Experienced Faculty Lead the Way
The knowledge of the field, passion for teaching, and professionalism of the faculty is the greatest strength of our program.
Global Engagement at its Finest
The School of Education collaborates globally with the Charles Lwanga College of Education in Zambia
Instruction Supporting Community
Teacher Education candidates set their eyes on enhancing student success at Shaw and Gary Middle Schools
Internships Open Doors for our Graduates
Sport Management interns have landed positions in professional, minor league and collegiate sports, national and local organizations, schools and...
Mission: Possible, Service Making a Difference
Mission: Possible provides immersive experience for students to impact lives of those facing adversity and an opportunity to grow individually
Pre-School Lab Exemplifies Mission
Our Jesuit, Catholic, Humanistic traditions are on full display in our on-campus, Special Education learning lab
Respecting and Serving our Veterans
Dr. Mark Young and his graduate students serve an important community
Rethinking Native American Education
The School of Education partners with local tribes to shine light on the challenges Native American students face
School of Education Hosts National Conference
Young Child Expo and Conference (YCEC) brings national attention, exposure, and attendees to Spokane
Sport Management Panel Connects Students
The Sport and Physical Education department partnered with Career and Professional Development to host a Sport Management Panel Discussion.
Students Travel to Present Marketing Plan
Gonzaga University Sport and Physical Education students present sport marketing plan for Vancouver, WA area high school.
Supporting Local Refugees
The School of Education plays an important role is supporting Spokane’s refugee families
Why I teach
Lauren Macey, MIT '12, shares a special story about why she loves teaching.
Dr. Deborah Nieding, Associate Professor, Chair of Teacher Education
Teacher Education Chair challenges the next generation to think globally.