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Professor Taninchev Explores Global Coffee Trade in Oct. 22 Lecture
Professor Taninchev will explore the environmental, social, economic and political dynamics of the global coffee trade. Drawing on her research,...
In the News: Gonzaga's International Students
This Gonzaga Bulletin story notes GU's 200 international students who represent 40 countries.
American Academy of Nursing Names Dean Salyers a Fellow
Vincent Salyers, dean of the School of Nursing and Human Physiology at Gonzaga, is among 231 nurse leaders selected for the 2019 honor.
Professor Henning to Discuss ‘Ethics in a Time of Climate Change’ ...
The Greater Gonzaga Guild lecture series welcomes Henning at 11:30 a.m., Sept. 24 in the McCarthey Athletic Center Herak Club Room; reservations...
Law Center Presents Social Justice Conference Sept. 20
Event is titled “Medicine, Music, & Mascots: Furthering Social Justice in the Age of Intellectual Property.”
Great Wonder and Profound Hope: A reflection on solidarity
Sophomore Kaitlyn Wiens shares her reflections following the event "Building a Bridge of Solidarity"
The Mission is a Call to Action
GSBA President Michael Tanaka shared his reflections on how the Gonzaga Mission comes alive.
Building a Bridge of Solidarity: Gonzaga stands with the marginalized
To stand in solidarity with those suffering injustice at the southern border, members of the community gathered for a candlelight vigil to show...
Fulbright Scholar Rising in Japan
History Professor Ann Ostendorf is excited to learn more about Japan, its people and culture as she embarks on a 10-month teaching assignment at two...
Mission: Possible Living Legacy of Service Learning at Gonzaga
Program celebrating 20th anniversary, but evolved from a long institutional history of service at Gonzaga, grounded in Jesuit ethos.
Mission Possible Celebrates 20 Years
Across the nation, students explore the complexities of poverty, racism, immigration, homelessness, disabilities, incarceration and more, through the...
NBA's Drafting of Hachimura Creates Buzz
Former Gonzaga University player Rui Hachimura became more widely known in the basketball world with his first-round selection in the 2019 NBA Draft...
Zags Visit Utrecht, Holland
What does it take to turn a vehicle-heavy city into a haven for cyclists and pedestrians?
Serving God, Near and Far: Teach For America, Peace Corps & More
Thirty-six graduates of the class of 2019 set aside traditional career paths to take assignments as volunteers in four foreign countries and cities...