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.
With 2.3 seconds on the clock, everyone in McCarthey Athletic Center is focused on the basketball. Everyone except the Bulldog Band’s student director.
Last summer Gonzaga piloted an unusual study abroad program in Turkey. Seventeen students left Spokane as Americans and returned as young citizens of a complex world.
Stephanie Noren (’09) works with trash, recycling, people and their behavior. The conclusions she draws prompt new answers to old questions.
With 18 years in Rome, Father Frank Case gained a close-up look at the ebb and flow of Jesuits around the world.
How do five Zags land halfway around the world, all teaching in the same school? Most of the answer involves one GU family: the Hertzes.
Sophomore Maria Chavez would not be studying at Gonzaga today without the help of Pat and Carol West. Through the Wests, Chavez not only receives essential scholarship help, she found a new set of grandparents.