Centered on themes of unconditional listening and acceptance, panelists explored the intersection of leadership and storytelling through the lens of Veterans and their service animals.
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2021 Calendar Project
The 2021 Leadership Studies Calendar includes 12 stories, each of which uniquely features the work, presence and creativity of our students, alumni, staff, faculty and community partners. We will highlight one of these stories here each month, offering hope, courage and love throughout the year.
Women Lead Virtual Conference 2021
Looking for a great way to celebrate International Women's Day on March 8th? Join us for our Spring...
School of Leadership Studies' Dr. Cunningham Receives Outstanding ...
National Communication Association Honors Dr. Cunningham for her Contributions to Master's Education
Author Christine Hassing used inspiration found in a student project to author the stories of 22...
A traffic reporter and hip-hop radio personality for iHeart Media at KUBE 93 in Seattle, Koffa is...
Gonzaga graduate student Kristen Miller was honored to represent her hometown Baltimore Ravens in...
The WOMEN LEAD Virtual Summer Luncheon, held on June 17th, 2020, featured networking opportunities and keynote speaker Erin Jones.
Connect with Mike Hazel, Erik Mertens and Venerable Semkye and hear the ways they practice mindfulness in their lives.
Dean Rosemarie Hunte & Assistant Professor of Theatre & Dance, Suzanne Ostersmith discuss the shared dance of leadership in these uncertain times.
A conversation with Father Greg Boyle '77 of Homeboy Industries and Dr. Josh Armstrong, faculty member of Gonzaga University.
The Hough's dive into the discussion of stillness and finding peace during quarantine. Observe the high-energy interaction among this family of dancers.