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Our Mission: Climate Commitment

Dec 01, 2010 Comments Off on Our Mission: Climate Commitment by

President Thayne McCulloh, D.Phil., signed the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment in September, renewing and expanding Gonzaga’s longstanding commitment to environmental sustainability. In recent years, the Jesuits and other church leaders have recognized environmental sustainability as a moral imperative. The Climate Commitment was designed to encourage sustainability across all facets of society by […]

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Jim Day and His Rolodex

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GAMP’s Gramp Helps New Generation. Jim Day (’65) may have graduated from Gonzaga with a degree in accounting, but don’t label him as the proverbial bean counter. Day has spent the better part of his professional life giving back to Gonzaga and hundreds of alumni by spearheading the Gonzaga Alumni Mentor Program – also known […]

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Mentoring On Ice

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Autistic youth learn skating – and much more – through special needs hockey, a GU student service project. A husky yeenager slowly swings his hockey stick, his motions tentative. But the puck goes right where he wants. “Score!” cries out goalie Colin McQuilkin, a Gonzaga junior and mentor in this unusual program. Gonzaga’s Special Needs […]

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Notes on a Fulbright in Dublin

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This fall, Ron Large was named associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. By Ron Large, Professor of Religious Studies Last fall, I had the privilege of teaching in Dublin on a Fulbright Scholar Award. The Irish School of Ecumenics was my host institution; I taught in the International Peace Studies Program. The […]

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A note from President McCulloh

Aug 20, 2010 Comments Off on A note from President McCulloh by

Welcome to the first edition of the new Gonzaga Magazine. The story of Gonzaga – its past, present and future – are the stories of its alumni, students, faculty and friends.

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Young Bio-Chemists at Work

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The late stage of undergraduate scientific teaching is where students become intimate with the trials and tribulations of working science. And in 2010, that requires more than test tubes and Bunsen burners.

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Not So Distant

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Meet Lamont Miles, electrical engineer. He teaches one course at Gonzaga nearly every semester, works at Avista Utilities and catches most home basketball games. Nothing unusual so far? Mind-bending as it may sound, Miles is a member of GU’s Class of 2003.

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Glitches & Glories

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Dr. Andrew Goldman, associate professor of history, led an archeological dig in Turkey and shares some of the ‘glitches & glories’ of leading students overseas.

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