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Using an English Degree in the Future
Four Gonzaga alumni share how they've used their English degrees in a variety of fields and projects.
Alumna Michelle Paulin Serves in Diplomatic Role at Tokyo Olympics
Michelle “Missy” Paulin (’98) is delighted to be in Tokyo serving as a U.S. diplomat at the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer.
Reimagining Women in Leadership
“My greatest joy with Women Lead is watching others feel empowered and seeing them light up when they realize how supportive this network is. The ways...
Gonzaga Again Earns ‘Military Friendly’ Designation
Continuing its mission to provide veterans, their spouses, and the military community with the finest choices nationwide for educational...
Curating a Masterpiece: Behind the Scenes at Jundt Art Museum
Though Gonzaga's Jundt Art Museum has been closed to the public due to COVID-19 restrictions, its staff has continued the work of curating and...
Career Moves and Positive Pursuits in the Spring '21 Magazine
Gonzaga alumni share the career and life highlights they experienced during an unprecedented year.
Undergraduate Research at GU
Students interested in research at the undergraduate level will find many opportunities to explore at Gonzaga.
Building Bridges: TJ Espinoza Seeks to Shine a Light on Possibility
TJ Espinoza, alum of Gonzaga’s M.A. in Organizational Leadership, reflects in the wake of turmoil and offers his own experiences as a means for...
Top Majors: Business & Nursing Hold the Line
Every year since 2000, the majors with the highest numbers of undergraduates are in Business and Nursing. Find out why.
Implementing Symplicity for Gonzaga Student Employment
In 2018, Gonzaga’s Career & Professional Development office (CPD) began considering a transition from Handshake, the then-current student career...
Top 20 Gonzaga Stories of 2020
From COVID-19 decisions to national rankings, plus Zags finding Zags, here are the top 20 story pages viewed on gonzaga.edu over the course of 2020
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.
Showing Up to Share the Zag Experience
How a Gonzaga business grad's significant support for STEM will have an impact on Zags in all fields of study.
On Race and Writing: Alum Stefan Bradley
A white Gonzaga professor helped inspire Stefan Bradley (’96) toward a career in academia and, eventually, to a focus on the Black experience in Ivy...