As a senior Bryce Comstock (’12) found himself doing original research on international diplomats. Today he is – where else? – in Washington, D.C., starting his own career in public service.
Math and computer science major Lauren Joplin takes a break to explain her research using evolutionary algorithms. This video is the first in an ongoing series about student projects, passions & research.
An indoor tennis and golf facility – made possible by a donor’s $7 million gift – will build a whole new reality for four varsity programs.
By all accounts, Betty Horak, 88, is the oldest undergraduate student ever to attend Gonzaga. She brings a wealth of perspective and character to her classes, and she will graduate in May.
Global perspectives. Interdisciplinary approaches to real-world problems. Technologically nimble students. Transcending time zones. International scholars. It’s a new world out there, and Gonzaga is reimagining itself for another 125 years.
Invited by the Native Americans, the Jesuits came to the Frontier Northwest bearing faith, intellect and fortitude. These traits are as crucial now as they were then.
Professor John Horsman lives in British Columbia and teaches fulltime in Gonzaga’s graduate level Organizational Leadership program. He loves the program, his students, and the art and practice of building a virtual learning community.
These GU students and middle schoolers see the world through a common lens: All of them cope with learning disabilities. The college students pass on their insights and confidence through an organization called Eye to Eye.