Trustees name as Gonzaga’s first lay president Dr. Thayne McCulloh, who exemplifies the University’s Jesuit mission.
The largest class in GU’s history – by a margin of more than 150 students – makes its presence felt in innumerable ways during the 2009-10 academic year.
Kristen Junge Mulhern graduated from Gonzaga’s nursing program in December 2009. A month later, having passed her boards to become a registered nurse, she flew to India.
While at Gonzaga, Liane Nye, a recent graduate from Gonzaga’s Family Nurse Practitioner Program, learned to bring the Jesuit commitments of magis, social justice and cura personalis into her professional life.
This summer, the largest Gonzaga classroom imaginable spilled into the southern African nation of Zambia. Students learned by living in community – a core Gonzaga value.