Gonzaga welcomes four new leaders and launches a School of Nursing and Human Physiology.
- Gonzaga Introduces Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak as Dean of Arts & Sciences
- Gonzaga Names Judi Biggs Garbuio Vice President of Student Development
- Vincent C. Alfonso to Lead Gonzaga University School of Education as Dean
- Gonzaga Launches School of Nursing & Human Physiology, Names Inaugural Dean Stevenson Marshall
- Trainers of School Psychologists Group Honors Gonzaga Education Dean Vincent C. Alfonso
SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga University’s planned construction of the transformative University Center, scheduled to open in 2015, translates into some significant changes for students this fall. With classes scheduled to begin Sept. 3, students will find both the ZagShop, Gonzaga’s bookstore, and The Marketplace, their main cafeteria, relocated to the Boone Avenue Retail Center – known as BARC.
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.
Swerve Productions was among three finalist teams chosen from 20 schools nationwide that participated in the program last semester. Five of the 16 members of Swerve Productions represented Gonzaga at the competition in Torrance, Calif., where each team presented its campaign to Honda executives. California State-Fullerton, which won the competition, Gonzaga, and Johns Hopkins University each earned $5,000 for its work.
Gonzaga University and Dale Chihuly created a video of the artist’s recent sold-out lecture in Spokane, which is available for viewing online until July 31. The lecture was delivered April 25 at the Bing Crosby Theatre and all public tickets were claimed on the first day they were available. The lecture coincides with the special […]
SALT LAKE CITY – Ninth-seed Wichita State stunned the No. 1-ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs 76-70 on Saturday in the third-round of the NCAA Tournament at the EnergySolutions Arena, ending the Zags’ remarkable season of firsts. The Shockers (28-8) advance to the West Regional in Los Angeles to play the winner of Sunday’s Mississippi-La Salle game.
March Madness Video Files: Kelly Olynyk, Mike Hart on Zags’ Hard-Won Victory over Southern on Thursday
SALT LAKE CITY — The snow fell lightly here this morning as the top-ranked Gonzaga men’s basketball team prepares for a light practice this afternoon at the EnergySolutions Arena as the Zags circle the wagons for their third-round NCAA Tournament game at 6:40 p.m. (MDT) on Saturday (5:40 p.m. PDT) against the Shockers of Wichita State.
LAS VEGAS – The top-seed Gonzaga women’s basketball team – along with head Coach Kelly Graves – met the media today, one day before their matchup at 1 p.m. Monday in the West Coast Conference Tournament championship game against No. 2 seed San Diego. The Zags earned a 62-43 victory over No. 4 seed Brigham Young in Saturday’s semifinals.
The yearlong celebration of Gonzaga University’s 125th Anniversary, themed “Tradition and Transformation,” will reach a crescendo on National Gonzaga Day, Jan. 24 (2013), when Zags worldwide unite to celebrate and support the University’s rich and living mission to educate people for others.
SPOKANE, Wash. – Some of Gonzaga’s best and brightest students had the rare opportunity to engage in dialogue with three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Thomas L. Friedman on Sept. 4, prior to his Gonzaga Presidential Lecture Series address that evening at the McCarthey Athletic Center. The event was part of Gonzaga’s yearlong 125th Anniversary celebration. Friedman graciously fielded questions from a panel of selected students for more than an hour.