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April 11 Lecture Addresses 'Islam, Immigration & European Integration'
The lecture by Mohammed Boudoudou, Ph.D., will be held in the Jundt Art Museum Auditorium is free; all are welcome
Teaching Teachers to Teach
How do you teach 100-140 students in a classroom built for far fewer?
Gonzaga Law’s International Mediation Competition Welcomes ...
Gonzaga Law is proud to announce an expansion to its International Mediation Competition in Florence, Italy. This year, Gonzaga and the University of...
As Hate Crimes Rise, Gonzaga Convenes International Hate Studies ...
With a 17-percent spike in U.S. hate crime incidents in 2017 compared with 2016, Gonzaga's Institute for Hate Studies convenes experts worldwide
Experiential Learning Examples: Bridging Gaps at the Borders
Sociology prof Joe Johnston explains how segregation – living and socializing in communities that are racially and socioeconomically homogenous –...
Science Wiz Chad Hicks: Alumnus for Others
Chad Hicks (’18), a gifted science scholar, is helping to introduce the magic of science to youngsters while he pursues a Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins...
How Did Hector and Yolanda Meet?
Two different activists, brought together in Tijuana after deportation, are working to support mothers and veterans victimized by border conflicts.
Gonzaga Receives 2019 Clean Air Award
The Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency honors Gonzaga for its exemplary and innovative efforts to improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions
Building a Learning Community for Immigrants & Refugees
Through English as a Second Language courses, master's students and Spokane immigrants and refugees learn together.
Trustees Approve Socially Responsible Investment Strategy
The Board approved the recommendation of its Investment Committee to adopt a holistic, comprehensive approach to socially responsible investing.
Rui Hachimura Learns English
Located in the heart of campus in Welch Hall, the English Language Center might deserve recognition in Gonzaga’s Athletic Hall of Fame for its...
Fellows from Laos and Cambodia spent three weeks in Spokane. Here, they ask GU students what they have learned about leadership through service.
Lifting the Lamp
In “Lifting the Lamp” – a phrase harkening to the inscription on the Statue of Liberty – we share faculty, alumni and student perspectives on...
How Do You Plead?
Gonzaga Magazine's editor sets the stage for a feature on immigration