celebratory dinner in...
6th Annual Leadership Symposium Attracts Hundreds of Students
This year's School of Leadership Studies research symposium drew hundreds of students, from undergraduate through doctoral.
Gonzaga's Women Lead Initiative Announces Certificate Program
The School of Leadership Studies will launch a certificate in women's leadership in September.
GU Announces Key Leadership Changes
Lizbeth Martin, Ph.D., named interim provost and senior vice president; James Angelosante named vice president for administration.