- Nicholas Carr to Discuss 'What Our Smartphones Are Doing to Our Minds' Oct. 24
- Suffrage to Solidarity: Faculty reflect on the 19th Amendment
- Rev. Doyle Presents Lecture on Impact of Sexual Abuse on Catholic Church
- Gonzaga Launches Construction of Transformative Integrated Science and Engineering Facility
The acclaimed author and essayist best known for his books on technology, economics and culture will deliver Gonzaga's Arnold Lecture. The event is free and all are welcome.
2020 marks the centennial of the women's right to vote. Here, Gonzaga faculty members contribute reflections on what that means.
Rev. Thomas P. Doyle will present “What the Sexual Abuse Phenomenon Has Done to the Catholic Church” at Gonzaga’s Flannery Lecture Oct. 7. The event is free and open to all.
The $56 million facility heralds a new phase of expansion in STEM-related educational and interdisciplinary collaboration, enabling faculty and students to engage in important theoretical and applied work.