This fall, Gonzaga hosts the Opus Prize, one of the world’s top faith-based humanitarian honors, and faculty, staff and students are embracing the opportunities it offers to learn from top entrepreneurial humanitarians.
If “all the world’s a stage,” as Shakespeare wrote, no wonder Father Jack Bentz, S.J. plays his part with such grace. The 1985 Gonzaga alumnus finds being a Jesuit the ideal role – one that combines his love of Jesus and theatre.
M. Shawn Copeland, professor of Catholic systematic theology at Boston College, will deliver Gonzaga University’s 38th annual Flannery Lecture at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 20 in the Cataldo Hall Globe Room.
Gonzaga offers the poem “Christmas Prayer,” by famed Jesuit poet and priest Father Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J. In addition, listen as Big Bing Theory sings a holiday classic and visit 25 special links to Gonzaga’s Advent Calendar.
Peter Kareiva, chief scientist for The Nature Conservancy and Gonzaga University’s 2013 O’Leary Distinguished Scientist, said an Earth Genome Project, similar to the Human Genome Project, could revitalize the environmental movement.
Innovating to address the challenges of legal education, Gonzaga is the first Northwest law school to offer a two-year Juris Doctor degree. Applications are open for students to begin either its two-year or three-year program.
Few words are more affirming to college graduates, their parents and alma maters than “you’re hired.” Gonzaga’s emphasis on providing internships for students is helping Zag graduates secure jobs.
Sitting out a year in any sport is a challenge. Sitting out while your team reaches No. 1 in the country and earns its first top seed in the NCAA Tournament? Now that is difficult. The time to shine for Gonzaga has arrived for junior Gerard Coleman, a transfer from Providence.
Recognizing Catholic social teaching and responding to calls by Pope Francis and the Society of Jesus, the presidents of Gonzaga University and Gonzaga Prep sign the St. Francis Pledge to Care for Creation and the Poor.
SPOKANE, Wash. – Twenty-five teachers from the Charles Lwanga College of Education in Zambia are at Gonzaga University for two weeks as part of a program Gonzaga designed to help them realize their dream of turning their school into an independent university. Gonzaga hopes the effort will assist the College in transforming teacher education in Zambia.