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Student Researchers Tackle Civics, Economics & More
Gonzaga students participate in SIRC - the Spokane Intercollegiate Research Conference - to share findings
Social Consequences of Loneliness
A growing body of research points to loneliness as an impending epidemic with an enormous impact on the health of individuals and society. Gonzaga...
Homelessness & Leadership, Top Topics for Alumni Academy
Homelessness and leaderships were topics tackled by speakers at Gonzaga's Alumni Academy 2018.
Women Supporting Women: A Leadership Imperative
The first cohort of Gonzaga's Women in Leadership Certificate program gather at one of Spokane's newest woman-owned businesses.
Alumna Golden Reads Poetry at Visiting Writers Series Oct. 18
Award-winning poet Sierra Golden will read from her collection, “The Slow Art,” at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 18 in the Jepson Center’s Wolff Auditorium.
Greater Gonzaga Guild Presents ‘Why Our Tech-Driven World Needs ...
Kirk Besmer, Gonzaga professor of philosophy and the Arnold Chair, will present at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 23; free, open to the public
The Act Six Scholarship
Act Six provides community leaders in Washington with full-need, full-tuition scholarships.
Arnold Professor Besmer: Why Society Needs the Humanities
Professor Kirk Besmer delivered his Arnold installation lecture, "Why our Tech-Driven Lives Need the Humanities," to a packed Jundt Lounge gathering...
Gonzaga's First School Safety Forum a Success
Gonzaga’s forum, “School Safety: Shared Responsibility for a Safer Future,” featured a keynote by Virginia Tech shooting survivor Kristina Anderson...
Q&A: New Law School Dean Rooksby Aims to Innovate, Integrate, Advocate
In this recent interview, Dean Rooksby talks about his path to GU and his plans for the School of Law.
Laurie Arnold Discusses Native American West, Columbia Plateau ...
The lecture by Arnold, a history professor and director of Gonzaga's Native American Studies program, is free and open to all
Available Now: The Gonzaga Law Magazine Online and in Print
The latest issue of the Gonzaga Law magazine is out and it is available online. As always, the latest issue features an inside look at Gonzaga Law,...
Scrubs & Steins: A day in the life of one nursing student
Working through nursing school, student Melissa Keenan follows her father's footsteps
From Scraps to Scholarships
Local nonprofits recycles scrap metal and turns it into scholarship money for students.