Gonzaga University Report of the President 2010
The America of 1887, when Gonzaga College first admitted students, was far different from the nation in which we now live.The president was Grover Cleveland; Congress was concerned with monopolistic practices of the railroad; Georgia O’Keefe, famous painter of the American West, was born that year; and the mass-produced automobile was still a decade away. Yet across the years and successive historical events, each generation of Gonzaga students, from that first class on, has shared formative relationships with people of real significance. Be they Jesuits,lay faculty and staff, or fellow students – the people and their relationships defined and continue to create what we know as the distinctive Gonzaga Experience.
Downey Mike Fitzsimmons Robert Gilmore Donald Hackney Steve Hertz Jane Hession Ken Krall, S.J. Dennis McMinn Victoria Hertz y Via, S.J. Larry Weiser Tim Hatcher Linda McClure Cheryl Becknett Kevin Waters, S.J. Wayne Pomerleau Kevin Pratt Michael Woods, S.J. e Goodwin Dick Jones Nancy Masingale Bob Carriker John Maurice Tom McLaughlin Anita Martello Jana Young Gary Cooper Lesley Lee e Albert Chris Gill Pete Black Linda Grigsby Abdul Aziz Chou-Hong Chen Will Terpening Margot Stanﬁeld Rebecca Cosner Kelly Krusee ss, S.J. Brian Clayton Khyruddin Ansari George Morris, S.J. Bob Finn John Horsman Gail Nord John Beck Carol Bonino Christopher Cook nda Senger Wanda Reynolds Mark Alﬁno Oliver Pierce Constance Scarpelli Mary Heitkemper Carlos Tavora Erin Sather Sharon Reyes ny Prince Eileen Bell-Garrison Mark Few Susan Norwood Annette Davis Julia Bjordahl Susie Prusch Merri Hartse Frederick Houck Leon Rice son Scott Hedin Dennis Conners Robert Tomlinson Mary McFarland Robert Lyons, S.J. John Parks Sherry Oberst Patricia Buller Laura Smith Barbara Williams Dean Larson John Vander Beek Darrell Fitzgerald Peggy Sue Loroz Victoria Loveland Nicholas Carper David Whitfield hn Weingarten Pat Reese Joan Henning DREW RIEDER Gayle Clayton Stefania Nedderman Scott MacGregor Craig Mason Amy DeLorenzo David Thorp Joe Poss José Hernandez Eva Walker Julie McCulloh Pat Tyson Debreana Hanna Stephanie Eriksen Robert Bialozor er Megan Riebe Virgil Thompson Christopher Becker Jim White Robert Thomas Maira Perez LuAnn Charon Erik Harrison Rosanne London on Quanhua Liu Robin Guevara Valerie Vissia Jimmy Magnuson Lettie Clark Mirjeta Beqiri Lisa Meyer Laura Hathorn Vicki Thuesen ana Clarry Kim Gieber Josh Cox Cassandra Marrs Chris Rehwald Christopher Roof Lisa Mazze John Sklut Sheri Cumlander Robert Rusch Giacoletti Sharon Wade Robert Herold Melissa Heid Luis Garcia-Torvisco Alexa Dare Dori Sonntag Andrew Truhler Satish Shrestha en Devon Thomas Shawn Bowers Debby Hutchins Patty Hallinan Elizabeth Marshall Kimberlie Madsen Samuel Hoffman Giovanni Caputo Pi-Jern Fu Linda Pierce Norm Leatha Erik Schmidt Tim Clancy, S.J. Kathleen Finley Cory Mitchell Melva Pryor Susan Shinnick e Almanza Elizabeth Kennedy Scott Ekstrom Judith Bunting Nancy Staub Julius Ciaffa Stephanie Conlin Anne Hedger Michael Patrick na Geithner J.D. Thayer Matt Beckman Nobuya Inagaki Grigore Braileanu Cory Kittrell Andrea Mize Michael Collender Cheryl Beckett ne Stockton Patrick Baraza Cheryl Carney Brian Higginson Colleen Mallon Bob Egan, S.J. Dan Marx Nicole Markealli Jalal Nawash Stephanie Rockwell Thomas Lloyd Jennifer Shepherd Debbie Wiseman John Eliason Upendra Acharya Diana Osborne Michael Hester Karen Liere Vesta Coufal William Hayes Shann Ferch Samantha Scott Rudy Mondragon Cory Adams Teresa Skinner Erik Ohlund Michelle Abera i Kelly O’Brien-Jenks Bridget Dagg Lisa Owens Daniel Berryman Mary Ayers Sung-Bae Park Gail Lancaster Sharon Tyrrell Duane Schafer Kathryne Shearer Charles Skirko Albert Osborn Peter Hanlon Laurie Hitchcock Joan Allbery Thomas Robinson Machtolf Lisa Corigliano Katie Burrow Janet Cannon Theodore Nitz Martha Gonzales JoAnne Bruce Dennis Hession Brandon Harmon Lynn Daggett Matthew Bahr Paul Hastings Peter MacDonald Lazarina Topuzova Amy Corey Mark Vovos Robert Gerlick ck Lori Tochterman Whitney Brooks Liz Fleming Bernie Tyrrell, S.J. A ther Crandall Carol Osenga Joseph Dia Erin Dorsey Scott Bozman ard Almanza Marcia Bertholf George Critchlow Ben Cramer Chambers Jean Coffey Janet Brougher Amanda Boose Doug Ell eyer Daniel Gilbert Thomas Brown Jennifer Raudebaugh James Vache nell Williams James Fray Catherine Siej Monica Chapman Erika Olson Wilbur Michael Sass Michael Connelly, S.J. Ken Frybarger Heather Brotherton Brian Sattler Seth Coleman Autumnas Katherine Conrath sh Armstrong Maggie Crabtree Michael Leiserson Beth Yandell Mary Sue Gorski Gail Ha mme r Foster Walsh Tod Marshall uzenski Paulette Fowler Dale de Viveiros Gail Jennings Yolanda Nelson Raymond Malik Mary Jeannot Carie Weeks Larissa Fort Tracy Ellis-Ward Irene Messoloras Francoise Kuester Megan Olsen Carol Huston Molly Ayers Lindsey Ross Linda Leonard Elizabeth Roewe Robert Donnelly Raymond Fadeley Christopher Stevens Dorothy Greenamyer Shannon Dineen-Setzer Paul Brown ia Johnson Mark DeForrest Sajt Alijagic Darlene Hendrickson Daniel Stewart Ryan Herzog Janice Carruthers Nick Carter Gary Nicolai ki Tiffany Jaime Larson Terence Duffy Sarah Reijonen Beth Cooley Garrin Hertel Richard lle n Carol Magnuson Kerri Conger g Ji Bryce Thomas John Sheveland Janet Hacker-Brumley Ryan King Diana Ithomitis Andrea Mi ze Michelle Soss Dennis Hansen haron Straub Eric Ross Jonas Cox Margreta Arendt James Pearson Daniel Law John Kafentzis Jodie Kaczo Jeanne Hayes Mary Farrell nos Marcy Heldt Beata Arcisze Kristina Moberg-Hendron John Yerden Rober Carlyn Cofer Cheryl Kennedy edyAmy Walker Jeff Cronk ndsay Rebecca Stephanis John Traynor Todd Coleman Nancy Worsham Terence McLure Holly Brajcich Martin Weiser Suzanne Tilleman Barretto Daniel Butterworth William Morlin Report Joan Allbery Sarah Davis Frederick Lued Vladimir Labay Nhi Le of the President 2009 – 2010 o Lomas Michele Pajer Al Fein Vicki Yount Sarah Okert Linda Tredennick Stann Grater Gonzaga Charles Peterman University Sam Leigland John Shea, S.J. en Franks-Harding Andrea Bertottie Metoyer Brie Andrews Susan English Mike Hommer Ivan Kozyan Matthew Cremeens Boyd Foster ee Abbott Judy Noll Margie Brickner Terry Gieber Julie Claar Lilli Rosenberg Lawrence Nelson Maria Bertagnolli Beverly Anderson Tracy Morgan on Teresa Beratto Jeffrey Bierman Daniel Cornwell Sonja Steele Anwar Khattak James Helgeson Sandra Smith Katherine Rieckers n Pittman Melissa Wessman Marilyn Nelson Paul Nowak John VanSant Susan Lee Timka Harchevich Gregory Husted Mary Brady Wendy Buenzli Goehner Jennifer Gellner Brett Hendricks Brenda Roske Sharon Griffith Timothy Powers Barry Loe Steve Haley Kristen Kaiser Julie Weiskopf cione Stephen Hayes Mary Willemsen Scott Roberts Adrian Reyes Edin Jusic Deborah Smith Cristine Cashatt Carrie Elley Marjory Halvorson in, S.N.J.M. Nancy Chase Megan Self John Correia Karen O’Shaughnessey Jean Pugh David Kingma Jamie Burchett Milton Rowland Robert Schebor s Mac McCandless Matthew Sumrak Steve Pharr Sarah Everitt Eric Loran Diane Imes Shawn Bagnall Sarah Holbrook Kevin Selland Edward Coker onnie Caddis Steven Pointer Eric Gunning Marc Manganaro Gerhard Barone Andrey Cherni Roberta Wiggs Michael Perrin Linda Mayﬁeld rtz Laura Michels, S.N.J.M. Birgitt Krause Vicky Daniels Steven Schaubel Peter Tormey Samila Hujdrovic Brian McCann Christina Sauer Bonita Dixon Gifford Mara London Fawn Gass Steven Koffman John King Christy Watson Sarah Wagoner Catherine Morrison Matthew Strohmeyer Holland Mark Stickelmeyer Helen Nahoopii David Alsept Whitney Franklin Sara Melendy Earl Martin Mark Ruhe Kevin Connell, S.J. Judith Zweifel herton Brian Sattler Seth Coleman Autumn Vargas Beth Yandell Mary Sue Gorski Gail Hammer Leon Rice Steven Mencarini Robert Araujo, S.J. reenamyer Shannon Dineen-Setzer Daniel Stewart Ryan Herzog Janice Carruthers Steve Delong Fred Schlatter, S.J. Rosanna Peterson Nike Imoru e Parks Michelle Sanders Tom Buck Celebrating the Carol Schoentrup people who are Gonzaga Julie Ullrich Toni Boggan Murlaine Steckler Michael Roden Jennifer Gill Tera Lessard Daniel Law Brooks Holland Sarah Davis Paul Wadleigh Michael Mueller Jon McKimmey Rodolfo Pagsanjan Laura Bechtold Kevin O’Connor Emil Heydarov Chuck Murphy Jeffrey Wasson Patrick Nowacki Jose Conceicao Ellen Rowla Greg Francis Samuel Jennings Linda Lillard Jodie Kaczor Frankie White Michiko Tra Yevgeniy Leksunkin Kim Brus Kay Mohr Connie Harding Mike Tobin Stephen Kuder, S.J Emmanuel Cannady William Gibson Roselyn Kissinger Robbie McMillian Rian Oliver Erick Stubbins Michelle Wheatley Marzena Kosinski Vicki Olson Kevin Hendrickson Angela McNutt Allen Allen Jeffrey Watson Michael Christiansen Bill Crowley Robin Schuster Dan Gehn Erika Robertson Jessica Halliday Elvedin Alimanovic Barbara Boyer Joe Owens Stuart Davis Annie Keebler Ryan Mowrey Ron Large Nicola Miller Nicole Lewis Jason Stenzel . Beth Cullitan “The President shall, at the end of each academic year, make a report on the affairs of the University…” – Bylaws of the Corporation, Art. V, Sec. 2 TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY: The America of 1887, when Gonzaga College first admitted students, was far different from the nation in which we now live. The president was Grover Cleveland; Congress was concerned with monopolistic practices of the railroad; Georgia O’Keefe, famous painter of the American West, was born that year; and the mass-produced automobile was still a decade away. Yet across the years and successive historical events, each generation of Gonzaga students, from that first class on, has shared formative relationships with people of real significance. Be they Jesuits, lay faculty and staff, or fellow students – the people and their This year, our faculty collectively taught a total of 4,369 courses across the summer 2009, fall 2009 and spring 2010 semesters. TABLE: Courses by Level, Within School, by Academic Term, 2009-10 School Level Summer 2009 Fall 2009 Spring 2010 Arts & Sciences UG 188 1013 956 Grad 2 9 5 Business UG 35 127 165 Grad 45 49 40 UG 5 130 125 Grad 106 90 87 Engineering UG 6 103 105 Grad 1 6 4 Law Law 31 104 109 Professional Studies UG 5 60 73 Grad 103 131 136 Doct 20 13 18 English Language Center (TESOL) UG 36 54 49 Grad 8 8 9 Education relationships defined and continue to create what we know as the distinctive Gonzaga Experience. During what is the most serious economic recession since the Great Depression – a time of considerable challenges for many institutions of higher education – it is my privilege to report that Gonzaga University continues to thrive and make progress towards fulfilling its Jesuit, Catholic mission through the excellence of its many academic and operational endeavors. This report is meant to acknowledge the many individuals who – both individually and collectively – continue to carry out the OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES — Transitions abounded in mission of Gonzaga and make the success of our University a daily the academic year 2009-10. On July 16, 2009, the University under- reality. While we have much that challenges us, and there is much went transitions to an interim president, an acting academic vice to do, we have much to celebrate through the lives of the many president and an interim vice president for mission. Because the dedicated Jesuit and lay faculty and staff who daily labor to make individuals moving into these roles were not strangers to the us who we are. University, the transitions were relatively smooth and positive. THE HEART OF GONZAGA — Informed by the Jesuit charism, our mission is higher education: in service to the world, the Society of Jesus, and to the universal church of which we are a part. This educational mission is made manifest by our faculty who facilitate As of spring 2010 census, 7,567 students were enrolled. Of these, 4,570 were undergraduates, 2,321 were graduates, 107 were doctoral students, 516 were studying for the law degree, and 53 were otherwise classified. discovery, learning, and reﬂection by their students and help The instability of the financial markets in 2008 and 2009 raised them to acquire the skills, perspectives, and habits of mind that appropriate concerns about the future, given the University’s will enable them to navigate the challenges of professional and dependence on tuition revenues. Affirming the University’s personal endeavor. fundamental commitment to supporting students, the Board pages 1 – 2 || Report of the President 2009 –2010 n Igor Dukhani Noel Bormann James Beebe Pavel Kozyan Erin Yastro Colleen McMahon Daniel Bubb Paul Edminster Mike Herzog Ed Vacha Nancy Fike Debra Fischetti Jennifer Draggoo Carolyn Hood Barbara Anderson Lisa Bennett Vicki Jeffries Shalon Parker Kathy Sherrick Denis Cherni Molly Pepper Torunn Haaland Linda McLane Jennifer Klein Pat McCormick Lori VanHook Beth Cooley Garrin Hertel Richard Mullen Carol Magnuson Ryan King Diana Ithomitis Kathy Fairburn Gary Weber Joel Guzman James Spagnotti Stephanie Hess Abby Bennett Al Miranne Scott Charleboix Robert Hauck Gary Chang Ken Mahlman Todd Dunﬁeld Pat Skattum Michelle Elliott Sean Swan Tom Jeannot Shonna Bartlett Amber McKenzie Daniel Lawson Erik Blackerby Michael Cook, S.J. Trevor McCrorey Rick Smith Matthew Gerdes Lee Edstrom Kevin Reese Gary Thorne Ayanna Eagan Derrick Parker Matthew Bergman Karen Walsh Megan Ewens Gina Prindle Robert Wise of Trustees approved the administration’s proposed $4 million 2009, with an average SAT of 1320 and high school GPA of 3.84. increase in student financial aid, while vice presidents and deans Credit generation at the graduate level was up 18 percent over simultaneously identified 5 percent of the University’s operating the prior fall, with the M.B.A. ultimately ranked 58th in the expenses for conservation – without compromising Gonzaga’s nation by U.S. News and World Report. As it does every year, the commitment to academic quality. The result was a record 1,239 School hosted multiple speakers and events to benefit student first-year students, strong returning-student retention, and the scholarships, as well as career fairs and career-related activities. third successive year with over 80 percent of those entering as first-year students ultimately graduating. During challenging times for primary and secondary education across the nation, Gonzaga’s School of Education continues to As fall 2009 began, Gonzaga almost immediately found itself achieve and inspire. The School’s plan for teacher education was dealing with the H1N1 virus, and an unexpected major project of reviewed by the state with exemplary evaluative comments. In the fall involved managing this outbreak by inoculating and caring Canada, the Alberta Ministry of Education granted five years’ for affected students, faculty and staff. On a positive note – and approval to the School’s graduate programs in counseling, as well in advance of the anticipated outbreak – considerable resources as teacher leadership and administration. Faculty and students of the University were directed towards developing business from the School of Education planned and participated in a continuity protocols, which included the creation of on-line/web- summer 2010 immersion at the Charles Lwanga Teacher’s College based instances of every University course. In total 2,083 doses of in Monze, Zambia, while back in Spokane, the School won a grant H1N1 vaccine were administered by the on-campus Health Center, from Priority Spokane and the Gates Foundation to explore drop- and dedicated faculty members created ingenious methods for out prevention in high-schoolers. catching students up on missed coursework. Inspired by its 75th anniversary, the School of Engineering and ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS — These challenges notwithstanding, Applied Science continued a strong history of grant proposal the 2009-10 academic year was a year of commemorations and submissions, grew its electrical transmission and distribution many wonderful achievements. We as a community witnessed program, supported active engagement on the part of students the dedication of Coughlin Residence Hall and completion of the with its Design Advisory Board, and completed successfully the first phase of the Magnuson Theatre renovation. The University’s two-year effort of engineering (ABET) accreditation for all four faculty, particularly in the College of Arts and Sciences, continued programs submitted for review. to attract significant grants from a variety of government and private sources, including the National Science Foundation, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Howard Hughes Medical Institutes and the Department of Defense. Gonzaga hosted college students and faculty from across the Pacific Northwest at the annual Murdock Science Research Program conference and at other intercollegiate research conferences throughout the year. The School of Law enrolled 186 new first-year students amidst recognition as one of the top 30 percent of law schools in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. Its student population continues to gain in academic preparedness as well as ethnic diversity, and a new partnership with the Southwest University of Political Science and Law in Chongqing, China, has brought five visiting students to Gonzaga. The award-winning Law Clinic Twenty six freshmen entered the School of Business enjoyed a significant civil rights victory in the U.S. 9th Circuit Administration’s Hogan Program in Entrepreneurship in fall Court of Appeals. r Stacey Chatman Kenneth Wessling Jill Royston Molly Wood Mary Wate Brandon Mackall Dalean Neiner Janice Huston Mellad Abeid Terry Coombes Pamela Pschirrer Sara Ganzerli Megan McCormick David Gurr Deborah Booth Michael Grabowski Mikhail Mitin Candace Curry-Little Karen Rickel Shannan Palomba ASHISH THATTE Aaron Smith Leif Forrest Teresa Hudak Jennifer Nelson David Gantt Hilary Case Bryan Harnetiaux Jacqueline Fulton Judy Rogers David Morris Jeff Dodd Bill Hartman Marny Lombard Ingrid Ranum Herrman Julie Ngov Gregory Bergland Jeff Ramirez David Cleary Eric Cunningham Rebecca Miller Emily Wirth Bernard Coughlin, S.J. Richard McClelland John Covert Philip Nunes Justin Padden Ann Price James Coombes Jamie Cockerham David Gilbert Andrew Logsdon Katie Herzog Greg Stapleton Michael Poutiatine Stephen Warren Sabrina Jones Raymond Reyes Annie Voy Carole Baumgartner David Frank Elizabeth Davis Carlyn Cofer Jeannette Abi-Nader Significant growth over the past five years has concentrated 64 ATHLETICS — Summer camps make athletics a year-round percent of all our graduate students in the School of Professional endeavor. Gonzaga hosted 5,295 campers across seven sports Studies’ on-line degree programs. The School’s nursing programs A critical two-year recertification of Athletics by the NCAA was underwent successful re-accreditation by the Commission on successfully concluded, with the self-study noted as one of Collegiate Nursing Education in October 2009. Towards the end the best received by the organization this year. The continued of the year, Dr. Mary McFarland stepped down from her 13-year success and rising popularity of women’s basketball resulted in a deanship to become director of the Jesuit Commons: Higher record 2,937 average per-game attendance; the basketball season Education at the Margins project of Jesuit Refugee Services. culminated with the women advancing to a historic NCAA third Key to the success of all our programs, the Foley Library faculty and staff continue to support the scholarly endeavors of tremendous numbers of students both on-campus and round in Sacramento and the men to the NCAA second round in Syracuse, making our program one of only 10 in the nation with both men’s and women’s basketball advancing that far. “on-line,” as well as the many faculty and members of the public Academic performance for student athletes remains a significant who seek services. The year’s success included several featured institutional focus, with an average GPA for fall across all sports at exhibits, including 14th century manuscripts found in our Rare 3.18, and for spring at 3.26. During 2009-10 the Athletic Department Books collection. implemented a new Champs/Life Skills Program, which engages Our colleagues in International Student Programs continued to bring significant numbers of students from around the world to participate in language education. This year, the M.A.-T.E.S.L. faculty launched the new Peace Corps International dimension of its decade-long program. The University’s Study Abroad programs support student learning in an increasing number of locations around the globe; seven faculty-led summer experiences (Ecuador/Galapagos; Zambia; Benin; Great Britain; Italy; and Poland) were facilitated in summer 2009. In the fall, Gonzaga-in-Florence welcomed 158 students and, later, hosted a major biochemistry conference; the Florence Christmas Tour took students to Scandinavia. Spring semester saw the successful commencement of Florence’s first-ever engineering track. Gonzaga students continue to pursue semester abroad study in Paris, Australia, Japan, Spain, the Netherlands, Costa Rica, British West Indies, Mexico, China, London, Ireland, Granada and El Salvador, among others. student-athletes in various leadership, career planning, diversity and alcohol awareness issues. Gonzaga athletes again contributed hundreds of hours in community service, perpetuating the very positive reputation that attaches to Gonzaga athletics. UNIVERSITY RELATIONS: ALUMNI RELATIONS, FUNDRAISING, AND MARKETING/COMMUNICATIONS — 2009-10 was an outstanding year for us in alumni relations, fundraising, and marketing and communications. University Relations restructured its organization in anticipation of the upcoming 125th anniversary celebration (2012) and our accompanying fundraising efforts. The Alumni Chapter program is growing by leaps and bounds, with 23 formal chapters and 8,597 active alumni members meeting in organized service activities around the country. New chapters were launched in Hawaii and Chicago, and the first ever Annual National Alumni Service Project was held in New Orleans. We had a record number of individual donors (12,713) and gifts ($14 million, compared with $13.1 million the year before). The development team secured $7.7 million in new pledges, compared STUDENT LIFE — The division of Student Life spent time during the year refining, redefining or developing budget, reporting, incident response, strategic planning and fine-tuning its response to a changing student profile. While the increased student with $6.0 million the year prior. The Annual Campaign’s focus on the importance and need for scholarship resulted in a strong fundraising year: $1.35 million raised, a 6.5 percent increase over the prior year. population posed challenges, all areas of the division performed well in carrying their aspects of the University’s mission. Gonzaga students continue to become increasingly involved in all aspects of campus life, taking full advantage of the many opportunities available to them, from intramurals to career fairs to involvement with the Spokane community. We placed increased focus on local community relations with a highly successful community impact brochure, a new website dedicated to Gonzaga’s impact on the Spokane community and region, and greater exposure at civic events. Ann-Scott Ettinger William Kostelec Scott Wittel Melissa Flint David Calhoun Lynn Gurley David Gurule Heather Meng Cindy Arlt John Cadwell Gerald Proteau Molly Kreyssler Childs Michael Joy Vivek Patil Bambi Feehan Michael Luce Debra Eldredge Alli Riese Brenda Warrington Doug Wayman Ronald Harris Vik Gumbhir Michael Nelson Sandy Hank Claire Davis Stacy Boyd Shannon Grifﬁths Derek Yankoff Stephen Ganyo Cynthia Smutny Gretchen Stoup Kathleen Morrison Allan Greer Brian Steverson Brian Henning Debra LaRocco Steven Bennett Nicole Sakraida Sharon Bressler Marianne Poxleitner Barbara Kolbet Christopher Johnson Jeffery Taylor Juliana Burnett Jim Jones Dennis Colestock Einar Thorarinsson Andrea Fallenstein Paul Kittredge Mark Young Heath Herrick Michael Tkacz Kara Hertz Carolyn Von Muller Courtney Haase Ta-Tao Chuang Michael Rorholm Shannon Strahl Robert Toshack Kirk Anders Patsy Fowler Michael Dahmen Charles Hough Kellie Jackson Aaron Ley Robin Van Gundy Michael Poutiatine Sheron Ruffner FORWARD THINKING — We find ourselves in a place of great promise and potential. Continued excellence, stable enrollments, a new academic vice president, the opportunity to become more effective and efficient through the work of our new executive vice president, sustained support from our alumni community and many benefactors – all of these factors support the development of a vision for how this important apostolate of the Society of Jesus, Gonzaga University, can best fulfill its mission in the new millennium. Our challenges will involve affirming of our most valuable traditions even as we imagine the undefined space in which our Celebrating the people who are Gonzaga current and future students will be called to make significant contributions to the world. We must complete the development of an integrated, contemporary, and intellectually rigorous core This Report of the President is dedicated to curriculum – that great hallmark of Jesuit education – while we ‘the people who are Gonzaga.’ simultaneously explore new frontiers in energy distribution, storage and management; environmental sustainability; working collaboratively to address the contemporary needs of our Native American tribal neighbors, as well as the current and future desires of our regional Hispanic and Latino Americano sisters and OUR STUDENTS THE JESUITS AND THOSE WHO EMBODY JESUIT IDEALS brothers. We find ourselves at a time when our society and our Church need us more than ever, not only as a significant part of its FACULTY AND STAFF, OUR fold, but as an intellectual force to wrestle with important issues INTERNAL COMMUNITY of our time. Securing the mission of Gonzaga University into the future will THE ALUMNI, PARENTS AND FRIENDS OF GONZAGA require continued support from our Jesuit Community, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, benefactors and friends. Yet even as THE PEOPLE OF SPOKANE, we discern our future – together – we remain a community WHICH IS OUR HOME fundamentally rooted in the primary purpose for which the Jesuits came and founded Gonzaga: to educate, with rigor and heart, so that the world will be renewed by the creative, intelligent, faithfilled people we teach, who in turn seek to nurture, serve, lead and bring justice to all God’s people, wherever they may be. It is a privilege to be part of this endeavor! Ad majorem Dei gloriam – for the greater glory of God. Thayne M. McCulloh, D.Phil. 502 E Boone Ave, Spokane, WA 99258-0098 General Information 509.313.5995, Admission Office 509.313.6572 Alumni Office 509.313.5999, www.gonzaga.edu pages 3 – 4 || Report of the President 20 09 –2010 “Ryan Cloke undertook “Education is so very majored in criminal justice his first research important to Ronny. and sociology with a concentration in women’s and gender studies. She helped build the tightlyknit community that is Gonzaga. She was a leader in the movement experience in a project with three math professors. Next, he took on biomedical engineering research through a highly competitive National Science RONNY TURIAF (’10) “Libby Villa double- RYAN CLOKE (’10) LIBBY VILL A (’10) Melissa Lowdon Melaine Marcella Patricia Leahy-Charles Beata Arciszewska-Russo Cheryl Kennedy Karen Clark Frederick Lued Charles Peterman Michelle Soss John Kafentzis Jason Campbell Allan Odenthal Tana Dugan Carol Kottwitz Yvonne Dipalma Johnny Gurule Amy McCaffree Mary Hogan An Phan Richard Kuhling Nikole King Michael Savelesky Kathleen Manion Cledwyn Haydn-Jones Sylvester Chatman Katherine Potter Anita Dahmen Maria Esther Zamora Thomas Sexton Frederick Schlatter, S.J. Pamela Erickson Pei-Ju Wu Lauren Miller Scott Odekirk Debra Offill Heather Hoeck Sharon Day Xinhua Wu Andrea Dawson Abbey Shuster James Camden Sharon Healy Alitia Farrell Doris Langevin Larry Reisnouer Toni Nielson He walked through commencement twice, once after his basketball eligibility finished and then again in May 2010 when his requirements were complete. His to educate others about Foundation summer sexual violence through program. He completed dear to him. He actually the Vagina Monologues, a thesis employing turned down the NBA (performed on the WSU organic synthesis, and to stay at GU his senior Riverpoint Campus) then secured a coveted year so that his best proceeds from which went baccalaureate position friend wouldn’t be to Lutheran Community at Los Alamos National alone on senior night. Services. Libby was an Lab concerning counter True story! He has a big enthusiastic president of bioterrorism under the dream to give back to La Raza Latina student leadership of a Gonzaga his beloved Gonzaga organization, which raises alumnus. Ryan has a and the community that awareness of Latino voracious appetite for embraced him, especially culture. Libby is loyal and understanding and upon return from his dedicated. Gonzaga is a fearlessly pursues that heart surgery. Ronny is better place for her having understanding. In the long a wonderful example of been here.” term, I expect that he will what it means to be an – Patricia Terry, associate be one of the scientific inspiration.” dean of the College of Arts leaders of our time.” – Coach Steve Hertz, and Sciences and professor – Matt Cremeens, associate athletic director of English assistant professor of major gifts chemistry pages 5 – 6 || Report of the President 2009 –2010 friends are amazingly OUR With diplomas in hand and faith in their hearts, members of the Class of 2010 set off to pursue their dreams. STUDENTS [facts] Destinations for these graduates include Alaska, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco, Afghanistan, China, Ecuador, Great Britain, Japan, Latin America, Liberia, the Northern Marianas Islands, Poland, Rome and Seoul. This yearâ€™s graduates have found employment with these and other firms and agencies: Avista, CNN, Deloitte, General Dynamic Electric Boat, Hewlett Packard, Kelty, Naval Audit Service, Next IT, Oppenheimer & Co., Pacific Northwest Laboratories and the U.S. Forest Service. Above, 1,043 members of the Class of 2010 graduated in May. More than 1,000 graduate and law students earned advanced degrees. THE JESUITS AND Whether in Spokane, New Orleans, or on the shores THOSE WHO EMBODY of Africaâ€™s Zambezi River, above, Gonzaga transforms JESUIT IDEALS men and women into people for others. [fact] In 2009, Gonzaga alumni organized the Universityâ€™s first annual National Service Project in New Orleans. Planning for the second annual event is under way. Above, children surround senior Steven Gray and other GU students in Zambia. Kathleen Casey Michael Stebbins Walter Townsend Haidy Awad Andrew Lum Christopher Stone William Sweigert James McQueen Todd McAlpine Bryan Pham Malcolm Gordon Kathryn McKinley Tamara Murock Lucas Tomson Heather Jennings Pamela DosRamos Bridget Gies Frank Wicks Brett Larsen Matthew Walton Sarah Nielsen Sara Updike Talia Spini Kathleen Nitta Sara Preisig Peter Zani Lori Brown Kathleen Davis Robert Corker Jennifer Brummett Susan Frankovich Stashia Kaiel Maria Gallotti Nancy Schmidt Steven Hastings Georgina Ward Jeffrey Nolting Richard Schroeder Christopher Reich Martha Lou Billeter James McLean Lisa Chamberlin Diana Candia-Martinez Corrina O’Brien Bruce Hotchkiss Lois Melina “In 2001, I helped Brooke “Father Bill Ryan is a favorite Jesuit, a valued Sullivan coordinate the teacher who loves his mentor and a dear friend. He’s also the person behind Gonzaga’s thriving Broadcast Studies Program. He cares deeply about sharing the power of communication with our undergraduates. He is one of the most Jesuit men I’ve met in National Jesuit Student Leadership Conference at Gonzaga. We were just sophomores, but the conference came off without a hitch. In 2008, Brooke and I agreed to cocoordinate the first-ever National Service Project FATHER BILL RYAN, S.J. “Father Bob Lyons is my BROOKE SULLIVAN (’03) FATHER BOB LYONS, S.J. Kenneth Bubb students and in turn is adored by them. Few teachers are as likely to be discussed as fondly at GU reunions or as insistently sought out by returning graduates for a cup of coffee or a walk around the campus. for Gonzaga alumni, And Fr. Ryan remembers his care of the other, family and friends. With and loves them all. He is whether a member of his Brooke as “coordination a wonderful philosophy faculty team or a student and planning czar,” I professor and a model in need of guidance. His knew the project would of the beautiful accomplishments are succeed. A year later, relationships that may significant, but in some over 20 participants develop between teacher regards hidden. Not many gave blood, sweat and and student. Fr. Ryan people know, for instance, tears to help bring one has been an expert that he is the one who got of America’s hardest hit resource on this campus our FM radio station up to cities back to life. Once for understanding 5,000 watts, spreading its again, Brooke worked contemporary French inﬂuence from Oregon day and night, upholding and German philosophy to Montana.” Gonzaga’s tradition of for many years.” – Dan Garrity, senior service.” – Dan Bradley, assistant lecturer, broadcast – Brady Strahl (’03) professor of philosophy studies pages 7 – 8 || Report of the President 20 09 –2010 Susan Dennis Kathleen Hobbs Michelle O’Neill Brian Campbell Russell Mau Adrian Pauw Colleen Shannon Graciela Kleriga Catherine Black John Bristow Tewodros Haile Robert Vogel Rachel Kartz Julia Esser Rebecca Brant Kim Plewniak Thomas Caraway John Rodger Dawn Pullin Kelsey Fassieux Bin Cheng Jonathan Ferraiuolo Skip Bonuccelli Giselle Cunanan Alexander Kuskis Sean Smitham Daniel Distelhorst Melissa Verwest Suzann Girtz Keith Rennie Crystal Clark Barry Weber Rachael Paschal Beverly Whelton Eric Groshoff Kyndrin Tenny Melissa Rehm Sarah Schwering Leon Sproule Daniel Cox Tom Tilford Bonnie White Brian Michaelson Jennifer Neyman Marvin Reguindin Kimberly Bond Shelley Harty Isaac Strong Paul Lecoq “Students call Jewel For years, students have professor and Christian Gurule ‘Mama Jewel.’ told me about their ethicist Ron Large has been the go-to guy for colleagues in the Religious Studies Department, having served two terms as That alone is an indicator of her inﬂuence on our students. She mentors them, assists them in completing their projects or in figuring out how the ROSE MARY VOLBRECHT “For over a decade JEWEL GURULE RON L ARGE s experiences in Rose Mary Volbrecht’s classes with a mixture of respect and awe. They say that Rose Mary is able to communicate complex chair and known by all University works, and is as the resident expert not afraid to scold them on all matters related to when their language registration, advising, exceeds acceptable computers, copiers standards. She is uncanny exaggeration to say that and online teaching. in her ability to sense she changes students’ Ron is a gifted teacher when students need an lives. She gives them and scholar of ethics ear, or a shoulder. She opportunities to think and nonviolence who is also an ever-present about profound decisions brings a library of support for our students and basic values in the cultural resources to of color. She’s a gem.” context of rigorous his immensely popular – David Lindsay, reading and discussion. course on the Vietnam director of student She models a profound War. A Fulbright scholar, activities and sincere respect ideas about important matters in a manner that is deeply challenging and engaging. It is not an a passionate pacifist and for variety of opinion, a generous volunteer, and for the power of Ron Large now also thoughtful conversation serves as associate dean to open minds to new in the College of Arts & perspectives. Sciences.” – Jane Rinehart, – Patrick McCormick, professor of sociology professor of philosophy pages 9 – 10 || Report of the President 2009 –2010 FACULTY AND STAFF Gonzaga has undergone 10 years of enrollment growth. However, its 10-to-1 student-faculty ratio helps to maintain a University hallmark: strong, personal relationships between students and their professors. [facts] Gonzagaâ€™s freshman-sophomore retention rate is 92 percent; its six-year graduation rate is 81 percent. Gonzaga received grants this year of nearly $1.8 million to support diverse, rigorous and transformational student learning. Gonzaga welcomed alumna, scholar and administrator Dr. Patricia Oâ€™Connell Killen as academic vice president. Her leadership is expected to foster new levels of academic excellence. Above, Associate Professor Anjali Barretto works with sophomore Douglas Starkebaum. ALUMNI, The community that is Gonzaga is renowned. This remained true in fall 2009 when the University welcomed its largest freshPARENTS man class ever â€“ a class already known for its enthusiasm and AND FRIENDS tight knit spirit. [fact] Gonzaga alumni, parents and friends stepped up with extra gifts to help meet the cost of $3 million in financial aid made available to the 2009 freshmen due to difficult economic conditions. Above, the Zags cheered the womenâ€™s basketball team into its first NCAA Sweet 16 appearance. Michael Millham Joseph Milligan. Crystal Langeberg Kipp Preble Margo Cockey David James Sylvia Baker Kenneth Peacock Brigid Carey Patrick Fannin Heidi Mitchell Laure Quaresma Kelsey Off Del Skillingstad, S.J. Christian Lewis John Gibbon Eric Sachtjen Christopher Crago Cheryl Coan Bruce McDavis Eric Olsen Barbara McLaughlin Mary Dolliver Mike Chappell Heidi Carlson Renee Kester Treva Marsden Robert Cepeda Rebecca Powell Diane Zemke Anita Garriott David Daggett Thomas Maier Mark Bowman Jacob Culley ROBERT RICHTER TRACY DUNLOP Douglas Orr Nathaniel Paul Samuel Maurer Gregory Presley Dali Shi To promote Gonzaga’s “When I met with Amy Cindy Kosciesza, can Zags-in-Zambia programs, to talk about Chapters, run a household and the family business while my dad is working overseas is a testament of her strength. That she can support me in every John Rudolf climbed Mount Everest, reaching Camp II before illness ended his summit attempt. “John nurtures life in others through his AMY B. WALKER “The fact that my mom, JOHN RUDOLF CINDY KOSCIESZ A Aaron McMurray Cher Desautel Joan Johnston Olga Kozubenko David Eastwood Forbes Rogers she had so many ideas. She said, ‘I love Gonzaga, I would do anything for Gonzaga. But there’s something missing in the Chapters. There’s way in my educational passion for the possible. nothing that is kid journey is a testament His energy is the radical friendly.’ After that, Amy of her love. That she still grace that fuels his pretty much started has the strength and passion, and believe the Little Zag Program, love to then give back me, it is contagious! Our which has brought so to the University that is university community is much satisfaction to so changing both our lives truly blessed to have many alumnae. She isn’t is a testament to her John so in love with afraid to work to make unending belief and faith being a Zag.” things happen. To meet in Gonzaga’s mission. – Raymond Reyes, her or to talk with her on She truly exemplifies associate academic vice the phone, you just feel the Jesuit lifestyle in president and interim better about your day. everything she does, and director for the Center She has been a ray for that I respect, admire for Global Engagement of light.” and love her.” – Kara Hertz, associate – Brian Kosciesza (’13) alumni director pages 11 – 12 || Report of the President 20 09 –2010 “David Whitehead “Neice Schafer has served Suzanne Ostersmith, the organized the Food for others in many ways Dance for PD™ program, offered by the Parkinson’s Resource Center of Spokane, needed a home. Suzanne is a woman of refreshing openness and Thought community dinners, which brought together the homeless and members of the Spokane community to learn about each other NEICE SCHAFER “When I approached DAVID WHITEHE AD (’10) SUZ ANNE OSTERSMITH Patricia Richards Senada Durgutovic John Jensen Travis Knight Stephen Ward Richard White Karen Kaiser Ronald Stevenson Scott Lartz Ayuko Momono Michael Kelly Darrell Richardson Andrew Wiley Peter Chojnowski Mark McGregor, S.J. Douglas Busko Brandon Yost Stacy Bjordahl Diane Cadagan Ida Ramsey Heidi Kyle Steve Haley David Thomas Ronda Cordill Nicolas Archer James Hoffmaster Carol Moore Theresa Hayes Britt Birkenbuel Dorcas Wylder Lisa Whitcomb William Ward Catherine Merritt Adrienne Brovero Bob LaPointe Juan Gers Ute Perz Owens Robin Briley Elaine Alberti John Haehl Joelle Traynor Martin Cain Michael Buckley David Weise Paul Grove Elizabeth Kim Ronald Carswell Martin Yanushev since her days as a GU student, but her role in starting and sustaining Reach for the Future embodies the Jesuit ideal of service: Neice through a meal and and a group of friends conversation. Those committed to pay for events were a great college for 47 Spokane addition to Spokane, second-graders. Using convinced GU to rent its not just Gonzaga. skills gained from years new dance studio at a Last fall David and I of coaching sports and reduced fee, and when attended a conference working in business, I told her that I was in Chicago for college Neice collaborates with searching for a pianist, students interested community partners, she arranged for world- in fighting hunger writes grants and class pianist Greg Presley and homelessness. tutors Reach students. to provide music – and We had some great She believes that each arranged to have a piano conversations on hunger student can succeed and donated, too.” and homelessness, which tirelessly gives her time, – Catherine Paul (M.A. was the subject of his talents and enthusiasm in Pastoral Ministry ’01), honors thesis. David was to help this dream director of Program betrothed to his high come true.” Services & Public Affairs, school sweetheart this – Irene Gonzales, Parkinson’s Resource summer and is now in executive director of Center of Spokane Chicago with Teach for Teaching & Learning America.” Spokane Public Schools passion, who immediately began looking for ways to help make the program even better. Suzanne – Todd Dunfield, CCASL associate director pages 13 – 14 || Report of the President 2009 –2010 PEOPLE OF SPOKANE Gonzagaâ€™s School of Education completed a research study on high school dropout interventions funded by Priority Spokane, a community coalition that has identified this issue as a major Spokane concern. [fact] Gonzaga students supported the community of Spokane with nearly 100,000 hours of service in 2009-10. Above, Gonzaga students help to expand the Avista community garden. Michael Keegan Thomas Trotter Roy Colver Faith Holt Michael Nilson Richard Snell Linda Lee Jane Tiedt Barbara McNeil Sheri Engelken Patricia Davis Yolanda Findlater Norman Smith Kirk Ferguson Bill Hausman, S.J. Geoffrey Hodge Lawana Embrey Luke Baugh Bruce Didesch William Dodge Marc Patterson Paulette Fink Joanne Huffstutter Carrie Holliday Chip Phillips Roseanna Witherell Eugene Medina Kip Johnson Darryl McLeod Danae Terhark Joseph Pozsgai Jason Russell Colleen Hunter Kelly Thielbahr Darcy Kooiker Ashley Steinhart Heidi Doolittle Teruo Chinen Kathleen Huggins Angela Allen David Nelson Joan Owens Charles Rose Silvia Behrend Larry Spears Judith Bean Sandra Wilson Jay Tully Theodore Hopf Sara Johnston Dione Fernandez Laura Bechtold Kristina Farrell Mark Lewis Elisha Williams Anita Timpani Mary Ward David Heil John Dorr Ellen Peters Vivienne Dutzar Jason Schnagl Brent Fales John McMahon Steven Hawk Doreen Keller Theophilus Banji Richard Thompson Jema Delistraty FINANCIAL AND STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS UNRESTRICTED OPERATING EXPENSES – 2009-2010 UNRESTRICTED OPERATING REVENUES – 2009-2010 Instructional – 28% Student Aid – 28% Tuition and Fees – 84% General Administration and Institutional – 12% Auxiliary Enterprises – 12% Other – 13% <1> Other – 3% <2> Auxiliary Enterprises – 9% Gifts – 1% Plant Operations – 4% Student Services – 4% Libraries – 2% FUNDRAISING – 2006 to 2010 11,690 DONORS ENDOWMENT VALUE – 1990 to 2010 $200 million 2006-2007 $15,824,000 11,589 DONORS $150 million 2007-2008 $112,124,466 $16,942,000 12,025 DONORS $122,889,038 $108,652,256 $100 million 2008-2009 $13,160,000 12,713 DONORS $50,585,486 $50 million 2009-2010 $14,012,156 $29,971,014 0 1990 DOLLARS INVESTED <1> Organized Activities 4.82 percent; Transfers from other GU Funds 8.12 percent. <2> Organized Activities 1.87 percent; Endowment Income 0.10 percent; Other Sources 0.80 percent. 1995 2000 FISCAL YEAR 2005 2010 Jeffrey T. Taylor Gurdon Dore Margaret Myhre Alex Vallandry Tari Eitzen Donald Goodwin Erin Foster Margarita Paulson Leslie Weatherhead DeAnn Arnholtz Patricia Hines Kyle Springer Jolie Hagan-Monasterio Julianne Simpson Leo Griffin Tyler Sparing Tarlochan Sidhu Megan Cozza Denise Ogorek Kara Valle Karen Sayre Patricia McArdle Daniel O’Hare Gary Plowman Stanley Schwartz Lunell Haught Margaret Meyers Amy Gould Amy Merrill Willis N. Yenumula David Givens Andrew Braks Jennifer Miller Kaye Kamp Ellen Imsland Anthony Bonanzino Amy Pool Joe Veliz Christopher Korsgaard Doss Mellon Kenton Hoffman Rebecca Pelton Lance Sinnema Heidi Scott Lukas Sauer Geoffrey Lundeen Helen Donigan Jay Kudo Katharine Scrimgeour Ramona Grifﬁn Christopher Frye Leslie Miller Thomas Garrett Kathleen Magonigle Mary Moloney Robin Anderson Amy Goldman Brenton Snyder Brian Rekofke Janet Ahrend Margee Webster Deanna Davis Edy Espinoza Catherine Reed Tracy Miller Tommaso Vannelli 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 Undergraduate Graduate Law 5,081 1,560 541 4,841 1,423 559 4,681 1,283 574 4,546 1,176 563 4,414 1,087 578 Total Full-time Equivalent Enrollment 7,182 6,823 6,538 6,285 6,079 Undergraduate Graduate Law 1,007 796 173 1,002 708 182 996 672 162 895 517 177 885 457 185 Total Degrees Conferred 1,976 1,892 1,830 1,589 1,527 1,188 3.66 1,177 3.66 1,184 3.69 1,195 3.72 1,191 3.63 374 672 352 645 327 607 325 598 1,046 997 934 923 STATISTICS FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT ENROLLMENT (FALL) DEGREES CONFERRED ENTERING FRESHMAN CLASS AVERAGES Combined SAT Scores GPA FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES 389 <3> 702 <3> Faculty Staff Total Full-time Employees 1,091 FINANCIAL ENDOWMENT AND LIFE INCOME FUNDS (IN THOUSANDS) General Support Endowments Scholarship Endowments Library Endowments Professorships/Lectureships Quasi-Endowments Life Income $ 11,388 57,745 1,804 18,306 23,344 10,302 $ 9,022 52,435 1,596 16,794 21,439 9,440 $ 11,796 73,643 2,269 21,877 31,278 12,143 $ 11,008 75,270 2,411 20,631 31,529 12,044 Total Endowment and Life Income Funds $ 122,889 <4> $ 110,726 <4> $ 153,006 <4> $ 152,893 <4> $ 9,346 63,010 2,103 18,129 27,295 12,753 $ 132,636 <4> STUDENT AID COMMITMENT (EXPENDITURE IN THOUSANDS) University Programs Federal/State Grant Programs Student Loans $ 65,180 6,828 73,729 Total Student Aid $ 145,737 Land & Improvements Buildings Equipment, Furniture, Library Books Plant Under Construction Total Gross Physical Plant Accumulated Depreciation $ Total Physical Plant, Net $ 223,710 $ 57,084 5,532 56,865 $ 51,331 5,080 52,417 $ 47,203 4,678 46,919 $ 42,433 4,434 40,627 $ 119,481 $ 108,828 $ 98,800 $ 87,494 $ $ $ 53,586 148,802 47,969 1,294 251,651 <75,520> $ 49,876 123,219 45,269 6,837 225,201 <68,347> PHYSICAL PLANT VALUE (IN THOUSANDS) 58,897 208,324 55,666 809 323,696 <99,986> 58,615 185,050 53,175 14,544 311,384 <91,106> $ 220,278 55,107 150,815 51,725 23,433 281,080 <83,101> $ 197,979 $ 176,131 $ 156,854 <3> As of Oct. 1, 2009. <4> Includes Gonzaga University Law Foundation, totaling $6,904,103 in 2005-2006, $8,219,058 in 2006-07, $8,357,742 in 2007-08, $7,812,607 in 2008-09 and $9,544,726 in 2009-10. pages 15 – 16 || Report of the President 20 09 –2010 Mark Stimpﬂe Hueiting Lu Beckie Byers Beth Hodgson Lester Melendez Howard Ayres Jean-Paul Lacy Patricia Southworth Linda Koep Michael Nissley James Roberts Erik Powell Joseph Dumoulin Eric Lanning Ann Allen Daniel Cumming John Finnegan Emily Goonting Jose Rojas Garry Kenney KAYLYNN BRANDON Philip Thompson Daniel Webster Brandon Martin David Crump John Wolfe Elizabeth Ankcorn Bridget Green Nita Brockie Shawn McGavran John Shuford Duane Swinton Teresa Crane Stephen Faust Anthony Martinez Mary Frier Norma Norton Mary Duff Robert Lutz Steven Alexander Kristin Souers Richard Dallen Mary Sobralske Mark Miller Michael Lavelle Matthew Moore Nadine Farid Julie Dorr Jennifer Niemann Kathleen Hazel Stephen Hitchens Thomas Simpson Andrew Makinson Maxine Martin Denise Casey Scott Kneeshaw Frank Slak Janis Timm-Bottos Sarah Vittone Sai Zha Choua Birge Jon Stratton Larry Chouinard Eric Perrault Sharon Sewell David Pearl Kathleen Snyder ELY JANIS THE ADMINISTRATION Thayne M. McCulloh, D.Phil. President Bernard J. Coughlin, S.J. Chancellor Joan Allbery Interim Vice President for Administration & Planning, 2009-10 Stephen Hess, S.J. Interim Vice President for Mission, 2009-10 Patricia O’Connell Killen Academic Vice President Earl F. Martin Executive Vice President Charles J. Murphy Vice President for Finance Margot J. Stanfield Vice President for University Relations Sue D. Weitz Vice President for Student Life Michael J. Casey Corporation Counsel pages 17 – 18 || Report of the President 2009 –2010 BOARD OF TRUSTEES TRUSTEES EMERITI John J. Luger Chair John Andrew James F. Aylward William Burch John Clute Walter J. Conn Bernard J. Coughlin, S.J. Luino Dell’Osso Sherwood L. Fawcett Thomas J. Greenan Elizabeth Hanson John G. Hayes William E. Hayes, S.J. Bobbie Huguenin James R. Jundt Duff Kennedy W. P. Laughlin John B. Maughan Angelo R. Mozilo David A. Sabey Thomas B. Tilford Patrick J. West Alvin J. Wolff, Jr. Vice Chair Dr. Andrew Agwunobi Timothy Barnard Anthony Bonanzino Paul W. Brajcich Fred A. Brown Frank E. Case, S.J. Timothy Clancy, S.J. Gerri Craves Donald Curran John Fitzgibbons, S.J. Donald Herak Joseph W. Koterski, S.J. Stephen Kuder, S.J. David J. Leigh, S.J. Rita Illig Liebelt Shannon McCambridge Jack McCann Philip G. McCarthey Thayne M. McCulloh Kevin D. McQuilkin Scott Morris Donald P. Nelles Michael A. Patterson Joseph S. Rossi, S.J. Kathleen Magnuson Sheppard Peter F. Stanton John M. Stone Edward Taylor Robert H. Tomlinson Jordan Dunn Claude Kistler Gair Petrie Brian Gosline William Drew Randell Vansant Sheri Jacobson Christopher Gypton Margaret Hanratty Christina Middendorp Vandana Asthana Daniel Vice Brent Diebel Lamont Miles Robert Alworth Roxanne Baker Zeny Ogrisseg John Navone, S.J. Theresa McKenzie Earecka Moody Tamara McGregor Laura Sankovich Karen Lindholdt Bryan Kioski Richard Sayre Jonathan Bentz Jennifer Arlt Gina Freuen Elliot Kraber Linda Rusch Katherine Boucher Brian Vandendries Wesley Church Greg Simons Michele Pope Casey Kelly Patricia Haddock Janice Whaley Christina Mitma Joshua Roe Lawrence Massey Christopher Reiber Amanda Coulter Anna Gonzales THOMAS JONES Gail Allwine Mary Mannino Molly Schneider Lori Matthews Albert Bell Zhongmin Wang Molly Spilker Nichole Bogarosh Kevin Morris Melodee Jones Lance Sadler Thomas Agnew Heather Cummins Karla Parbon John Honsky Robert Walter Krystal Tippett JAMES PROUTY KELSEY BURWELL Theresa McDowell William Randall Patricia Holbert Thomas Tremaine Angie Krauss Izak Dunn GOVERNANCE – ADMINISTRATION AND BOARDS BOARD OF MEMBERS BOARD OF REGENTS Kevin Waters, S.J. Presiding Officer Gregory A. Hubert President Stephen Hess, S.J. Secretary Robert J. Day Vice President Stephen Kuder, S.J. Rector GU Jesuit Community Peter Allison Richard F. Angotti Peter Arkison Janelle Axtell Anjali Barretto James Beebe Mark S. Britton Sharon Cade Rebecca A. Cates Gerard V. Centioli Craig T. Clifford Joseph A. Columbus Walter F. Conn, Jr. Va Lena Curran Dr. Barbara Daniels Kevin D. Daniels Catherine Dieter Angel M. Diez Patricia Etter Mary Fairhurst Al Falkner William Geary Theresa Gee Donald Hackney Robert J. Hamacher Daniel P. Harbaugh John E. “Jack” Heath, III John Hemmingson Mary Herche Lorelei Herres Kelley Hickey Christine M. Hogan Stanton K. Hooper Gregory M. Huckabee Lisa Janicki Gary Uhlenkott, S.J. Michael Cook, S.J. Timothy Clancy, S.J. Robert Lyons, S.J. Anthony Via, S.J. Eileen Johnston Marcus Jundt Margel F. Kaufman James Kubacki Christy Larsen Michael D. Lucarelli Lita Luvera John Madri Simon Manning Andrew Matsumoto Robert McCambridge Thomas K. McCarthey Ray E. McGriff, Jr. Colleen Meighan Joanne Mencarini William Mick Dr. C. Harold Mielke, Jr. John P. Moynier Molly Murphy Susan Norwood John J. Parente Mary Jane Patterson Richard Powers William Quigg Gary Randall Jeffrey Reed D. Michael Reilly Irene Ringwood Denny Ryerson Karen L. Sayre Reed Schifferman James V. Schumacher Mary O. Shanahan Shivang Sharma Patricia Shepherd-Barnes Richard J. Shinder Bishop William Skylstad Patricia Smith Albert A. Stadtmueller Dick Taylor James S. Thompson Thatcher S. Thompson Timothy Thompson Michele A. Tiesse Dr. Diane Timberlake John C. Timm Michael Tobin Michael F. Tucci Kurt Walsdorf Kevin P. West Fritz H. Wolff James J. Workland John L. Worthing William Wrigglesworth, Jr. Irving Zakheim REGENTS EMERITI Anne Aram Nancy Burnett Joseph P. Delay Dr. Thomas A. Driscoll Earl J. Gilmartin, Jr. Judith Gilmartin Josef E. Gray Donald R. Kayser John Kelly Bernard Levernier Wilfrid G. Loeken Claire McDonald Robert McDonald James H. Prince Philip M. Raekes Edward Ralph L. Philip Reinig Norman L. Roberts James P. Seabeck Charles H. Steilen David J. Taylor The 2009-10 Honor Roll and Endowments and Life Income Fund Balances will appear in the winter issue of Gonzaga Magazine. Photo credits: Josh Armstrong, Rajah Bose, Kelly Gorham, Mike Kane, Clyde Mueller, Jennifer Raudebaugh, The Spokesman-Review, Molly Van Wagner. Richard Thompson Chris Francovich Bud Barnes Eddie Birrer Michael Casey Jane Rinehart Ron Prindle Scott Coble, S.J. Betsy D Ken Sammons Maureen Sheridan Tony Sue Weitz Kathie Yerion Dan Hughes Rose Mary Volbrecht Bob Waterman Randy Williams Jon Sunderland Robert Prusch Dale Steve Balzarini Gary Uhlenkott, S.J. Senada Durgutovic Mike Carey John Burke Jim McCurdy Mike Roth Ken Anderson Blaine Garvin Joe Charles Salina Larry Perkins David Elloy Kay Carnes Johnny Coffey John Dacquisto Roxy Kasman Dan Mahoney Jeff Reed Steve Hes Jerry Almanza Bill Ryan, S.J. 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Peggy Kerwick Stephen Conant Ja Wes Oliver Paul DePalma Robert Gray David Fague Jennifer Lawson Max Capobianchi Christopher LaSota Sherri Peterson Ray G Louisa Diana Terrence Sawyer Vitaliy Gulov Joan Cassano Robert Hardie Sergey Didenko Sarah Alami Gregory McGuire Dick Rasmusse Kaye Kamp Linda Murphy Dan McCann Nesiba Besic Sandra Simpson Michael Connolly, S.J. Heather Teshome Jason Swain Shelley Story Richard Van Hoo Lisa Brown John Downey Jon Isacoff Kristine Hoover Nancy Marcus Andrew Main Rosanne Whitney Darlene Anna Medina Nicole Cooney Kevin Hekmatpanah Tony Andenoro Dennis Horn Diane Moore Michael Thompson Marinilka Kimbro Tin Tom Miller Alfred Morisette, S.J. Heidi Carlson Scott Patnode Connie Lipsker Mary Frazier Donna Ryan Alvin Tesdal Diane Birginal Therese Covert Jeff Miller Robert Spittal Elaine Manor Lada Kurpis Amy Edwards Anastasia Wendlinder Nihad Suljic John Burke Leann Sergey Tsyukalo Dustin Duvanich Leslie Radtke Jacinta Connall Kevin Shelley Janelle Axtell Kirk Besmer Eric Kincanon Ardyth Bass Matt Lamsma Molly Kretchmar-Hendricks Joshua Meland Jeff McKernan Ross Windhorst John Spencer Linda McDonald Henry Batterman Vicki Craigen David Houglum Matt Gollnick Buck Sterling Joy Milos, C.S.J. Jason Kissinger Jill Wortman Jill Wilkinson Vickie Williams Joan Sarles Linda Olson Jason Varnado Joel Morgan Dan Xu Robin P Brian Cooney Linda Wilson Megan Ballard Allen Patty Diane Tunnell Andrew Goldman Summer Berry Heather Easterling Mark Matthew Rindge Ryan Draper Danielle Hodgen Suzanne Ostersmith Linda Schearing Ann Murphy Diana Lartz Stacy Taninchev Matthew McPherson Kelly Graves John Marciniak Cheryl Pritchard Howard Glass Kristen Kavon Del Skillingstad, S.J. Mary Savage David Rovic Donald Daniels Cindy Perry Jennifer Nyland Michael Maher Kristen Churney Kay Bachman Erin Shields Michelle Etter Stephen Allen Richa Glen Frappier David Martin Waunita Myers Jeffery Hart Monica Bartlett Cynthia Kirkpatrick Janice Ueda Jeff Geldien Diane Farrell Ben Me Sydney Chambers Abbie Davis Belinda Bobko Melissa Waite Gabriella Brooke Vito Higgins Ronald Mahan Jerri Shepard Jason Gilman Alex W Debra Louden Dennis Kalina Aditya Simha Rae Victor Patricia Crowley Lisa Mispley Fortier Vitaliy Kuzmenkov David Sonntag Robert Bryant Jos Dmitriy Aleksandrov Lin Murphy Vipul Saxena Dwight Smith Valerie Kitt Gary Nestler Robert Kavon Brady Nielsen Franklin Rux Alison Gu AMY KELLEY-PEACOCK Jeffrey Taylor Teri Eveland Jodi Fogus Timothy Humphry Anji Mertens Tom Murphy Esther Gaines Karen Koberstein Robert Ray Elizabeth Miranda Jane Archer Kathy Simmons Fernando Ortiz Jennifer Akins Erik Hildebrand Matt Bafus E Edward Fitzgerald Hector Martinet Gale Snyder Rozalyn Sippel Patti Whitcomb Shannon Zaranski Joey Sammut Lavina Entel Cynthi Kurt Heimbigner Marnie Broughton Kent Hickman Georgie Ann Weatherby Lori Leonard Marek Zaranski Jessica Dauer Teresa Crane Vick Thayne McCulloh Julie Beckstead Thomas Haley Karen Sandall Stephanie Plowman Clarice Moser Heather Gores Regina Paolucci Yanqing Scott Murray Rizah Kahrimanovic Janet Snowder Mark Bodamer Brian Russo Michelle Wissink Quan Tran, S.J. Mark Voorhees Michael Hamblin Sh Senad Avdic Dan Garrity Kathy Basler Mary Beth Charleboix Mark Beattie Kerrie Morrow Danny Evans Sheri Fitzthum David Boose Cynthia Stavrian Myron Steckler Susan Foster-Dow Marguerite Marin Michael Treleaven, S. J. RaGena DeAragon Allison Sather Julie Zabinski David Lin Michael Lavoie Sarah Siegel Gordon Carolan Mary Brown Shea Swoboda Dan Morrissey Allen Albano James Pugh Anjali Mark Derby Greg Simons MaryAnn Rinderle Erin Hays John Hofland Adrian Popa Jinny Piskel Benjamin Beppler Roberto Seiko Katsushima Theresa Kappus Katie Kaiser Marcia Menard Doug Kries Chad Palmer Peter Pauw Cheryl Peterson Sherry Wood Kare Joshua Kanassatega Jewel Gurule Heather Murray Cecelia McMullen Scott Franz Jennifer Sevedge Laura Brunell Erica Johnson Gina Bowman Shere Astrid Kingsford Brooke Feehan Heather Smith Peter McKenny Jerry Krause Tia Wessling John Fisher Maureen Duclos Jaison Boylsto Stacey Avery Timothy Woodard Sean Simpson Melinda Howard Jeffrey Hazen John Wagner Kevin Hendrickson Steven Schennum Jason Brad Rickel Brian Spraggins Barbara Warner Steven Zemke Catherine Dieter Esco Kazuma Anne Thompson Catherine Kohut Barbara G Phillip Fassieux Liz Smith Darby Harrington John Villalpando Nancy Beckham Charles Lathrum Gemma Dâ€™Ambruoso Nancy Yamaura Jessica Mauc Natalie Borek Hugh Lefcort Sima Thorpe Susan Millar Kevin McCruden Craig Hightower, S.J. Alice Bair Joann Waite James Sutterman Mary Garvi Mark Shrader Hanna Davis Roger Cummings Nathaniel Greene Maciej Kosinski Michael McBride Alan McNeil Steve Lunden Patrick Charles Janace Kjolseth Pamela Blick Ann Ostendorf Jeremie Larsen Craig Caudill Meghan Mayfield Marlene Cicchetti Myrna Carroll Brooke Ellis Co Brook Swanson Jillian Cadwell Robert Aitken Sam Anderson Tom McKenzie Shannon Sanders Sally Delger Sarah Powers Asiman Babayev Jared Her Konny Sinton Bryan Putnam Chris Wheatley Kai Uahinui Kristina Morehouse Ginger Grey Jason Schnagl Robert Joyce William Ettinger Tammy G Kathleen Oâ€™Connor Sara Varela Stephen Souza Barry Matthews Marilyn Runyan Carol Bradshaw Curtis Eldredge Susan Harmon Pam Siedhoff Heidi H Heather Crandall Carol Osenga Joseph Diaz Kevin Chambers Jean Coffey Janet Brougher Jannell Williams James Fray Catherine Siejk Heather Broth Foster Walsh Yolanda Nelson Raymond Malik Mary Jeannot Megan Olsen Carol Huston Molly Ayers Lindsey Ross Christopher Stevens Dorothy Gr Diana Justice Patricia Terry Kimberly Weber T Heidi Doolittle