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Mastering Higher Education: Charlita Shelton
Although she's only been here two years, Charlita Shelton is making tangible differences as President Thayne McCulloh's chief of staff.
Jewish Community Celebrates Torah Gift
A copy of the Torah – the sacred text of the Jewish faith – arrived at Gonzaga in October, thanks to generous donors to the Gonzaga’s and Spokane...
Pathways for Healthy Livelihoods
How one alum is working with partners in Kenya to develop educational and career pathways for the local community.
Diversity Monologues, LGBTQ Support Lauded at Gonzaga
Gonzaga University has received two recognitions for its efforts toward diversity, inclusiveness and social justice.
Building Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in the Workplace
Exploring the complex aspects of DEI through storytelling, practical application, and more
Welcoming Students to Campus
Check out the welcome letter to students and families from Joan Iva Fawcett, Assistant Dean of DICE.
Registration Opens for 2021 International Conference on Hate Studies
Registration now open for the Gonzaga University Institute for Hate Studies’ Sixth International Conference on Hate Studies, Nov. 4-6, 2021
Gonzaga Welcomes Second-Largest First-Year Class
During new student orientation on Aug 27-30, Gonzaga will welcome its second-largest incoming class ever, with 1,330 students expected to attend.
BRIDGE Pre-Orientation Program
Learn more about BRIDGE (Building Relationships In Diverse Gonzaga Environments), one of our pre-orientation programs.
Vietnamese in Spokane
Two Vietnamese students met in Spokane and ended up at Gonzaga together.
A Critical Eye on Gender and Power Dynamics
As an academic field, women’s studies draws in many subjects to examine women’s lives and experiences in social and cultural constructs.
Noralis Rodríguez-Coss researches Puerto Rican women’s issues, and experiences of other island women
Fat Zebra: Science & Health
The research of Sara Díaz, Ph.D. is "fascinating intellectual work that includes difficult, real-world problems." It’s also deeply personal.
Together and Connected
A virtual year has tested everyone's ability to stay connected, despite this Gonzaga Cultural Clubs found unique ways to celebrate their community.