Biomedical internship connects stakeholders, students benefit in huge way By Dale Goodwin (’86) Aliyah Miller (’17) studied comparative incidence of familial intracranial aneurysms in Alaskan native patients as a result of an internship in the Seattle Summer Biomedical Internship program, made possible by Drs. Terry Mayberg (’79), a neuroanesthesiologist, and …
Molly McFadden of Gonzaga’s Foley Center Library, bakes dozens of Christmas cookies for students during finals week
Four post-doc students from the University of Washington’s Diversity Fellowship program bring expertise and perspectives to Gonzaga.
Interacting with reality is one of the key missions of Gonzaga, and Jesuit education broadly. We have to do more than simply acknowledge difference in the world. Instead, we must face it bravely and intimately, on the street level.
An excerpt from an interview by Michael Guilfoil for The Spokesman-Review, July 23, 2017. (Full story available here.) Photo by Dan Pelle During his …
Gonzaga alumnus Reilly Dooris (’15) serves poor entrepreneurs in Guatemala as executive field director of First Things Foundation. His secret: bonds forged by love.
By Raymond Reyes Associate Academic Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer Originally published for Spirit, the Gonzaga Faculty and Staff Newsletter …
Autism specialist, inspirational and instructional speaker, and Gonzaga alumnus Patrick Mulick says that “your attitude is like glitter – good or bad, once it’s somewhere, it’s everywhere.”
During their intercultural exchange and choir tour in Zambia and Zimbabwe, the members of the Gonzaga Chamber Chorus opened their hearts to living in the moment, learning humility, exploring new lands and exchanging musical gifts.
Being a dad is a high calling with great expectations – a role that some men find easier than others. For men who have no biological ties to a child they love, Father’s Day can be a harsh reminder of where they belong – and where they don’t. As we honor all dads, we listen to one grad’s experience finding his way as a stepparent.