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Gonzaga Project Rapidly Becomes Fraud-Fighting Model

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The breakthrough Justice for Fraud Victims Project launched by Gonzaga University's Master of Accountancy Program in 2010 is rapidly becoming

Ingrid Betancourt Speaks at Gonzaga U.

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Ingrid Betancourt, activist, author and ex-politician, held in captivity for more than six years, spoke at Gonzaga University in March

Gonzaga U. Engineers Capture P3, Earn $90,000 for Project in Zambia

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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A team of five Gonzaga University engineering students captured a $90,000 grant in a national engineering competition

Gonzaga University Bulldog Band

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Gonzaga University's basketball teams have helped make the University well known nationwide, but much of the sound and fury behind

Gonzaga U. Hosts Asian Studies Confab

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Gonzaga University will host an international Asian studies conference in June -- even though the University does not have an

Gonzaga Students Visit Warren Buffett

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Twenty Gonzaga University entrepreneurship students are easing back into their campus routines this week with fresh, new perspectives informed by

Gonzaga U. Father Greg Boyle, S.J., Returns to Alma Mater

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Rev. Greg Boyle, S.J. ('77), founder of the nonprofit Homeboy Industries, the nation's largest gang intervention program, returned to alma

Gonzaga U. and Smieja Aim to Change Culture for Women in STEM Fields

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SPOKANE, Wash. -- Joanne Smieja, Gonzaga University professor of chemistry and biochemistry, understands the difficulties women face in science, technology,

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