Cesar Ortiz Rios Engineers Bright Future
Graduating senior in School of Engineering and Applied Science, Ortiz Rios begins a Ph.D. program this fall, models success for his entire extended...
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
Rhonda Young Discusses Transportation Engineering April 24
Rhonda Kae Young, Ph.D., Gonzaga professor of civil engineering, presents "Transportation Engineering: From Neighborhood Greenways to Driverless...
Engineering an Impact
How the School of Engineering and Applied Science is putting gifts to work in the manufacturing technology center.
Jake Hansel Finds Silver Lining, Excels in First Year
As a sophomore and star point guard of the Camas (Washington) High School Papermakers, it seemed Jake Hansel had a world of opportunities to play...
Scholarship Spotlight: Octavio Rivas
How scholarships are helping enable a future engineer to follow his passion for home-building through service.
The Value of a Trek: San Fran/Bay Area Version
Julie Donovan ('18) reflects on her experience visiting Salesforce and Uber on the San Francisco/Bay Area Career Trek.
Renouard Speaker Addresses Technological Changes
Dr. Michael Kintner-Meyer discussed Engineering Opportunities in Science and Technology in the third and final Renouard Lecture of the academic year...
'Mind Palace' Captures Students' Imaginations
Computer Science capstone team creating a virtual reality space as a memorization tool.
Dr. Jason Prapas: Translating Research Into Impact
In the Renourad Distinguished Lecture series, Dr. Prapas of the Tata Institute discussed entrepreneurial endeavors for the common good.
Unrivaled: Robots with heart
Only a rare intellect wins a Marshall Scholarship, or builds robots to care for the elderly. This recent graduate does both.
Victoria Indaco applied her classroom knowledge to help build a racecar for entry into two SAE club competitions.
Determined To Make A Difference
Committed to service, sustainability and sweet melodies on the flute, this engineering major has big plans to have a big impact. And with your support...
Renouard Lecture Features Dr. Thomas Pratt
Dr. Thomas Pratt, Research Professor at the University of Notre Dame’s Department of Electrical Engineering, began the academic year’s Renouard...
The Music Issue - Engineering Music
Gonzaga Magazine showcases students who combine music with other passions, like engineering.