Dr. Andrew Goldman, associate professor of history, led an archeological dig in Turkey and shares some of the ‘glitches & glories’ of leading students overseas.
Archive for Fall 2010
PACCAR Center recieves gold and three major scholarships, including two Fulbrights, were announced at Gonzaga. This along with other Gonzaga quick reads can be found at “The Wall.”
Readers share their memories of the mystery Zag, Dean James McGivern of the School of Engineering.
The Daniels Recital Hall is a favorite success story. When Kevin Daniels (’79), Gonzaga Regent, came on the scene, the city of Seattle had issued a demolition permit for the then First United Methodist Church.
Loretta Wiltgen (’76) is president of Portland’s St. Andrew Nativity School – the only tuition-free Jesuit Catholic middle school in the Pacific Northwest.
Named in honor of the late Father Tony Lehmann, S.J., alumni chaplain, this column presents commentary about the University and its mission.
PACCAR serves as academic home for some of the most brilliant engineering and scientific minds to walk Gonzaga’s campus. So why clutter their busy minds with art?