Spokane Journal of Business

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Relating to: Gonzaga

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Being on a successful college athletic program such as Gonzaga University men’s basketball team enables players to visit many of the major cities in the U.S. For some players, their athletic success at the college level has led to professional basketba...

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Lending Gonzaga health care expertise to West Africa

Susan Norwood, a nursing professor at Gonzaga University, recently traveled to the Republic of Benin...

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GU initiative could boost off-campus business ties

Using some seed money donated by Intermountain Community Bank, Gonzaga University says its School of...

McDonald’s plans to open its outlet near GU in July

McDonald’s Corp. is well under way on construction of a controversial new drive-thru-only restaura...

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Attorneys here offer helping hand to refugees

An assistant public defender with the city of Spokane and a Gonzaga University School of Law profess...

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Education projects in region are going strong

Capital projects in the education sector this year are robust in number and scope, with about $300 million in projects under way or expected to begin, including major construction jobs for Gonzaga University and Spokane Public Schools. The Spokane school...

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Gonzaga gets interest break with tax-exempt bonds

The Washington State Higher Education Facilities Authority last month issued revenue bonds that will help finance a new university center that’s under construction at Gonzaga University, executives at the Jesuit school here say. Chuck Murphy, Gonzaga...

Gonzaga law enrollment drops again

Gonzaga University School of Law has enrolled 109 students into its first-year class that started instruction late last month. That's down almost 20 percent from its first-year enrollment last year.The decline follows drops in enrollment the two...

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Gonzaga program works to equip future business managers

A Gonzaga University professional development program is aiming to help future Inland Northwest leaders through its nine-month intensive course in leadership that the school says has continued to be tapped by Inland Northwest businesses since it 41...