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Leadership in the Cross Roads and at the Borders
The School of Leadership Studies was well represented in the Journal of Leadership Education’s Fall 2020 issue, featuring articles from faculty who...
They Give and Serve Because of Those Who Never Could
How George Gonzalez ('07) and Don Hackney ('69) serve and give to carry forth the legacy of three Zags who lost their lives.
Around the World with Tommy Lloyd
Tommy Lloyd’s list of recruiting success includes the likes of Gonzaga greats Ronny Turiaf, Kelly Olynyk, Domantas Sabonis and Rui Hachimura
Leadership Strategies to Counter Hate
This summer, students in Gonzaga University's School of Leadership Studies shared their diverse perspectives and collective commitment to social...
‘Perspectives from Public Health & Theology: COVID-19’
Gonzaga’s Fall Flannery Webinar will feature a panel discussion, “Perspectives from Public Health & Theology: COVID-19,” at 5 p.m., Wednesday, Oct....
Professor Timothy Olsen Selected as a Fulbright U.S. Scholar
Timothy Olsen, Ph.D., assistant professor of management information systems, will travel to Malaysia to teach and conduct research on crowdsourcing...
BLM: A Dream Can Become Reality at GU
The Black Lives Matter movement in America has heightened awareness on Gonzaga's campus of the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion and justice....
Gonzaga and Shorelight Announce Partnership for International Students
Gonzaga University and Shorelight today announced the launch of Gonzaga Global, a new partnership that will operate international undergraduate direct...
Gonzaga Hosts Spokane Candidates Climate Change Forum Oct. 7
Gonzaga University’s environmental studies department will host the forum via Zoom at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 7 for voters to hear local candidates’...
New Book Reflects Scholarship of School of Leadership Studies
“Servant-Leadership and Forgiveness: How Leaders Help Heal the Heart of the World,” published this month by the State University of New York Press...
Imprinted on Her Heart: Erin Bergmann Works for Human Rights in Honduras
Gonzaga alum Erin Bergmann spent four months strategizing fundraising to support food programs in Honduras.
Leading Community Organizations Support Opportunity Northeast
Opportunity Northeast's efforts to enhance food security has drawn support from three leading nonprofit organizations in Spokane.
New Leaders Start Amid Pandemic Calamity
Marianne Poxleitner and Whitney Franklin are ready to lead through building relationships, trust and collaboration between faculty and staff.
More Than a Sport: Soccer as Connection
Foday Kabba ('09) returns to Sierra Leone to link people across linguistic and ethnic barriers with soccer.