School of Education Stories
Gonzaga's First School Safety Forum a Success
Gonzaga’s forum, “School Safety: Shared Responsibility for a Safer Future,” featured a keynote by Virginia Tech shooting survivor Kristina Anderson...
School of Education Rededicates Rosauer Center
The School of Education held a ceremony rededicating the Rosauer Center on its 25 anniversary and also kicked off the 90th year celebration of the...
‘Gonzaga Will’ Fundraising Campaign Tops Goal, Raises More Than ...
Goal shattered thanks to the generosity of more than 40,000 donors.
Gonzaga University Hosts School Safety Forum Oct. 8
‘Shared Responsibility for a Safer Future’ in Hemmingson Center Ballroom is free, open to the public.
Sometimes it's the simplest things that have the greatest impact on the Zag experience.
It’s More Than Jobs: Supporting Students in their Educational Pursuits
The new Professional and Graduate School Program Manager will serve as a resource for students looking to enter a graduate or professional school...
Treks Go International in 2019
Building on the treks successes of the past, Career & Professional Development is partnering with the Center for Global Engagement to sponsor...
U.S. News & World Report: Gonzaga No. 4 Best University in West, ...
U.S. News & World Report: Gonzaga No. 4 Best University in West, No. 1 for Undergraduate Teaching. Also, No. 2 Best Graduation Rate, No. 6 Best Value;...
Rosauer Center for Education Rededication Ceremony Sept. 20
The building has undergone significant updates and improvements to meet the educational needs of today’s students and faculty.
Humanitarian, U.S. Senator, Jesuit Speak at 125th Commencement
Honorees at Exercises May 12-13 include Sen. Catherine M. Cortez Masto, Andrew Dwonch, Fr. Leo J. O'Donovan, S.J., & Judge Rosanna Malouf Peterson
Careers & Accolades from Spring '18 Magazine
Grads from Law, Education, Business and more share about new opportunities
Homes with a Heart
Read about how members of the class of '66 traveled halfway around the globe for a Habitat for Humanity build
A League Of Her Own
An alumna who devoted her life to making a difference, Bobbie League's ('70) gifts are having impacts beyond what she imagined.
Ronny Invites Teacher to Hall of Honor
Former Zag, NBA star honors GU English teacher
School of Education Presents 'Professional Development Week'
Professional development for teachers, school psychologists, counselors, and early childhood providers April 4-6.