Dr. Morse Renouard Lecture Explores Building with Glass
Dr. Stephen Morse is an assistant professor at Michigan Tech University. He has extensive experience in model scale and full-scale testing, numerical...
Adapting Toys for Special Needs Children on March 3
The workshop will teach the public how to adapt electronic toys for children with special needs.
Behind the Scenes with Oracle Responsys by Dr. Yousi Zheng
Dr. Yousi Zheng visited the Gonzaga campus as part of the Renouard Lecture series on Feb. 15, 2019. His work for Oracle revolves around the Responsys...
Alumna's Rewarding Engineering Management Career
Gail Heck-Sweeney ('74) credits GU for opening doors for her international work and lifestyle.
Alexa Comes to Campus
Amazon's SmartLife RoadShow came to Gonzaga to show the latest in home technology
Kellogg Engineers Change at SpaceX
Mechanical engineering alumnus Ryan Kellogg is focused on solving real-world problems at SpaceX.
Engineering Alum Gives Back In Construction Lecture
To show students real-world examples of construction project management, the Renouard Lecture series invited alum John Ciepiela ('10) to present on...
Grads of the School of Engineering and Applied Science find link between skills, passions
New Faculty Spotlight: Fall 2018
Hear from four of Gonzaga's newest faculty members.
From Radio Building to Rocket Launching
Paul Sauber ('44) was an accomplished engineer, rocket scientist, and family man.
Road Trip: Portland & Seattle Treks
The Portland Trek is on January 8, 2019 and the Seattle Trek is on January 10, 2019.
Alumnae Reid Sisters Shine at Intel
Recent Gonzaga graduates Marisa and Sierra Reid, sisters three years apart, are on the fast track at Intel, where they took center stage when the tech...
Get Your 2019 Gonzaga Donor Calendar
Find out how you can receive your own 2019 Gonzaga calendar.
Out for a ROMP
Kelsey Devereaux ('10), Jordan Williams ('10) and their dog Aska trekked the Colorado Trail to raise money for prosthetics.
Renouard Speaker Seeks Success From Failures
Peter Veloo, Ph.D. of Exponent shared his love of ‘impossible problems’ and intricacies of the fossil fuel pipeline networks with the School of...