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12.5 Lecture Booth Literacy Tutoring

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Saturday Literacy Tutoring Program Dr. Deborah Booth, Education

12.5 Lecture Bucciferro Twilight

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Understanding the Global Phenomenon Dr. Claudia Bucciferro, Communication Arts

12.5 Lecture DePalma HAL

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"Open the Pod Bay Doors, HAL." Dr. Paul DePalma, Computer Science

12.5 Lecture Murphy Alzheimer’s Law

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Vanishing Point: Alzheimer's Disease and Its Challenges to the Federal Rules of Evidence Ann Murphy, Law School

12.5 Lecture Oosterhuis Ancient History

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Rome and the USA: Why Ancient History Still Matters Dr. David Oosterhuis, Classical Civilizations

12.5 Lecture Pomerleau Enlightenment

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The Valuable Legacy of the Enlightenment Dr. Wayne Pomerleau, Philosophy

12.5 Lecture Shlossberg Folk Catholicism

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Globalization and the Practice of Folk Catholicism in Michoacán, Mexico Dr. Pavel Shlossberg, Communication & Leadership

Diversity Monologues 2013

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Gonzaga University's Annual Diversity Monologues, March 26, 2013. This year's event featured spoken word artist Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai has

Gerard Centioli Pigott Entrepreneurship Lecture

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Gerard Centioli, founder, president and CEO of ICON, will deliver the Second Annual Pigott Entrepreneurship Speaker Series lecture at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 13 in the Jepson Center’s Wolff Auditorium. His speech, ...

Gonzaga University Streamed Events

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Leveraging passion: Suzanne Ostersmith at TEDxSpokane

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Suzanne Ostersmith is a Theatre Artist, Choreographer, Visual Artist, and Arts Educator. She serves as Academic Dance Program Director for

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