GU student, Tamera Pumphrey, describes her experience while volunteering with the Dance for Parkinson’s program at Gonzaga.
For 30 years, Amerasian students have come to Gonzaga to learn and grow in the land of their fathers. They grew up caught between two cultures and two countries. But at Gonzaga, in the only program of its kind, they built lives of opportunity and joy.
Spend a few minutes with Kellie Carter Jackson, the newest faculty member in history, one of Gonzaga’s oldest departments, and you will quickly understand how she can bring the past to life for some of the discipline’s harshest critics – college students, that is.
In order for scientists to discover new wonders, engineers must create cool new tools. Ron Seubert (’72) is one of those entrepreneurial engineers.
Introducing seven brilliant young professors whose teaching will shape the minds and spirits of a generation of Gonzaga students.
This classics scholar teaches with MP3 files, Twitter – and the rare Latin texts in the Foley Center Library’s Rare Books Collection. Learned, he is. Stuffy, he is not.
Chemistry is not a spectator sport, certainly not in Gidofalvi’s classroom. This young professor challenges his students – and himself.
Timothy Westerhaus lives life an octave higher than most. Westerhaus, director of choral and vocal activities at Gonzaga, describes his first year of teaching as “an intense whirlwind of 25 concerts in eight months, kick-starting and building a strong choral program here at Gonzaga.”