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Kavka Addresses Relationship between Christians and Jews April 28 at Gonzaga Law School

Kavka Addresses Relationship between Christians and Jews April 28 at Gonzaga Law School

Posted on April 17, 2014

SPOKANE, Wash. – Martin Kavka, the Philip and Murel Berman Chair in Jewish Studies at Lehigh University, will discuss “Articulating a Positive Relationship Between Christians and Jews” at 7 p.m., Monday, April 28 at the Gonzaga University School of Law School’s Barbieri Courtroom. The event is free and open to the public and will begin with a brief Holocaust memorial service.

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Freshmen Advance at Prestigious Lafayette Debates

Freshmen Advance at Prestigious Lafayette Debates

Posted on April 16, 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Gonzaga University team of freshmen Jenna Bauer, from Des Moines, Iowa, and Paige Spraker, Boise, Idaho, advanced to the elimination rounds of the invitation-only Lafayette Debates – losing to eventual champion Emory University. Spraker was recognized as the No. 4 overall speaker from the field of 64 in the competition.

Students Learn from Economist Wolfers

Students Learn from Economist Wolfers

Posted on April 14, 2014

Gonzaga University students in Assistant Professor Erica Johnson’s senior econometrics course were delighted to interact with leading economist Justin Wolfers, Senior Fellow of the Brookings Institution, who delivered a guest lecture April 9 and responded to their questions.

Gonzaga Honors McCarthey Family with Ignatian Spirit Award at Annual Ignatian Gala

Gonzaga Honors McCarthey Family with Ignatian Spirit Award at Annual Ignatian Gala

Posted on April 14, 2014

Gonzaga University honored the McCarthey family with its Ignatian Spirit Award at the seventh annual Ignatian Gala at the McCarthey Athletic Center on April 10 for their transformative support of Gonzaga.

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Accounting Students Help Low-Income Residents Get More than $1 Million in Tax Refunds

Accounting Students Help Low-Income Residents Get More than $1 Million in Tax Refunds

Posted on April 11, 2014

SPOKANE, Wash. – More than 80 Gonzaga University accounting students have contributed over 700 hours as certified volunteer tax preparers, resulting in 728 tax returns being filed generating refunds totaling more than $1 Million ($1,061,558). And there’s still one full-service day left on Saturday with more returns to process.

Gonzaga Hosts Artificial Intelligence Conference April 26

Gonzaga Hosts Artificial Intelligence Conference April 26

Posted on April 9, 2014

SPOKANE, Wash. – Artificial intelligence researchers from Spokane and as far away as Japan will convene at Gonzaga University on April 26 for the 25th annual Modern Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference. Registration for the event, sponsored by OMRON Global and Next It, is $50 (students with a registered participant register for free).

Gonzaga Presidential Speaker Siddharth Kara Brings Curses of Modern Slavery into Focus

Gonzaga Presidential Speaker Siddharth Kara Brings Curses of Modern Slavery into Focus

Posted on April 8, 2014

Siddharth Kara, author of “Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery,” brought the curses of modern slavery into sharp focus on April 1 when he delivered Gonzaga University’s Presidential Speaker Series lecture.

Spokane Intercollegiate Research Conference at Gonzaga April 26 Will Draw Students Regionwide

Spokane Intercollegiate Research Conference at Gonzaga April 26 Will Draw Students Regionwide

Posted on April 7, 2014

SPOKANE, Wash. – College students from throughout the region will discuss their original scholarly research including “The Effect of Prayer on Frustration” and “The Evolution of High Performance Spider Silk” at the 12th annual Spokane Intercollegiate Research Conference (SIRC) at Gonzaga University on Saturday, April 26.

Engineering Students’ Voice Monitor Project Aims to Help Parkinson’s Patients

Engineering Students’ Voice Monitor Project Aims to Help Parkinson’s Patients

Posted on April 7, 2014

SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga University mechanical engineering student Carlee Quiles wanted to pursue a major that could improve daily life for people. Her Senior Design project, titled “Parkinson’s Voice Monitor – Stage 2,” with the Center for Engineering Design & Entrepreneurship aims to do just that.