GONZAGA UNIVERSITY REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT 2015-16
Our Will in Action
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The 2015-16 academic year made history in many ways. Reflecting on all the achievements of Gonzaga is inspiring and motivating, not to mention simply amazing. The “Gonzaga Will” to expand and enrich our interdisciplinary teaching opportunities and to modernize our learning environments was more than a well-developed plan: It was a series of actions that continued to the mission of our beloved university. Here are a few ways we saw “Our Will in Action” this year: • We commenced the partnership with University of Washington School of Medicine to expand medical education in Spokane – a historic and strategic move not only for the two universities, but for the entire Inland Northwest. • We launched our largest capital campaign, with the most significant part of fundraising focused on building our endowment to help more students access an exemplary Catholic, Jesuit college education. • Miss Myrtle Woldson bestowed on Gonzaga the largest gift our institution has ever received (aside from the ongoing support of the Society of Jesus). Her estate, valued at $55 million, was also the second largest individual gift to a university in Washington state history. • Campus planners initiated development of four new facilities: a new Jesuit Residence, the Volkar Center for Athletic Achievement, Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center and the Integrated Science and Engineering building. • Academic leaders proudly introduced a revised core curriculum this year, focused on broadening courses in the humanities and ensuring that our students are prepared for an increasingly global environment. I think you’ll agree that these five examples alone are substantial and reflect the incredible hard work and commitment of our faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni, benefactors and friends to continue developing Gonzaga University as a premier institution. But there were plenty of purely fun moments of 2015-16 as well. We watched the new John J. Hemmingson Center become the hub of student activity and livelihood as it embarked on its first year of operation. HBO TV crews followed our men’s basketball team on the
road to the West Coast Conference Championship and provided fans around the world with inside views of Mark Few’s coaching and teamwork. The Zags took us to the Sweet Sixteen again – an event that brings worldwide attention to Gonzaga and presents us with the opportunity to display our accomplishments off the court as well. And, continuing the success of our Presidential Speaker Series, Gonzaga welcomed Her Excellency Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liberia’s Head of State. All of these successes propel us forward to embrace new opportunities in 2016-17. Chief among those will be concentrated efforts to address racial, ethnic and cultural diversity, equity and inclusion, with respect to national issues around justice for all. We’re examining our investments in light of supporting ecological sustainability. We’re engaging our faculty more in dialogue surrounding the future of higher education and how we work to keep Gonzaga viable and relevant. In the midst of those priorities, we’ll continue efforts in our capital campaign. We recently broke ground on three of the four facilities mentioned above – a visible indicator of the momentum we have to continue the exciting work that took place last year. I couldn’t be more excited about what lies ahead. I picture dance, music and theater students enjoying a modern facility in which to practice and showcase their artistic abilities. I envision more Jesuits coming to Spokane because they see us offering great spaces for their studies, retreats and growth. I’m eager to see the expansion of science and engineering opportunities. And I – along with partners across the state – am energized by the endless possibilities of having medical students on our campus. These are really just the beginning steps to an incredibly exciting future. I hope you’ll continue to walk with us on the journey. Sincerely,
Thayne M. McCulloh, D.Phil President
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Revised University Core adopted Under the direction of Molly Kretchmar-Hendricks, the University adopted a revised Core Curriculum following many months of research and reflection by a cadre of faculty members and administrative leaders. At the center of the revised Core is this question: As students of a Catholic, Jesuit and Humanistic university, how do we educate ourselves to become men and women for a more just and humane global community? Answering that question throughout the entire academic experience will be a process, as shown here:
UNIVERSITY CORE YEAR
UNDERSTANDING AND CREATING
BEING AND BECOMING
CARING AND DOING
IMAGINING THE POSSIBLE
31 First-Year Seminars (Fall 2016 semester)
As students of a Catholic, Jesuit and Humanistic university, how do we educate ourselves to become women and men for a more just and humane global community?
How do we pursue knowledge and cultivate understanding? Who are we and what does it mean to be human?
First-Year Seminar Writing Reasoning
Math Scientific Inquiry Communication & Speech
Philosophy of Human Nature
Christianity & Catholic Traditions
World or Comparative Religion
What principles characterize a well-lived life?
What is our role in the world?
Among the first-year successes were the two course design institutes, involving more than 30 faculty members. There was also the rollout of the new First-Year Seminar, in which students focused on a single subject through the lens of many disciplines, and learned to make the intellectual shift to university academic life. There were seven options this year, including a popular seminar on coffee, led by Stacy Taninchev, associate professor, political science.
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+ BROADENING COURSES Fine Arts & Design, History, Literature, Social & Behavioral Science
DESIGNATIONS Writing Enriched Global Studies Social Justice
Core Integration Seminar
new faculty joined GU in 2015-2016.
new internship courses
Student Achievements Teams and Individuals No “I” in Team Debate: National Championship Qualifiers Juniors Jenna Bauer and Dillon Johnson represented Gonzaga in the National Debate Tournament, marking the 21st time in the last 22 years that a Gonzaga team has qualified. Comprehensive Leadership: Hot Topics Students in the Comprehensive Leadership Program have presented at several meetings of the National Communication Association: one group discussed Organizational Contexts of Campus Sexual Assault; another presented, “What’s Democracy got to do with it?” Global Prize Comprehensive Leadership Program (CLP) students captured first place in the annual International Leadership Association Student Case Competition in Barcelona, Spain. Engineering Team: Vitruvius Award A team of Engineering students won the Vitruvius Award at the USA Science & Engineering Festival for developing an approach to home construction near wilderness areas to better protect homes from fires. Gonzaga was among three dozen universities to receive funds from the Environmental Protection Agency’s People, Planet and Prosperity Program with an opportunity to display at the festival in Washington, D.C. Ethics Bowl: Fourth Place A team of Gonzaga students placed fourth in the third annual Ethics Bowl, sponsored by the Independent Colleges of Washington, at the University of
Puget Sound. Teams from the state’s 10 private colleges and universities competed in the event. Theatre, Dance: 5 Awards Fourteen Gonzaga theatre and dance students competed at the American College Theatre Festival and brought home awards for scenic design, “tech Olympics,” musical theatre and stage directing and choreography.
Individual Drive Doctoral leadership students are publishing, presenting and filling prestigious roles in many ways. Among them are Joy York, who published an article in Business and Professional Communication Quarterly; and Felix Yerace, a panelist on educational technology at the National Association of Secondary School Principals meeting. Nate Disser (’17) Summer Research Fellow A human physiology major, Nate was one of two dozen students nationwide chosen to take part in a paid 10-week Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship from the American Physiological Society. A sufferer of chronic pain himself, Nate chose to address the basic mechanisms involved in tendon growth and repair. Cole Fiscus (’16) Volunteer of the Year Cole was a mentor and leader for multiple initiatives through the Center for Community Action and Service Learning. Because of his care and compassion for youth, he received Gonzaga’s Sister Virginia Claire Carvey Volunteer of the Year Award. Sister Virginia Claire was a schoolteacher in the 1960s who established services for children with special needs.
Miranda Heckman (’16) Spokane River Teacher Miranda blended her three academic loves, biology, dance and education, in a self-directed production that taught Spokane elementary schoolchildren about the ecology of the Spokane River. Madison Rose (’18) Newman Civic Fellow Madison was named a Campus Compact 2016 Newman Civic Fellow for her work as a coordinator for the Eye to Eye mentoring program and her initiative to host a Share Your Story event to raise awareness for students with learning disabilities. Joe Wilson (’16) Creating Better Braille When this electrical engineering major noticed that access to academic materials was limited for sight-impaired students, he set out to build a more convenient solution than the lengthy books with standard braille. Now a capstone project in Gonzaga’s Center for Engineering Design & Entrepreneurship and the KEEN Foundation, Joe’s team will create a manageable tablet-style electronic device that can display a full page of refreshable braille – like an iPad with a tactile screen. Students also will create a business plan, research marketing strategies and plan product promotion.
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Gonzaga partners with UW to expand medical education to Spokane The 2015-16 academic year was foundational to a new partnership between Gonzaga University and the University of Washington School of Medicine (UWSOM). In February, the two schools announced the establishment of a regional health partnership to continue, enhance and expand medical education and research in Spokane with a shared goal to foster community and economic vitality in Eastern Washington. With Gonzaga involved, 50 of the 60 first-year medical students listed Spokane as their first choice to begin their medical training — the highest percentage of students to do so in the history of the WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho) program, a multistate medical education program operated by UW for more than 45 years. The increase in the Spokane class size from 40 to 60 entering students is a result of new funding last year from the Washington state Legislature to the UWSOM. Additionally, 40 UWSOM second-year medical students – the first class to experience the school’s nationally recognized new medical school curriculum – will continue their education on GU’s campus. Along with these 100 students experiencing innovative classroom training, hundreds more UWSOM medical students complete third- and fourth-year clinical training in physicians’ practices throughout eastern Washington.
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UW consistently ranks first in family medicine, rural medicine and primary care training
100 Students in the Spokane program
$1 billion UW research funding per year
“This is a significant milestone in our commitment to educate the next generation of health professionals,” said Ana Mari Cauce, president of UW. “The growth in our Spokane class is a testament to our new partnership with Gonzaga, the excellence of our UW School of Medicine faculty and incredible support from the state and the Spokane medical community.” Welcoming UW medical students to the Gonzaga campus in fall 2016 was a historic moment that will impact the University – and the Spokane community – for years to come.
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“If your dreams do not scare you, they are not big enough. Dream big, act boldly, work hard, and your dreams will come true.” — Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
PRESIDENTIAL SPEAKER SERIES
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf President of Liberia Africa’s first democratically elected female head of state and winner of the 2011 Nobel Prize for Peace, Sirleaf became the first sitting president of a foreign nation to speak at Gonzaga in the University’s history. She spoke about the hope she has for the future of Liberian women, and how she led her country during and after the Ebola epidemic.
Gonzaga students Simon and Simeon Menso (’19) from Liberia, met their president at the event. 7
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More to Explore The Center for Global Engagement took deans and faculty members on three major excursions for program exploration this year. They were:
• University of Auckland, New Zealand
• Expanding options with the University of Zambia and the Chikuni Mission, Zambia
• Ningbo University, China
the growth of Study Abroad programs
653 Students studied abroad during the 2015-16 academic year
286 Represented majors in the College of Arts & Sciences
160 Represented the School of Business Administration
353 Studied in Italy
Besides Gonzaga-in-Florence, top locations selected were:
19 Faculty members led programs
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Gonzaga Will: The Campaign for Our Future At the launch of its Capital Campaign in October 2015, the University had already raised $183 million toward its $250 million goal. That achievement was thanks not only to Miss Myrtle Woldson, whose $55 million estate gift was the largest in Gonzaga’s history, but the generous donations from more than 23,000 other supporters. Those loyal friends – and many more who have joined the effort since the launch – believe that Zags use their gifts to shape the world for the better and that a relevant Jesuit education is vital to meet the needs of communities around the globe. Together, our supporters are paving the way toward our institution’s future in five key areas:
1. Scholarship Promise: The Will to Learn.
2. Global Engagement: The Will to Explore.
3. Academic Innovation: The Will to Advance.
4. Community Building: The Will to Serve.
5. Learning Environments: The Will to Expand.
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32,000 donors &
million raised Since the October 2015 campaign launch (as of Sept. 30, 2016)
NEW JESUIT RESIDENCE Living space for Jesuits in residence; offices and collaborative space for research and teaching • 36,074 square feet located at the northwest corner of Boone Avenue and Astor Street • Estimated cost: $12.3 million • Opening fall 2017
VOLKAR CENTER FOR ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENT Helping student athletes succeed on the court, in the classroom and in the community • 51,240 square feet located south of the Martin Centre • Estimated cost: $24 million • Opening fall 2017
MYRTLE WOLDSON PERFORMING ARTS CENTER A 750-seat performance theatre, plus areas dedicated to instruction in music, dance and theatre arts • 57,550 square feet located west of Astor Street south of the former Knights of Columbus • Estimated cost: $35 million (provided by Miss Woldson’s estate) • Groundbreaking scheduled for winter 2017; opening winter 2018
INTEGRATED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING BUILDING Increased classroom capacity, specialized equipment and cutting-edge labs • Teams are early in discussions about project specifics
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Woldson gift supports high-need scholarships and performing arts In October, Gonzaga launched its Capital Campaign, revealing its largest gift ever: the estate of Miss Myrtle Woldson, valued at $55 million. An accomplished businesswoman, musician and philanthropist, Miss Woldson chose Gonzaga as the beneficiary of her generosity, with student scholarships and a performing arts center in mind. She died in 2014 at the age of 104. “Miss Woldson decided that Gonzaga was worthy of her trust, because of who we are and where – with her support – we could go. She saw Gonzaga as something to believe in; an endeavor worthy of her support,” President McCulloh told the crowd gathered to learn about the University’s vision for the future. Miss Woldson’s gift is the second-largest from an individual to a college or university in Washington state history (according to data from the Chronicle of Philanthropy) and will create the largest scholarship fund for students with high financial need in Gonzaga’s history. Miss Woldson’s scholarship fund will bolster the University’s endowment – helping to graduate students with less debt and making Gonzaga less dependent on tuition revenue. A skilled musician, Miss Woldson’s love of the arts is reflected in her bequest for the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center. Miss Woldson’s generosity can be seen in other establishments in the Spokane community. The Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox and the Edwidge Woldson Park on Spokane’s South Hill honor her parents. Far more frequently, her philanthropy was discreet, and included Catholic Charities Spokane as well as well as the Spokane Symphony and regional museums.
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50 students participated in a math tutoring program, assisting 74 local elementary and high school students
83,983 hours of service from 2,919 students assisted 108 community partner organizations
111 students visited 31 elementary classrooms to lead hands-on experiments for 680 children
25,063 hours of mentoring were provided by 489 students to 702 Spokane youth
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Logan Neighborhood Block Party The first Logan Neighborhood Block Party brought together people who live, work, learn and worship in Logan to develop a neighborhood connection that encourages engagement and mutual support. Students also participated in a neighborhood cleanup effort to show GUâ€™s commitment to Logan.
Young Child Expo & Conference Gonzaga served as the West Coast host institution of one of the most respected and popular conferences focusing on educational and health issues for children newborn to age 6. The forum brought together nearly 500 early childhood leaders professionals, medical professionals, elected officials, policy-makers and parents to learn about the latest services and resources available to help all young children reach their full potential. During the conference, Gonzaga honored Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., with the universityâ€™s first Excellence in Early Childhood Award for her lifetime of advocating for young children and their families.
Bloomsday Connect Two engineering senior capstone teams developed a new app and a wearable device to provide Bloomsday participants with real-time race data. Their goal was 600 downloads; they had 1,800.
Across the State Dance Marathon for Children’s Miracle Network
Hillyard Youth Collaborative The Jesuit Association of Student Personnel Administrators awarded Gonzaga the Ignatian Medal for Outstanding Academic Partnership for its work on the Hillyard Youth Collaborative in northeast Spokane. The Ignatian Medal annually recognizes a program or initiative that demonstrates collaboration between academic and student affairs to support student success and learning. The Hillyard Youth Collaborative promotes the success of youth in the northeast neighborhoods of Spokane with a focus on identification of at-risk students, the design and delivery of interventions for students, and evaluation of those interventions.
Gonzaga Law was recognized for its participation in the Washington Moderate Means Program, in which law students help middle-income families achieve better access to justice. Also of note from the Law School are two alumni serving as back-to-back presidents of the Washington State Bar Association: Bill Hyslop (’80 J.D.) and Robin Haynes (’00, ’02 M.A., ’06 J.D.). The School of Professional Studies hosted its first Women in Leadership Conference in Seattle. U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, researcher Heidi Hanna and sociologist JoAnne Wehner led conversations on navigating gender-related leadership challenges.
84 Martin Luther King Jr. Service Day On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Gonzaga students volunteered in northeast Spokane, working like many others to transform the federal holiday into a day of citizen action. Students served at the Northtown Boys & Girls Clubs, The Salvation Army, and the Mission Community Outreach Center. “Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and work challenge us to act for a widespread and deeply rooted justice that extends to all people. Celebrating his legacy by supporting local organizations involved in that work is a wonderful way to spend this day,” said Hannah Klaassen, coordinator, Center for Community Action and Service-Learning (CCASL)
IRS-certified Zags contributed more than 971 hours of volunteer service to help 981 individuals file their taxes. Gonzaga accounting students partnered with the IRS and United Way of Spokane County to help generate more than $1 million in refunds for low- and middle-income Spokane residents through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
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Noteworthy Mentions Vincent Alfonso Participant in a World Congress in Rome Dean of the School of Education, Alfonso attended the World Congress on Catholic Education and enjoyed a session with Pope Francis. The School of Education is collaborating with the School of Business Administration to support the Diocese of Spokane and its Catholic schools, as part of a vision for creating a Center for Catholic Education to place Gonzaga at the forefront of Catholic education initiatives. Kenneth Anderson Named Dean of School of Business Administration Now in his 30th year at Gonzaga, Anderson is dean of the School of Business Administration, having served as associate dean from 2008 to 2013. Julie Beckstead STEM Teaching Honor Insight Into Diversity magazine selected Julie Beckstead, professor of biology and environmental studies, as one of “100 Inspiring Women in STEM” for her work encouraging a new generation of young women to consider careers in science, technology, engineering and math. John Caputo was a Visiting Research Scholar in the Department of Communication and Social Research at Sapienza University in Rome. He is a professor in the Communications and Leadership Studies program. Vesta Coufal Math Teaching Award The Pacific Northwest Region of the Mathematical Association of America presented Vesta Coufal, associate professor of mathematics, with its 2016 Award for Distinguished College or University Mathematics Teaching. Lynn Daggett professor of Law, along with attorney Tanya Barton (J.D. ’14), presented McCleary: An Update on Washington’s School Funding Litigation, relating to the Washington State Supreme Court’s decision to hold the Legislature in contempt for failing to fund education as the high court had previously ordered. Todd Finkle and Kevin Henrickson Centioli Faculty Scholars Award Two faculty members in the School of Business Administration were recognized for professional publication work and their activity in program development.
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Inga Laurent, associate professor of Law, received a Fulbright Scholarship to teach and research in Jamaica for 10 months. She intends to look at the country’s deeply rooted support of retributive justice models and examine the new more restorative practices of justice in place. Tod Marshall New State Poet Laureate English Professor Tod Marshall, an award-winning poet, was appointed the fourth Washington State Poet Laureate by Gov. Jay Inslee. In his two-year term, he will work to build awareness and appreciation of poetry – including the state’s legacy of poetry – through public readings, workshops, lectures and presentations in communities statewide. Marshall directs the Gonzaga English department’s writing concentration and the Gonzaga Visiting Writers Series, which offers dynamic encounters with accomplished writers. Fernando Ortiz Book of the Year The Association of Catholic Publishers named “To Be One in Christ: Intercultural Formation and Ministry,” Liturgical Press, edited by Ortiz (director of counseling), and Father Gerard J. McGlone, S.J., its 2016 Book of the Year. Charles Pepiton A Debut in Cannes “Laura, or Scenes from a Common World,” a film directed by Pepiton, assistant professor of acting and directing, was selected for the Art Video International Film Festival (AVIFF) in Cannes, France. Other Gonzaga collaborators were Leslie Stamoolis, Gonzaga assistant professor of costume design; Benjamin Semple, GU professor of modern languages; and modern languages Lecturer Marina Drake. Lisa Silvestri Publishes book on soldiers and social media Assistant professor of communication studies, Silvestri published “Friended at the Front: Social Media in the American War Zone,” which explores how Facebook and YouTube have transformed soldiers’ experiences at the frontlines of war. She has become a national media resource for coverage on this topic. Timothy Westerhaus International Conductor Exchange The American Choral Directors Association’s International Conductors Exchange Program selected Timothy Westerhaus, director of choirs and vocal studies, as a 2016 Conducting Fellow. Westerhaus was one of only seven conductors chosen to represent the United States in South Korea.
In the 2014-15* academic year, Gonzaga faculty members demonstrated a deep commitment to their respective disciplines in many ways, including, but not limited to:
387 Formal Presentations
212 Published Articles, Books, Chapters, Music, Creative Writing
117 Professional Service, Leadership and Consulting Opportunities
47 Published Articles and Books (Non-Refereed)
37 Published Reviews
26 External Grants
24 Juried and Non-Juried Shows
13 External Teaching and Scholarly Recognitions
1 External Scholarly Fellowship
* 2015-2016 works not yet compiled.
First cohort of students begins Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia program Gonzaga University’s School of Nursing and Human Physiology greeted the first class of new students in the Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice, the only one of its kind in the West and one of only 45 accredited programs nationwide.
Doctor of Nursing Practice program receives accreditation The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education has granted initial accreditation to Gonzaga University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice Program for five years – the longest possible term for a new program. The goal is to create new research-based improvements that will become available to practicing nurses. In addition, the program aims to create better overall care for patients by offering education at the same level for nurse practitioners, pharmacists, physicians and physical therapists.
ENGINEERING: PERMEABLE PAVEMENT
PHYSICS: THE PRIMORDIAL HELIUM ABUNDANCE
Sue Niezgoda & Mark Muszynski Associate Professors, Civil Engineering; Aimee Navikis-Brash, Adjunct Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Erik Aver, Assistant Professor, Physics Primordial helium abundance provides a unique window into the physics of the universe. Aver’s work uses astronomical observations of dwarf galaxies to experimentally determine the primordial helium abundance and compare with the prediction based on physics theory. “My collaborators and I have analyzed infrared light from a galaxy to greatly improve our knowledge about the density of the gas within. As a result, we were able to reduce the uncertainty in our calculations by over 50 percent, greatly advancing our ability to meaningfully test the prediction based on our understanding of the physics of the early universe.” PSYCHOLOGY: CULTURE MATCH
Vinai Norasakkunkit, Associate Professor, Psychology A series of experiments the research team conducted in the United States and Japan show that individuals whose motivational styles and values deviate from those that are predominant in their societies are more likely to be marginalized in their societies as precarious workers or even social isolates. The study has important implications for policies and early intervention strategies that can minimize the risk of becoming chronically marginalized in one’s own society. BIOLOGY: BACTERIOPHAGE
Kirk Anders, Professor, & Marianne Poxleitner, Associate Professor, Biology Bacteriophage references a group of viruses that infect specific bacteria, usually causing their disintegration or dissolution. Professors Anders and Poxleitner are the key faculty guiding students who start out by isolating a bacteriophage from a soil sample. Over the course of the semester they characterize their bacteriophage, perform DNA analysis, name their phage, and submit data to a national database to make it available to other scientists who study bacteriophage in order to address concerns around antibiotic resistance.
Permeable pavements treat stormwater that falls directly on the surface of pavement. To prove that permeable pavement is successful, the team designed two separate monitoring systems: one to analyze the durability of the pavement, and another to collect information on the water quality and quantity treated by the pavement. This process has important benefits including stormwater treatment and decreasing water runoff on specific roadways. Working with the City of Spokane, this research will be used in the redevelopment of Sharp Avenue in the Logan Neighborhood. CIVIL ENGINEERING: CONNECTED VEHICLE PILOT DEPLOYMENT
Rhonda Young, Associate Professor, Engineering Self-driving vehicles collect all kinds of data to navigate the roadway, and the U.S. Department of Transportation is looking at ways to collect and share that meta-data between/ among vehicles through roadside collection and analysis. The first self-driving cars will start transmitting data by 2018, and within a few years, the U.S. DOT will need to have connected vehicle communications protocols in place. Young is among the engineers working to determine how to do this effectively. HISTORY: GYPSIES AND ROMA: PERCEPTIONS AND REALITIES IN AMERICAN CULTURE AND HISTORY
Ann Ostendorf, Associate Professor, History This project explores the relationship between the Roma in the earliest colonies and the United States, the stereotype of the Gypsy, and the early American project of nation building. Ostendorf’s work will describe and contextualize the origins and power of the myths about Gypsies, “many of which still hold overwhelming power in their perception as truth” among the majority American populations, she says.
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY: BACKPACK AND ARMOR DESIGN FOR SAFETY
Brian Higginson, Associate Professor, Human Physiology A former member of the U.S. military’s special-operations force, Higginson’s expertise is in how backpack loads impair shooting performance. His research combines biomechanics and ergonomics to help design backpacks and body armor systems that improve safety by enabling movement.
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biology students have made a distinctive contribution to biomedical research, discovering six new viruses known as “phages.” Their work was published recently in the scientific journal eLife
students presented original research at the 2016 Spokane Intercollegiate Research Conference
students attended the 2016 Pacific Northwest Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America
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Getting their feet wet Along the Little Spokane River, a group of engineering students in a senior technical elective, Stream Restoration, measured water quality and flow, and examined the stream banks and sediment suspended in the water. The class was taught by Sue Niezgoda, whose teaching philosophy is to engage and educate using a collaborative “learn-by-doing” approach. The land itself was a gift to Gonzaga from a generous benefactor.
Students intern at Swedish Medical Center Nine students participated in clinical research projects and received mentoring from medical professionals through the Seattle Summer Biomedical Internship program, the dream child of Dr. Terry Mayberg (’79), a neuroanesthesiologist and a former associate professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She is the founder and director of the internship program with her husband Dr. Marc Mayberg, a neurosurgeon and co-founder of the Swedish Neuroscience Institute.
“We are here to push past the complacent place in our hearts that craves selfcenteredness. We are here to find and pursue the desire for a spirituality that works not only for our own inner peace, but for kinship within our communities and justice for our world.” Megan O’Malley (’17) Gonzaga student mentor
105 Students spend spring break helping others
Sites around the nation where Zags served
Francis Youth Institute engages high schoolers A $294,415 grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. established a theology institute for high school students, called the Francis Youth Institute. The grant is part of Lilly Endowment’s High School Youth Theology Institute’s initiative, which encourages young people to explore theological traditions, ask questions about the moral dimensions of contemporary issues and examine how their faith calls them to lives of service. Gonzaga is one of 82 schools participating in the initiative. Gonzaga’s first Institute, co-directed by Gonzaga religious studies faculty Joe Mudd and Anastasia Wendlinder, included more than 20 students entering the 11th and 12th grades. It was grounded in Pope Francis’ encyclical, “Laudato Si: On the Care of Our Common Home.”
Simplicity, spirituality, community and justice Every year, Mission:Possible projects provide students with opportunities to serve in new ways and new venues across the nation. In 2016, more than 100 students participated in these ways and more: • Provided job training for women in Boise • Supported Boys and Girls Club programs in Knoxville, Tenn. • Interacted with children of incarcerated parents in New York
Craveses receive Ignatian Spirit Award Gonzaga University honored Gerri Craves and her late husband, Bob, with its Ignatian Spirit Award at the ninth annual Ignatian Gala. The University confers the award each year on benefactors who have given generously of their time, talent and resources to advance Gonzaga. Gerri has served as a trustee for 15 years, and with Bob Craves, founded the College Success Foundation to help underprivileged students achieve a college education. Today, Gerri’s service at Gonzaga focuses on helping to raise funds for the new Jesuit Residence. You can read more about her online at gonzaga.edu/tobecontinued.
• Cleaned an emergency shelter for homeless women in St. Louis • Befriended women in transitional housing in Phoenix
Dignity for All On International Day of Tolerance, students, faculty and staff formed a human chain of solidarity to symbolize the value of inclusion and respect.
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John J. Hemmingson Center is game changer for campus life, earns “green” honors Gonzaga University’s transformative new John J. Hemmingson Center quickly became the center of campus activities when it opened in August, just in time for the start of the academic year. The 167,726-square-foot facility, located in the heart of Gonzaga’s campus, brings the community together, blending the core elements of the Gonzaga experience – academics, student development, faith and global impact – in a facility designed for connectivity. Shortly after opening, Gonzaga learned the facility had received the prestigious Gold certification from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system. The LEED rating system was designed by the U.S. Green Building Council to support development of more
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sustainable buildings with energy efficiency and minimal environmental impacts. “The Hemmingson Center embodies our vision of a modern sustainable building that reflects Gonzaga’s commitment to the environment and serves as a transformational facility to foster students’ learning, reflection, engagement and growth,” President McCulloh said. It features an environmentally sensitive design that includes geothermal heating and cooling, a hydroponic greenhouse for fresh produce, and an apiary serving as an educational tool for the campus community. It is Gonzaga’s second building to receive the Gold LEED certification, following the PACCAR Center for Applied Science.
Success for Graduates
â€œFirst Destination Surveyâ€? Published in 2016 by Career & Professional Development, a First Destination Survey follows guidelines of the National Association of Colleges and Employers to collect data on undergraduates who
Top graduate schools for undergrads continuing their education: Gonzaga University University of Washington University of Oregon
earned degrees from July 2014 to June 2015.
265 Employers and organizations recruited Gonzaga students on campus
are continuing education
are engaged in volunteer service
1.2% are serving in the military * Success Rate combined those alums who are employed (full and parttime), continuing education, or engaged in volunteer or military service
Top Employers / Service Organizations for Recent Graduates Jesuit Volunteer Corps U. S. Army Boeing AmeriCorps Self-employed Costco Gonzaga University
Deloitte Teach for America Nordstrom Swedish Medical Center, Seattle Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center
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Our Will in Action
A gritty Sweet Sixteen as HBO-TV follows the Zags The men’s basketball team delivered one of the most fascinating seasons in program history in 2015-16, beginning with games in Japan and the Bahamas, and full intentions of taking Gonzaga back to the West Coast Conference Championship for its 18th year. Early into the season, Zags coaches receive an unprecedented request: to have the team’s games, classroom experiences and social and family activities filmed for national viewing. HBO Sports teamed up with IMG’s Original Content unit for an unscripted five-episode series called “Gonzaga: The March to Madness.” The HBO series chronicled the hard work and high expectations gameby-game with behind-the-scenes footage, offering a unique look at the program’s personalities that reveals how a small university, often labeled a “Cinderella Story” out of Spokane, Washington, has achieved success against the odds. “Every March, Gonzaga rallies the global basketball community around them,” notes Mark Shapiro, chief content officer, WME | IMG. “The Zags are a team with incredible leadership, dedicated players and a history like no other. Having spent months documenting their journey, we could not be more excited to share this unique, all-access story in partnership with HBO.”
162,000 “The March to Madness” may have been wildly popular on Gonzaga social media accounts, with posts reaching as many as 100,000 viewers. However, nothing was as widely shared as the note of gratitude shared by Senior Eric McClellan. His message reached a whopping 162,000 Facebook users.
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Visitors to Jundt Art Center
Guided tours to 2,044 museum patrons.
More works added to the permanent collection
Fifty Masterworks from the Print Collection In celebration of its 20th anniversary, the Jundt Art Museum staged an exhibition featuring 50 significant works on paper by 50 noteworthy artists. Lithographs, screenprints, engravings, etchings and other prints came from Gonzaga’s permanent collection, which includes more than 4,500 pieces. Other exhibitions included the outdoor display of sculptures by David Hayes; a presentation of the works of Fr. Andrew William Vachon, S.J., as part of the Jesuits & the Arts series, and the annual student art exhibition.
“Weaving Our Sisters’ Voices” Gonzaga professors from religious studies, music and theatre studies collaborated to bring the ancient stories of women from Scripture to the stage with a modern perspective in an original Gonzaga play.
The museum published its second and third books: “Vivid in My Mind: The Visionary and Landscape Images of Father Andrew William Vachon, S.J.,” and “Fifty Masterworks from the Print Collection of the Jundt Art Museum,” for which the museum was awarded its first-ever state grant from ArtsWA.
Music The Northwestern Division of the American Choral Directors Association selected the Gonzaga University Concert Choir and Timothy Westerhaus, conductor, to perform in the “Music in Worship” portion of its conference. The choir performed Arvo Pärt’s “Berlin Mass,” composed after the fall of the Berlin Wall, to celebrate the fall of walls that divide humanity. Other performances this year included: • GU Women’s Chorus: “Magnificat!” with special guest Incendo Music Ensemble
‘Dido & Aeneas’ In a collaboration among music, theatre and dance faculty and students, Gonzaga presented Henry Purcell’s English baroque dance opera “Dido & Aeneas,” a dramatization of the story of the tragic romance between Dido, queen of ancient Carthage, and Aeneas, hero of ancient Rome.
Writing The 2015-2016 Gonzaga University Visiting Writers Series, an event organized by Washington State Poet Laureate Tod Marshall and additional Gonzaga faculty, featured writers such as Kimberly Meyer, Manuel Gonzales, Robyn Schiff and Meagan Ciesla, and the winners of the Michael and Gail Gurian Award. This year’s series was presented in partnership with Gonzaga’s English, religious studies and environmental studies departments, as well as Gonzaga’s Unity Multicultural Education Center, Spokane Falls Community College and The Davenport Hotel.
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FINANCIAL & STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS A S OF MAY 31, 2016, ALL IN MILLIONS (Amounts derived from audited financial statements)
OPER ATING RE VENUE S
ENDOWMENT AND LIFE INCOME
$ 25 0 M
$ 20 0 M
Tuition & Fees 78.9%
Government Grants 0.7% Annual Fund 1.3%
$122.9 $ 10 0 M
Other Sources 4.0% Net Assets Released from Restriction 5.2%
$ 5 0 M
Auxiliary Enterprises 9.9%
0 M 2 0 05
Unrestricted gross operating revenues.
$ 15 0 M
2 011 2 01 2 2 013 2 014 2 015 2 016
Endowments and life income values include all assets, regardless of restriction.
OPER ATING E XPENSE S
NE T A SSE TS
$ 5 0 0 M
$ 4 0 0 M
Student Aid 30.0%
$ 3 0 0 M
$ 20 0 M
Student Services 6.6% Plant Operations 3.9%
$ 10 0 M
General Admin. & Institutional 13.3%
Organized Activities 7.6%
0 M 2012
Auxiliary Enterprises 9.5% Unrestricted operating expenses.
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Net assets represent the Universityâ€™s total assets minus total liabilities.
for PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEERS
the WEST (U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT)
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (USA Today)
GRADUATE ACCOUNTING (U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT)
92% # 18 SUCCESS RATE CLASS OF 2015
BEST CATHOLIC COLLEGE (USA TODAY COLLEGE)
NURSE ANESTHESIA PROGRAM (U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT)
(U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT)
of Gonzaga students receive some type of financial aid
average financial aid package
donors who gave to Gonzaga in 2015-2016
donors participated on Zags Give Day
Zags were sponsored with scholarships from the Zag Scholarship Fund
* 2015-16 data
FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT ENROLLMENT (FALL )
Undergraduate Graduate Law
5,481 5,284 5,372 5,354 5,310 1,389 1,381 1,500 1,551 1,596 340 334 383 456 504
Total full-time equivalent enrollment
DEG REE S CONFERRED
Undergraduate Graduate Law
1,112 1,172 1,139 1,254 1,101 787 801 836 826 835 112 121 157 161 162
Total degrees conferred
ENTERING FRE SHMAN CL A SS AVER AG E S
Combined SAT scores (1600) GPA FULL-TIME EMPLOY EE S (FALL )
423 427 421 410 402 789 778 740 734 712
Total full-time employees
END OWMENTS AND LIFE INCOME
General support $ Program support Scholarships Libraries and museums Professorships and lectures Quasi-endowments Life income <1> $ Total endowments and life income <2>
4,115 $ 4,316 $ 4,198 $ 18,324 19,320 18,295 116,011 118,033 102,191 2,105 2,224 2,176 25,941 25,499 24,851 32,551 34,419 33,622 13,903 14,962 15,479 212,950
3,775 $ 3,150 14,469 10,918 85,924 73,784 1,957 1,724 22,368 20,175 29,968 26,194 14,871 12,403
$ 173,332 $ 148,348
S TUDENT AID
University programs $ 89,821 $ Federal/state grant programs 6,488 Student loans 64,893 Total student aid
80,618 $ 6,636 62,952
78,080 $ 7,038 68,278
$ 150,206 $ 153,396
75,424 $ 7,251 73,410
70,948 6,980 77,036
PH YSIC A L PL A NT
Land $ 8,072 $ 8,024 $ 7,491 $ 6,827 $ 6,827 Buildings and improvements 353,858 292,878 291,482 266,814 265,661 Equipment, furniture, library books and artwork 42,632 30,621 32,408 32,083 32,264 Plant under construction 6,675 66,101 19,123 18,940 2,009 Total gross physical plant 411,237 397,624 Accumulated depreciation <114,280> <105,928> Total physical plant, net
350,504 324,664 306,761 <100,613> <95,770> <88,647> $ 249,891
$ 228,894 $ 218,114
<1> Life income balances represent the asset value and exclude any associated liabilities to trust or annuity beneficiaries. <2> Includes Gonzaga Law School Foundation totaling $11,375 in 2011-12; $13,497 in 2012-13; $15,156 in 2013-14; $15,846 in 2014-15; $16,692 in 2015-16.
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HONOR ROLL OF CONTRIBUTORS 2015-16 MAJOR BENEFACTORS LIFETIME CONTRIBUTORS
Gonzaga’s loyal donors give our students outstanding educational opportunities. Because of their commitment to Gonzaga, the following benefactors have given $50,000 or more in cumulative gifts. This report of contributors includes gifts made through May 31, 2016. † Deceased
$10,000,000 and above (Cumulative) Anonymous Duet Technologies Jesuit Community of Gonzaga University Miss Myrtle E. Woldson †
$5,000,000 - $9,999,999 (Cumulative) John Hemmingson Christine M. Hogan The Hogan Family Foundation, Inc. Independent Colleges of Washington Jim and Joann Jundt Charlotte Martin Foundation Jane McCarthey Family Maureen McCarthey Phil and Sandy McCarthey Sarah McCarthey Tom and Mary McCarthey, Jr. McCarthey Family Foundation Pat and Sandy Volkar Fritz and Jeanie Wolff
$2,000,000 - $4,999,999 (Cumulative) Anonymous Alphonse and Geraldine Arnold Estate Tim and Mary Barnard The Dauna Leigh Bauer Foundation Comstock Foundation M. O. Flannery Estate Charles Gillingham † Don and Carol † Herak Howard Hughes Medical Institute Bob and Alice Jepson Johnson Scholarship Foundation Duff and Dorothy † Kennedy Charlotte Y. Martin † Robert and Claire McDonald Angelo and Phyllis Mozilo M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Charlie and Doris O’Connor Oracle Corporation PACCAR Inc Carl R. Pohlad † The Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation Jim and Gwen Powers J. Merton and Jessie Rosauer †
Sodexo Marriott Services Sterling Software Tom and Camilla Tilford
$1,000,000 - $1,999,999 (Cumulative) Anonymous Louis and Kathryn Barbieri † The Boeing Company Cadre Technologies, Inc. Henry J. Casey † Marguerite M. Casey † Dr. Patrick J. Cavanaugh † Chester and Catherine J. Chastek † Harriet Cheney Cowles Foundation Walter † and Donna Conn Fred and Barbara Curley † Don and Va Lena (Scarpelli) Curran Bernard † and Marsha Daines Nancy C. Driscoll Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Sperry H. Goodman † Johnston-Hanson Foundation W. M. Keck Foundation Kreielsheimer Foundation Christy and Mike Larsen John and Donna Luger Paul and Lita (Barnett) Luvera Harry and Colleen Magnuson † H.F. Magnuson Family Foundation, Inc. Tom Martin † and Noreen Hobbs Martin Jack and Mary McCann Joseph L. McCarthy † Microsoft Corporation Gene and Marti Monaco Lyle W. and Cherie Moore † Scott and Lizbeth (Tomich) Morris The Phyllis and Angelo Mozilo Family Foundation Smithmoore Myers and Sandy Sandulo- Myers † Terry Payne Mark and Cindy Pigott Thomas P. and Cheryl Powers Ed and Yvonne Ralph † Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation Elizabeth D. Rudolf John and Nancy Rudolf Rudolf Family Foundation Dave and Sandy Sabey The Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Mary Owens Shanahan Living Trust John M. Stone Walter A. and Hazel Toly † United Way of King County Washington Trust Bank Betty S. Wheeler † Angie and Irv Zakheim
$500,000 - $999,999 (Cumulative) Anonymous Allegro Investments, LLC Avista Corporation Fred E. Bigelow † Horace and Christine Bozarth † Fred and Leslie Brown Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation
The accuracy of this listing is very important to us. Please contact Laura Gatewood, senior director of donor relations, at 509.313.6381 or email@example.com with questions. Fiscal prudence and environmental concerns have led Gonzaga to display the entire Honor Roll online at gonzaga.edu/HonorRoll. 23
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Gerard Centioli Ben B. Cheney Foundation Bill and Virginia † Clemens John † and Nancy Clute Costco Wholesale Harry L. (Bing) Crosby † Leon (Bob) and Petronella Davis Estate Joe † and Edna Deichl Bud W. Driessel Estate Anna Fahey † Garco Construction Gonzaga University Law Adjunct Faculty Charles Hennessey † Herak Foundation Mary and Tom Herche Hewlett-Packard Company Mark, Marsha and Stephanie Hierbaum Mr.† and Mrs. Dan Hogan, Jr. Inland Northwest Community Foundation Intel Corporation The Kern Family Foundation, Inc Joseph R. Keys † Patrick J. and Stephanie Kilkenny KnowledgeWare, Inc. The Kresge Foundation Barbara Lowery Henry Luce Foundation David and Christina Lynch Bob and Yvonne Lyons † Esther A. McCoy † Dr. Earl Miller Estate The Odell Fund Guy and Madeline Ossello Robert and Carol (Smail) Palencar Michael A. Patterson Robert and Ann Powers † Hubie Randall † Jim and Maggie Randall Rational Software Corporation Norm † and Rita Roberts Mark and Katherine Ryland S.E.R.E. Solutions, Inc. Sabey Corporation Dr. Scholl Foundation Frost & Margaret Snyder Foundation The Steele-Reese Foundation Suzi Stone Frank X. Suttey Estate John and Betty Tubbs † Mike and Mary Jo (McKinnon) Tucci Union Pacific Railroad Elizabeth Van Sistine Estate Carrie Welch Trust Estate Helen Welty † Pat and Carol West E. L. Wiegand Foundation Wolff Family Foundation
$250,000 - $499,999 (Cumulative) Anonymous Theodore B. Albi † John and Jewel Andrew John † and Anne Aram The Avista Foundation Bank of America Bank of America Foundation Kenneth and Esther Louis Barton † Gerald Berger John and Kristianne Blake Boise Dr. and Mrs. Norman Bolker † Joseph and Peggy Brennan † Brockman Charitable Trust Bob † and Stevie (Cada) Burke Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation
Josh Burrows John E. Cannon, Sr. † Dr. Robert J. and Thelma Rose Casey † Rebecca Cates Centioli Family, LLC Coeur d’Alene Mines Corporation Comshare, Inc. Jim and Terry Coombes George Corkery † CPM Development Corporation Gerri and Bob † Craves Daniels Fund Henry L. Day † Joseph P. and Helen K. Delay Luino and Margaret Dell’Osso, Jr. Lawrence E. Duffy Estate Ernst & Young Foundation Fluke Corporation Orlanta Franck † Maurice Gales † Bart and Hilke Gallant Clark H. Gemmill Robert F. Gilb and Michele Tiesse-Gilb George and Marianne Grant † Josef and Stephany † Gray Robert and Denise Greco Jerry † and Helen Greenan Jo and Patsy Hall † Carl M. Hansen Foundation Mr. and Mrs. † Fred Hanson Daniel P. Harbaugh Ellen Healy † The Hearst Foundations Horton and Mazie Herman † Lorelei and Phil Herres Conrad N. Hilton Foundation John and Deborah Holleran Hooker Creek Ranch Horrigan Foundation, Inc. Greg and Teresa Hubert IBM Corporation Euretta James Estate Don and Marilyn Jans George F. Jewett Foundation Johnston Foundation Johnston-Fix Foundation Herbert B. Jones Foundation Kasco of Idaho, LLC KC Auto Paint and Supplies, Inc. Dorothy C. Kelly † John and Carrie Lapke Dr. and Mrs. Charles P. Larson † Harry and Harriet Leppek † Lilly Endowment, Inc. Wil and Pat Loeken The David and Christina Lynch Foundation Bob and Sandy McConkey Kevin and Debbie McQuilkin and Family Jack D. Miklos † Dr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Monks Moss Adams Foundation Moss Adams LLP Aloysius † and Jody Mullally John † and Margie Murphy Dan Murphy Foundation Don and Jeanette Nelles Next IT Corporation Oregon Province Society of Jesus Dean Lewis H. and Mrs. Jackie Orland† Donald Powelson † Bill and Carol Quigg Jeff and Margaret Reed Phil and Bev Reinig Ed and Bunny (Suva) Renouard Donald and Donna Rockstrom Jim † and Beverly Rogers Lucille Rooney Estate
Frances Salla Estate Mike and Mary (Owens) † Shanahan Stephen † and Mary Shinn Nancy and Penn Siegel The Stoner Foundation Mary E. Stuart † Gertrude K. Sully Estate Sun Microsystems, Inc. Sunbelt Communications Company Dick and Barbara Taylor U.S. Bancorp Foundation Union Pacific Foundation Jennifer Vertetis McCann The Vogelheim Family Anna Mae Waldron Estate The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Tim and Jackie Welsh Dennis and Jackie Wheeler Howard W. Wildin † Nancy A. Wildin Geraldine Wynkoop †
$100,000 - $249,999 (Cumulative) Anonymous Dr. † and Mrs. John B. Adams A-Economy Storage Alcoa Foundation Altera Corporation Dr. Mansoor Al-Turki The Anderson Foundation Kelly Andrade Steven Andrade Richard and Debbie Angotti Hilario and Karen Arguinchona Arrowhead General Insurance Agency, Inc. Athletic Round Table, Inc. Daniel E. Bandmann † Don Barbieri Ms. Heather M. Barbieri Dr. Clarence Barnes Charles A. and Dolores A. Barry Trust Dr. Anne Baruch † Battelle Memorial Institute Ann Baumann Trust Lawrence J. and Anna M. Bennett John Beutler John and Joan Bollier Tony and Mary Lou Bonanzino Erma A. Bonge Estate Frank and Ilse Bourbeau Frank and Sharon Bouten James P. and Catherine Boyer Helen Brach Foundation Paul and Colleen Brajcich Aileen Connolly Bratton Todd Brinkmeyer and Angela Marozzo Greg and Michelle Bui Christopher and Mary Ann Bulger Bill † and Gloria Burch Edward L. Burke † Bruce and Judy Butler Stewart and Molly Butler Dr. John and Priscilla Cadwell Ron and Terri Caferro Dennis and Peggy (Morton) Calfee William and Judy Carlin B. J. Carney Company Robert M. Carroll † Holly Louise Caudill † CBS Reporting, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gill Centioli † Cerium Networks - Roger Junkermier Challenger Pipe & Steel, LLC Harry E. Chisholm † Citigroup Global Impact Funding Trust, Inc. Beverly Clegg †
Club USA Coleman Foundation Gene J. Colin and Susan M. Janus College Success Foundation Comcast Spotlight W & D Conn Charitable Unitrust Daryl and Michele Connell Dr. John P. and Flo Ann Connors † Michael and Rebecca Costello Hank and Norma Crawford CRUX subsurface, inc. Michael H. Cunningham, M.D. Cycrest Systems, Inc. Kevin and Mary Jean Daniels Harry † and Dorothy Dano Bill † and Tasia Davenport Robert J. and Raeceil A. Day Family of Brad Dear Richard J. DeBlieck Donald E. DeFeyter † E.B. ‘Pete’ and Daisy DeFeyter † Family Alan S. Dernbach and Rose Higgins Bob and Evelyn Dieringer † Larry and Kathy Dilley Harlan and Maxine Douglass Tom and Karen Driscoll Ted Druffel † Walter Duncan † William Eddleman † EdFund Genevieve Edmonds † John and Dianne Egger Emerson Quiet Kool Corporation Employees Community Fund of The Boeing Company Environmental West Exploration, Inc. Jim and Billie Etter Evans, Craven & Lackie, P.S. ExxonMobil Foundation Farmers Insurance Group Francis A. Feider † Roger A. Felice Bob and Katie Ferguson Jonathan Ferraiuolo Brooks † and Lucy Fields James and Maxine † Finlen Dennis and Lynn Flaherty † Dr. Howard and Maxine Floan † John and Lyla Fluke † Foster Foundation Blaine G. and Pamela French Joe † and Joan Gagliardi Mary Jewett Gaiser † William Gaylor Estate George and Theresa Gee John and Sherry Gilbert Lt. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. William Gillingham Bud † and Judy Gilmartin Global Credit Union Gonzaga University Alumni Association Gonzaga University Faculty Goodale & Barbieri Burgess Gordon † Margaret S. Gose † Budd and Kathy Gould Ray and Eleanor Grannis Greg and Julie Green Mark and Mary Griffin James and Louisa Guise Herschel and Betty Gustafson † Larry L. Guthrie † Don and Sherie Hackney Donald and Pauline Hagan † Robert and Roberta Halliday Robert and Donna † Hanson George Hardgrove Foundation Jack and Lisa Heath Hecla Mining Company Kevin and Meg Hickey
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Higashi Stanton and Shirley Hooper Tom and Liz Hoover Horrigan Farms, Inc. Hoyt Family Greg and Susan Huckabee Randy Hurst Bill † and Susana Huston Dr. and Mrs. William P. Ilgen Incremental Systems Corporation Inland Orthopaedics of Spokane, PS Interleaf, Incorporated J. Jamaw L.P. Doyle W. Jacklin Duane and Susan Jacklin Jacklin Investments, L.P. Jack and Kitty Jacobs Jerome and Vicki Jager Mike and Linda Jensen Helen John Foundation Frank and Maureen † Johnson Eileen (Robertson) Johnston Ina Johnston † George † and Shari Kain Kaiser Aluminum Fabricated Products Melvin Kays † Don and Mary Kayser William V. Kelley † John and Pat Kelly Dr. Arthur E. Kennedy Klaue Family Foundation Roy and Violet Knott † KPFF Consulting Engineers KPMG Foundation Stanton and Jeanie Kramer Gregory Kunz Dwayne † and Rosemary (Dempsey) Lane Milton J. Langlois Dr. Anna M. Ledgerwood Bernie and Mafalda Levernier David M. Lincoln Joseph A. Lincoln, Jr. Pauline M. Love and Michael Love Mike and Reneé Lucarelli Joseph M. Lynch Elizabeth A. Lynn Foundation John and Phyllis † MacKenzie Macon Foundation Kevin and Christine Malone Thomas and Jean Malott † John E. Manders Foundation Douglas and Kathrine Mantyla Esther Mark † Marsh Maryknoll Korea Region Bob and Barb Materne John and Alice-Marie Maughan † Robert and Shannon McCambridge Helen McDonald † Anonymous in memory of Anita L. (Sherar) McKee Frank A. McMahon † Dr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Meighan William E. † and JoAnn Mick Larry Miller Mike and Mary Moloney Moloney + O’Neill John and Lori Moloney, Jr. John and Melinda Moynier Dan and Joyce Murphy Joseph and Muriel Murphy † Mike and Muffy Murphy Tim and Denny † Murphy Timothy Murphy Tom and Joyce Murphy Michael Myers and Carole Rolando John C. Nevin Trust John † and Frances Nitkey Wes † and Mary Lee (Toepel) Nuxoll
William and Monica O’Connell † Bill and Betty † Ogle Olivetti North America, Inc. Richard and Margaret O’Neill † R. E. ‘Eddie’ Page † Ruth Patchen Estate Joel and Karen Pearl Ruth H. Pearson Ethel Peasley † Joseph and Alice Peirone † PEMCO Foundation, Inc Dr. and Mrs. Otto J. Penna † Thomas Perko † Arnold and Sarah Peterson Jim and Rosemary Peterson Pfizer Bill and Michelle Pohlad Bonita and Andrew † Polich Mike and Betty (Onley) Pontarolo Stephen N. Pope Estate Ed and Helen Prevol † Dr. Carlos and Chris Prietto Jim and Marilyn Prince Qwest Foundation The Hon. and Mrs. Philip M. Raekes Rauenhorst Family Foundation Mark and Barbara Ray Red Lion Hotels Paul and Barbara Redmond Norma and Wendell Reed Foundation Research Corporation for Science Advancement Renee R. Reuther Catherine Rhodes Estate Dennis T. and Kathryn (Cullen) Richardson, Sr. John and Mary Pat Rickman Doug and Kathleen Rivard Bill Roach † Kerm and Fran Rudolf † Lowell and Kathleen Ruen James M. and Lillian Ryan † Lance and Melissa Sadler Safeco Insurance Companies Ron and Mary † (Meighan) Sagerson Salem Foundation John and Rita Santillanes SCAFCO Corporation Michael and Carol Schimmels Steve and Tresa Schmautz Jerry and Sue Schwalbach Mary Schweitzer The Seattle Foundation Seattle University Ron and Sara Seubert Joseph M. Shabaz Estate David and Linda Shea Shell Oil Company Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith, Sr. † Spokane Food Services, Inc. Spokane Produce SprayCool, Inc. The Standard Trust Pete and Denise Stanton Mary Constance Stanton Estate Charles H. and Diane Steilen Jim and Liz Stewart Shannon Stiltner Charles H. Stolz † Lawrence B. Stone Irene Strachen Charitable Trust Dr. D. Michael and Mrs. Geraldine A. (O’Melveny) Strong Stuart Foundation Jonas and Cheryl Stutzman Patrick and Diane Sullivan The Swinging Doors Sysco Spokane, Inc. Teagle Foundation
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Tektronix, Inc. Telect, Inc. John Thomas Jill and Thatcher Thompson Charles A. and Helen Tilford † Dr. Diane (Ballard) Timberlake and Todd Timberlake John and Ann (Bramstedt) Timm Toillion Pediatric Dentistry Terry and T.J. Tombari James and Sheryl Tomlinson Robert and Corrine Tomlinson Dorothea B. Townsend † Mike and Mimi Tucci Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Verizon Foundation Ray Vollert Sam and Emily Volpentest † Nicholas and Karen (Lindsay) Warrick Washington State Mentors Charlie and Kathy Watson The Welch Foundation, Inc. Peter † and Carol Welk Wells Fargo Foundation Denise G. and Norman E. Wells, Jr. Patrick Wilson Estate Wollenberg Foundation David and Terry Wollersheim Women Helping Women Fund Jim and Joyce † Workland Peggy and John Worthing Thomas Wynecoop † Mr. John T. Yeats † Zak Designs
$50,000 - $99,999 (Cumulative) Anonymous A.M. Landshaper, Inc. Accenture Foundation, Inc. Acme Materials & Construction Company Lawrence D. Acre Estate Carol Albright † George I. Alden Trust Elinor and Mary † Alfano Aluminum Products, Inc. American Express Foundation Tom Anderl Matt and Eleanor Andersen Gregory and Carol Anderson Ken and Sue Anderson Edith L. Anderson Estate Henry R. and Lucy Anderson † The Harlan E. Anderson Foundation Ted and Elisabeth Angell Gene and Carol Annis Patricia Anselmi Sheryl Anthony Stephen Anthony Archdiocese of Seattle ARCO Foundation Associated General Contractors of America Atlantis Resort SPE Limited Joey and Norma August † Jim † and Joyce Aylward Gilbert W. Baker † Tom and Eileen Barbieri Barrier West, Inc. The Baruch Foundation Basic Resources, Inc John A. and Nancy A. (Scott) Battilega Jason and Kristen (Beaulaurier) Bay Benevity Fred E. and Paula Bevegni BeyondTrust Software, Inc.
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Black Rock Realty, Marshall Chesrown and Roger Nelson Kevin Blanchat Dr. and Mrs. James Brasch Bobby and Cathleen Brett Mike and Marj Brewer Charles Brink The Brink Foundation James F. and Helen Brown Hervy and Florence Brulotte † Tim and Margaret Bruya BSC Engineered Systems Loren and Janell Burke Joe and Mary Ann (Schultheis) Busch Byrd Real Estate Group, LLC Joe and Sharon (McDonald) Cade 1976 The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Mark and Kathy (Evoy) Casey Catholic Communication Campaign Century 21 - Beutler & Associates Century Link Mary Pat (Theiler) Cheng Chevron U.S.A., Inc. David and Jill (Legel) Christiansen Norton Clapp † John R. Clark † and The Hon. Ellen K. Clark Harriet Clarke † John and Mary S. Close † Coca-Cola Foundation Harold W. Coffin † Coffman Engineers Marvel Collins Estate James and Norah (Flannery) Comerford Dr. John and Carolu Condon † Walter and Donna Conn Charitable Foundation Thomas and Katherine F. (Huhtanen) Connors Consumer Auto Liquidators Reanette Cook Estate David and Melody Coombs Jim and Harvelyn (Cornwell) Cooney Coopers & Lybrand Alberta Corkery † Daniel and Susan Corkery Albert and June Corrado † Emmett J. Corrigan † Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Coughlin † and Family Mike and Stacy Covey Marie Crabtree † Pat and Jean Craigen † Terri Crum Dr. W. Dale Crum, DDS Alea Culpepper Gary Culpepper Dr. Arrah Curry and Marlene Livingston Curry Cypress Advantage Dr. Barbara Daniels Vern Davidson † Dick † and Vickie Davis Walter and Denise Day Brad and Pam (McNally) DeCounter Armand and Joy DeFelice Delay, Curran, Thompson & Pontarolo, PS The Luino and Margaret Dell’Osso Family Foundation Deloitte & Touche LLP Dr. Frank DeLuca and Paula Hawks- DeLuca Billy and Joan Dinsdale Victor † and Diana DiPietro William and Kathleen (McFarland) Dobner Philip and Mary Dolan † Francisco and Teresa Dominguez Patrick † and Leonore Doody Joseph M. and Mary (Kinzer) Doohan Mary Dore †
Fred H. and Mary S. Dore Charitable Foundation Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation Kevin and Jackie Driscoll Isabel d’Urbal † EFI Consulting, Inc. Walter and Kathy Egger Empire Health Services Engeo Incorporated Engineered Control Systems Gregory and Dana Erigero Richard † and Marjorie Ettinger Dr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Ewell Expeditors International of Washington, Inc. FAB Ventures, LLC George and Janet Fague Dennis M. Fazzari Felice Law Offices John and Dee Fery I.S. & Emily C. Fetterman Foundation Marion Finucane † James and Frances Flanagan † James J. and Sharon (McMaster) Flynn Neal and Helen Fosseen † Rick and Joan Fox Brian Frampton and Megan Lynn Isenhower Frampton Barbara and Jay Fritz Foundation Jim and Margel Gallagher Daniel J. Galligan Mark and Leslie Ganz Dr. and Mrs. Tom Gardner Willy and Michelle Geary The Gee Foundation General Electric Foundation Jim and Dodie Gerding Gleason-Skok Foundation Bill and Connie Glynn Kenneth and Beryl Goodchild Ed and Candy (Jones) Gormley James M. Grady James W. Grant † Greater Gonzaga Guild Bill † and Norma Grismer Guardian Life Insurance Co. Dorothy E. Guild † Michael and Samantha Guthrie The Hon. and Mrs. Richard P. Guy Edmund, Blanche, and Flora Hamel Estate Dave and Susan Hamer Harry J. Hanley † Patrick and Marilyn Hanley George D. and Debbie Hansen Harold and Mary Anne † Hartinger Stephen Haskell James Hasson Doug and Tracy Hauff Dr. Terry L. Haws † Michael T. Hayes John † and Mary Heath, Jr. Patrick and Patricia Heffernan The Bernice Heffernan Family Foundation John Heily Henningsen Cold Storage Co. Herak Enterprises, Incorporated Dr. and Mrs. Kenji Higuchi Hildebrand-Pease Estates Rick and Nina Hofmeister Household International Edward and Marie Hughes † Itron, Inc. Mike and Lisa (Millison) Janicki Lon and Becky Jasper Jensen Distribution Services Dennis and Katharine Jorgensen Michael and Lynn Joseph Joseph Family Foundation
The Joyce Foundation K - L Manufacturing Company, Inc. Bob and Ginny Kane Margel Foote Kaufman Dan and Margaret † Keefe Carolyn S. Kelly Kevin J. Kenneally Key Tronic Corporation James and Mary Anne (Metcalfe) King King Beverage, Inc. Dale and Graciela Kingman Dr. Ferdinand and Dorothy Knechtel † Dr. John and Gayle (Keenan) Kohls † John † and Pat Korn Jeff † and Shelly Kuney Jane M. (Dore) Kuper Arlene E. LaMasters Estate Annemarie Lambert † William N. Lampson & Family The Land Company, LLC Dwayne Lane’s Chrysler Plymouth Bill Laughlin Frank and Ethel Lenzie † Jack and Helen Leonard Levernier-Shea Construction Company James and Geraldine (Flaim) Lewis Klaus and Rita Liebelt Keene and Barbara Little Richard † and Noreen (Geiss) Littman George and Nancy Lobisser Lena Longo David and Cyndi Lucke Lydig Construction Company Dr. Michael Mallea and Dr. Maureen Kim Lynch Patricia J. Malone Estate Dick Manning and Jen Gouge Rocco and Barbara Martino The Rocco and Barbara Martino Foundation Richard and Cheri Mast Virginia Maughan Estate Mary M. Mauro † Edmund F. Maxwell Foundation Florence McCormack † Robert McCormick † Pamela S. McKinzie-Lewis Roy and Patricia McLaren Richard McWilliams Estate Rev. Thomas J. Meersman Trust Merck Company Foundation Merrill Lynch Jo Merwin John and Guelda Messina Yale Metzger and Susan Richmond John and Janet † Moffitt Jim and Jean Moore Mary Jo Moore Tatsuo Moriyasu † Bill Murphy † Chuck and Linda † Murphy Michael and Jadine Murphy Della Murray † MW Consulting Engineers National Asphalt Paving Association Cajer and Jamie Neely NetManage Katherine Neupert Margaret M. Nigro † Nike, Inc. Nordstrom, Inc. Northern Quest Casino Northwest Area Foundation NWR Inc. Robert W. and Maureen A. O’Brien James F. and Sharon O’Connell Pete and Wilma Olsen Foundation Donald and Joan Olson Coletta O’Meara † Frank and Barb O’Neill
The Class of 2016
undergraduate, graduate and law degrees • 1,146 bachelor’s degrees • 752 master’s degrees • 112 law degrees • 15 doctorates
The Class of 2019
first-year students, fall 2015, the largest entering class in the University’s history
NEW DEGREES Computer Science and Computational Thinking (starting Fall 2016)
Bachelor of Integrated Arts Master of Business Administration in Taxation
Opus Prize Foundation The Oregon Community Foundation Jack and Kathy Ossello Pacific Security William A. and Dara K. Paine Pape Material Handling, Inc. John and Janis Parente Paul and Mary Jane (Hidaka) Patterson Patterson Buchanan Fobes and Leitch, Inc, PS Joel Pearl & Associates, LLC Pearson Packaging Systems David and Dorothy Pierce Trust David and Teri Pool Charles H. and Nancy Porter John Preston Procter & Gamble Fund Protosoft The Prudential Foundation Ron † and Georgia Lee Puryear John and Gail Quigg Family Don F. and Darlene Raftis Rainbow Racing System Inc. Gary and Sharon Randall Les and Clara Randall † Raytheon Company Laurent Regimbal † D. Michael and Trea Reilly Mike and Judy (Yeend) Reilly David and Cathleen Reisenauer Clare (Kolloch) Rice † Scott and Mary Richards Elizabeth and Clyde Ries Patrick J. and Laura (Martin) Riley Irene Ringwood The Hon. and Mrs. J. Justin Ripley Gordon and Doris June Ripple † Helen B. Ripple Robbins Company Steven and Lori Robinson Richard and Deborah (Gaebe) Roccanova R.N. Roccanova, D.D.S., P.L.L.C. John and Mary Roche James and Jean Roeber David and Maureen Rorick † Jim and Lin Roscoe Ron and Shelley Rosenberger Paul and Gretchen † Roth Frank and Jan Rotondo † Richard and Garldine Rudisile James and Marilyn Sachtjen Sahlin Foundation Eric and Lea Sandberg Ward and Jacqueline Sandberg Santillanes & Sellers LLC Dr. and Mrs. Lester R. Sauvage † Dick and Karen Sayre SBC Foundation Shirley Schapler Peter and Jocelyn Schultz Irene Schumaker Estate Virginia A. Schurra Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Jim and Novia Seabeck † Seabury and Smith Marsh Dale Sebo David and Leslie Seidner Bill Shanks Thomas N. Sharp Jay and Jan Shaw Katherine E. Shaw † Fred Shelton † Burton Sheppard and Kathleen Magnuson Sheppard Bill and Catherine Shiel Dick and Thalia Shorett Chuck † and Rojean Siljeg Edward T. Simkins † Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Skinner Gene and Merrilu (Silva) Sloboda
Jim † and Margaret Solan Mark and Valerie Sonderen Rev. Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D. Spokane Machinery Company St. Joseph’s Ambulance Service, Inc. Steve and Genene Staats Jonathan and Michele Staben Al and Lois † Stadtmueller Philip † and Margretta Stanton Jeff Steffan Veronica Steffan Steffens Foundation Bartholomew † and Sarah Stevens Stevens, Clay, and Manix P.S. Ivan and Marlene Stewart George J. Struble † Robert and Cecilia Stuckart † Tim and Debbie Stulc Suntoya Corporation Swig Foundation Dave and Kathleen Taylor Teck Cominco American, Inc. George and Gina Thompson Terry and Molly Thompson Alice Tietgen † Timmco Insurance, Inc. Ernest and Greta Toll † Tomlinson Real Estate Group James and Debbie Topliff David and Joan Traylor David D. Traylor, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Triesch † Tucci & Sons, Inc. Jeff Turner and Susan Rauenhorst Turner JS Turner Family Foundation Dick and Patricia Twiss The U.S. Charitable Gift Trust Umpqua Bank United Way of Benton and Franklin Counties The United Way of the Bay Area The Unova Foundation Albert Unrecht † The UPS Foundation Edward R. Van Vliet Steven and Laurette Van Voorhis † Vandervert Construction Inc. Russ and Carole VanderWilde Jerry and Donna Vermillion Paul and Mary Vogelheim Sam R. and Mary M. Volpentest The Hon. Bob † and Diane Waitt Bob and Deloris Waldron Washington Mutual Foundation Washington Mutual Savings Bank Washington State Bar Association Washington Trust Bank Financial Corporation Steven and Dawn Watts Wells Fargo Wells Fargo & Co. Stan and Gina Welsh Elizabeth Welty Robert and Michele Wendel Kenneth Wenham Kevin P. and Jennifer L. (Prince) West Western States Asphalt Inc. Mildred Weston † Ken Wilkinson and Kari Sowa Cary M. Williams Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. Katharine Witter Brindley and Ralph Brindley Jason W. and Heather M. (Kampp) Wolff Bill and Liz (Curry) Wrigglesworth Lee and Barbara Wright Chris and Lisa Wrolstad John and Jane Zanol George and Mary Zeller † The Stephen Zimmer Family
MAJOR BENEFACTORS LEADERSHIP CIRCLE ANNUAL CONTRIBUTORS The following donors are part of Gonzaga’s Leadership Circle and have made gifts of $50,000 or more to the 2016 Annual Campaign (June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2016). These contributions help various programs, initiatives and infrastructures at the University run efficiently. See gonzaga.edu/HonorRoll for a comprehensive listing of Leadership Circle benefactors.
$1,000,000 and above Anonymous John Hemmingson Smithmoore P. and Sandy Sandulo– Myers Trust Mary Owens Shanahan Living Trust Pat and Sandy Volkar Miss Myrtle E. Woldson†
$500,000-$999,999 Wolff Family Foundation Angie and Irv Zakheim
$250,000-$499,999 Brockman Charitable Trust Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Mark, Marsha and Stephanie Hierbaum Christine M. Hogan The Hogan Family Foundation, Inc. John and Deborah Holleran Howard Hughes Medical Institute Lilly Endowment, Inc. David and Christina Lynch The David and Christina Lynch Foundation Maureen McCarthey Phil and Sandy McCarthey Sarah McCarthey Tom and Mary McCarthey, Jr. McCarthey Family Foundation Lewis H. and Jacqueline M. Orland Living Trust Donald Powelson Estate The Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Sodexo Services Tom and Camilla Tilford Fritz and Jeanie Wolff
$100,000-$249,999 Esther Louise Barton Estate The Dauna Leigh Bauer Foundation Ann Baumann Trust Todd Brinkmeyer and Angela Marozzo Rebecca Cates Donna Conn W & D Conn Charitable Unitrust Gerri Craves Hank and Norma Crawford Don and Va Lena (Scarpelli) Curran Budd and Kathy Gould Robert and Denise Greco Mary and Tom Herche Kasco of Idaho, LLC The Kern Family Foundation, Inc. Christy and Mike Larsen
Charlotte Martin Foundation Bob and Sandy McConkey William E. † and JoAnn Mick Scott and Lizbeth (Tomich) Morris Angelo and Phyllis Mozilo The Phyllis and Angelo Mozilo Family Foundation Guy J. and Madeline A. Ossello Terry Payne James S. and Margaret K. Randall Charitable Fund Jim and Maggie Randall Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation The Standard Trust
$50,000-$99,999 Anonymous Matt and Eleanor Andersen Hilario and Karen Arguinchona Atlantis Resort SPE Limited Benevity The Boeing Company Fred and Leslie Brown Stevie (Cada) Burke Mary Pat (Theiler) Cheng Walter and Donna Conn Charitable Foundation Jim and Terry Coombes Costco Wholesale Nancy C. Driscoll Bart and Hilke Gallant Mark and Leslie Ganz George and Theresa Gee The Gee Foundation Clark H. Gemmill Ray and Eleanor Grannis Horrigan Foundation, Inc. Hoyt Family Independent Colleges of Washington Don and Marilyn Jans Bob and Alice Jepson Johnson Scholarship Foundation Johnston-Fix Foundation Johnston-Hanson Foundation Noreen (Geiss) Littman Colleen Magnuson † H.F. Magnuson Family Foundation, Inc. Robert and Claire McDonald The McDonald Opportunity Scholars and Work Awards Program Microsoft Corporation NWR Inc. The Odell Fund Bill and Michelle Pohlad The Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation The Reinig Charitable Fund Steven and Lori Robinson John and Nancy Rudolf Shirley Schapler Ron and Sara Seubert Nancy and Penn Siegel Rev. Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D. Lawrence B. Stone Jill and Thatcher Thompson Gregory and Tristin (Tate) Tomlinson James and Sheryl Tomlinson Richard and Kelli Tomlinson Mike and Mary Jo (McKinnon) Tucci Laurette Van Voorhis Estate Bob and Deloris Waldron Washington Trust Bank Ken Wilkinson and Kari Sowa Katharine Witter Brindley and Ralph Brindley
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ENDOWMENTS AND LIFE INCOME FUND BALANCES Fair Market Value as of May 31, 2016 and 2015 (funds greater than $20,000 listed by name).
GENERAL SUPPORT Fred E. and Venora E. Bigelow $ 683,438 $ 669,089 Christine Bozarth * 96,121 102,165 Class of ‘64 22,508 23,923 John H. Collins 123,883 131,673 John W. Dunne, S.J. 50,651 53,836 Otto J. Eckel 97,335 103,456 Eleanor Miller/Welch Foundation 87,839 93,362 Minneapolis 41,158 43,746 Jake Schiffner 213,335 226,750 Anonymous/Other 2,698,783 2,868,433 Total General Support $ 4,115,051 $ 4,316,434 RESTRICTED ENDOWMENTS PROGRAM SUPPORT
Arts and Sciences Suzanne Margaret Charlton Faculty Development $ 38,963 $ 41,413 Faculty Enrichment 80,470 85,530 Anna Marie Ledgerwood 178,713 182,089 Dallas E. Stroschein Memorial 42,184 42,274 Athletics 41,919 43,103 Athletic Academic Center Lou Barbieri 126,714 134,682 Josh Burrows 24,551 22,110 George Corkery, Jr. Men’s Rowing 73,994 78,647 George Corkery, Jr. Women’s Rowing 73,994 78,647 Cross Country and Track 98,775 21,047 Robert Greco Family 197,443 203,640 McCarthey Athletic Compensation 1,138,650 1,210,251 Men’s Basketball 896,704 936,932 Scott and Liz Morris 116,836 124,182 Hubie and Colleen Randall 1,162,822 1,031,446 David and Cathleen Reisenauer Family 31,617 32,185 Leonard and Evelyn Riley 34,955 37,153 Rudolf Family 48,027 45,984 Jonathan and Michele Staben 93,784 96,364 Jacob Triesch 87,351 92,844 J.W. and Karen Webb Family 46,083 44,871 Anonymous/Other 83,797 86,657
University Ministry Cardoner Retreat 64,060 68,089 Rebecca Cates and Family 468,437 469,546 Rhoady and Jean Marie Lee Retreat 31,155 33,114 Liebelt Family 53,553 52,039 Ministry for Life 112,865 114,562 Robert J. Spitzer, S.J. Leadership 1,199,558 1,151,491 Other Programs Andrade Family Outdoor Orientation 177,557 188,722 Class of 1999 Diversity 31,122 33,026 Doctoral Leadership Diversity 18,975 20,168 Arthur L. Dussault, S.J. Foundation * 2,000,948 2,126,772 1st Lt. Forrest P. Ewens Award 71,546 74,122 Michael and Gail Gurian English Award 30,196 32,095 Hierbaum Family 198,808 0 Hogan Program 63,223 62,429 Robert V. Lyons, Yvonne E. Lyons, Eileen E. Lyons, and Robert V. Lyons, Jr., S.J. Jesuit Academic and Administrative Services 1,214,697 1,285,744 Mission 51,820 54,070 John W. Murphy 605,044 643,090 Dr. Kay Nakamaye Research Award 78,563 76,753 Sodexo: Cataldo Operations 53,436 56,796 Anonymous/Other 64,483 65,902 Gonzaga Law School Foundation 91,912 99,372 John R. Clark Loan Repayment Assistance Program Harvey and Harriet Clarke Fund for Professionalism and Ethics 335,948 357,073 Marvel Collins 68,211 72,500 Gonzaga Center for Law and Justice 73,964 78,615 The Hon. Richard and Lynn Guy Fund for Public Interest Law 82,015 81,789 Law Foundation Scholar 549,494 584,047 Linden Cup 92,306 98,111 Verne and Mary Oliver 45,474 48,333 Norman and Rita Roberts Faculty Research Fund 501,360 532,886 $ 18,324,134 $ 18,580,105 Total Program Support
Acme $ 48,415 $ 51,459 Lawrence D. Acre 194,867 207,121 Alaska Regional 40,180 42,049 Alberta 182,901 193,874 676,218 Henry and Lucy Anderson 57,655 61,281 36,150 Gayle Andrews 34,741 36,926 Richard Angotti Family 28,927 30,746 132,308 Anthony’s 373,589 362,684 295,367 Apregan Family 39,180 41,643 173,910 Tony Arguinchona Memorial 125,807 132,082 Arkison 33,956 35,529 Community Service Geraldine F. Arnold * 2,638,988 2,804,123 CCASL Mentoring Programs 131,207 134,083 Athletic Director 496,234 508,292 Conrad N. Hilton Community Service 261,285 277,716 Paul A. Baldy Memorial 48,797 51,126 Engineering Robert B. Bargen, S.J. 110,066 116,987 Gene J. Colin and Susan M. Janus Clarence H. Barnes 229,986 244,448 Engineering Management 105,553 112,191 Clarence H. Barnes Legacy * 1,285,946 1,334,884 Engineering Design Exposition Day/SCAFCO 107,032 113,763 Charles A. and Dolores A. Barry Memorial 289,164 307,347 Don and Carol Herak Engineering Faculty Development 174,846 185,840 Dr. Robert L. “Bob” Bartlett 30,788 31,774 Ken Norrie Faculty Development 125,334 133,215 Kenneth Baugh 30,364 32,274 James T. and Eleanor B. Weston 26,675 28,169 Bayer Corporation 37,526 39,885 Joseph N. Behrens 19,001 20,196 Gonzaga-in-Florence Ronald Albert and Marilyn (Miller) Benson Family 46,687 41,454 Fr. Joseph Conwell Fund for Italian Immersion 133,434 140,644 Gerald M. Berger (‘57) 379,718 382,922 GIF Class of 1977-78 Memorial Travel 20,222 19,618 Fred and Paula Bevegni 71,010 73,152 Gonzaga-in-Florence 109,216 115,645 Martin P. Blum 34,116 36,261 Simon and Darcy Manning Florence Traveling 39,209 41,675 Boise Regional 30,913 32,737 E. Thomas Martin Gonzaga-in-Florence 192,466 204,568 Bonanzino Family 31,013 32,963 “To Be Continued” 610,241 648,615 Erma A. Bonge 114,114 121,290 Music Frank and Sharon Bouten 114,616 121,823 28,582 30,379 Choir Tour Helen Brach Foundation 189,136 200,771 Wasmer Music 30,705 32,636 Daniel G. Brajcich 2,566,543 2,707,665 Anonymous/Other 13,545 14,397 Brian Brett Memorial 85,435 90,226 Mike (‘52) and Marj Brewer Family 94,927 97,897 Student Aid Fred L. and Olivia C. Briggs 94,441 97,834 Fred E. and Venora E. Bigelow 1,025,157 1,003,634 Herb, Margaret, Greg, and Evelyn (Edsall) Briggs 42,718 45,404 Gonzaga University Completion 51,561 50,451 Leo J. Brockman 410,587 0 Herche Family 326,902 345,549 Brophy College Preparatory 215,242 170,860 Horrigan Foundation 133,548 140,494 Linda McKay Clark 51,233 44,910
Business Clarence H. Barnes Faculty Fellowship 201,953 Clarence H. Barnes Legacy Faculty Fellowship and Academic Enhancement * 665,609 Business Faculty Enrichment 34,012 Gerard V. and Debora Centioli Faculty Fellowship for Excellence in Business Education 124,481 Loeken Faculty/Staff Recognition 282,462 Alvin J. Wolff 168,591
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* See also Quasi-Endowment
Brotherly Order of Yo-Yos 173,412 159,689 Mr. and Mrs. Hervy Brulotte 75,330 80,067 Carl A. and Carla M. Buck Memorial 57,265 60,866 Christopher and Mary Ann Bulger Family 151,852 155,777 Paul Buller 38,384 40,162 Bob and Stevie Burke 285,880 293,447 Mary Fahay Busch 91,065 96,792 Carl and Mary Bushue 37,298 0 Butler Family 96,746 92,443 Judy and Bruce Butler Family 110,000 116,917 Molly and Stewart Butler 144,337 142,613 Michael J. Byrne and Richard Spils Memorial 94,584 100,254 Joseph F. and Sharon M. Cade (‘76) 87,391 91,887 Dennis A. and Peggy M. Calfee 129,354 131,331 California 398,871 423,437 Callahan-Zeller Foundation 103,487 108,920 John E. Cannon, Sr. 441,862 468,591 C. Pat Carroll, S.J. 226,554 233,692 Clifford A. Carroll, S.J. 232,088 246,682 J. Alfred Carroll, S. J. 33,838 17,720 Leslie M. Carroll 230,420 244,910 Marguerite M. and Henry J. Casey * 6,131,151 6,516,691 Dr. Robert J. and Thelma Rose Casey 173,163 172,353 Joseph M. Cataldo, S.J. * 485,693 516,234 Alma and Gill A. Centioli 290,063 308,303 Chair’s Scholar 200,361 199,627 Challenge Fund 50,000 55,000 Henri P. Charvet, S.J. 40,895 43,467 Harry E. Chisholm 105,475 112,108 Class of ‘79 58,396 61,011 Class of 1998 30,401 32,022 Robert and Ramona Clavel 52,630 31,043 Clawson Family 28,892 29,860 Beverly J. Clegg Memorial 242,191 257,420 William and Virginia Clemens/Del Skillingstad, S.J. 996,606 1,059,275 Coca-Cola Foundation 68,931 73,239 S. Earl Cochran Memorial 34,362 36,523 Coffman Engineers 69,242 73,596 James E. Collins, Jr. 56,013 59,535 Comstock Foundation * 806,070 856,757 Dr. James R. and Bridget Condon 55,873 59,386 Francis W. Conn, S.J. Memorial 762,869 759,018 Walter J. and Donna F. Conn 1,508,909 1,392,483 Daryl and Michele Connell 236,779 241,103 John P. Connors, M.D. Memorial 107,274 114,019 Lawrence F. (‘27, ‘29) and Kathleen Connolly 132,834 141,187 Teresita Coombes Trinity 207,409 206,344 George and Pearl Corkery 432,933 460,157 Paul Corkery, S.J. and Francis Corkery, S.J. (‘26) 30,907 32,850 COSTCO 699,076 691,352 Bartley and Catherine Costello 63,668 65,035 Cote-Mangold-Quiamzon Memorial 22,205 21,426 Coughlin Family 175,841 184,132 Marie M. Crabtree 45,132 47,970 C. Pat and Jean Craigen 66,006 70,156 Colonel John E. Crandall 24,758 26,314 Bing Crosby Memorial 52,199 55,481 James and Elizabeth Cummins 72,983 77,572 Charles Henry Davis 995,951 1,058,579 Donald Davis, S.J. 30,548 30,173 Jim and Raeceil Day 40,120 41,115 Richard J. DeBlieck 222,755 186,437 DeFeyter Family 93,461 99,338 Emile “Daniel” de la Mar Memorial 31,848 0 Dell ‘Osso Family 358,470 378,428 Robert and Evelyn Dieringer 140,932 149,794 Richard W. Dillman Memorial 34,479 28,748 William R. and Kathleen A. (McFarland) Dobner 54,293 53,481 Drs. Albert and Isaslawa Dresner 56,125 59,655 Theodore Dreyer Memorial 24,366 25,898 Driessel Family 1,544,064 1,616,008 Lawrence E. Duffy 596,795 634,323 Walter W. Duncan Memorial 222,642 236,642 John (‘26) and Isabel d’Urbal 105,448 112,079 Durkan Family 37,277 39,621 William Earl Edmonds 210,011 223,217 Ehorn 22,356 23,762 John Wiltsie Epton, Jr. 100,390 106,604 Mary Olson Fairhurst Memorial 28,817 27,891 Dennis M. Fazzari 28,480 27,905 I. S. and Emily C. Fetterman 66,190 67,711 W. Brooks and Martha Fields 594,889 632,297 Charles C. Finucane 93,754 99,650
John and Mary Ann Firkins Memorial 53,146 54,200 Patrick J. Ford, S.J. 179,190 189,980 Neal and Helen Fosseen 28,160 29,931 A. O. and Evelyn Foster 147,760 157,052 Richard and Orlanta Franck 526,454 559,559 Roger and Marian Fruci 40,254 40,143 Joe P. and Joan L. Gagliardi Family 33,016 35,092 Maurice Gales 450,271 143,080 John A. Galligan and William F. Donnelly 54,716 52,874 Garco (Athletic) 411,407 437,277 Garco (Civil Engineering) 163,798 174,098 J. W. Garrity 19,230 20,439 George and Theresa Gee Family 410,584 391,582 Gelli Family 47,541 45,688 Gemmill Family 182,716 162,506 General Memorial 56,159 59,691 Terry and Kim Gieber 25,804 27,427 Gilbert Family 44,267 47,051 Robert J. Gillingham, S.J. 214,676 228,022 Sally Ann Glynn Memorial 63,614 62,331 Gonzaga-in-Florence Class of 1983-84 42,314 31,817 John and Alvin Gordon 24,104 25,619 Ed and Candy Gormley 91,440 97,190 Graduate School of Business 105,316 111,939 Jim and Michelle Grady 48,979 52,059 George and Marianne Grant (Basketball) 235,559 250,371 George and Marianne Grant (Engineering) 233,509 248,192 Grasham 29,159 28,196 Josef and Stephany Gray 175,867 182,896 Grays Harbor 92,366 88,079 Mark A. Gresbrink 45,705 45,705 George and Anita Grismer 91,152 96,357 GU Bay Area - Via and Bruno 28,561 30,336 J. Francis Gubbins, S.J. 1,146,284 1,217,152 J. Francis Gubbins, S.J. (Native American) 51,380 54,611 Dorothy E. Guild 89,630 95,266 Roger K. Guise Memorial 122,338 125,772 Herschel R. and Mary R. Gustafson 116,766 124,109 Larry L. Guthrie in honor of Gertrude O. Guthrie 228,208 242,558 Joseph T. and Patricia P. Hall 240,426 255,545 Marjory Halvorson 48,720 51,783 Bob and Donna Hanson Family 132,807 130,626 Erik W. Hanson Memorial 177,896 189,082 Fred L. and Elizabeth J. Hanson 704,367 664,136 Haws 131,121 139,367 William Randolph Hearst 513,983 546,304 Heffernan Family 105,989 107,625 John J. Hemmingson 944,073 954,311 Tim Henning Memorial 29,023 30,583 Carol L. Herak 258,502 274,757 Herres-Munroe 86,838 87,016 Hersholt Family 35,746 37,994 William and Ruth Hertz 38,155 38,402 Mallene and Hans Herzog 31,343 31,702 Hiki No 29,116 28,154 Mr. and Mrs. John Hildebrand 29,443 31,295 Conrad N. Hilton 461,250 490,254 Daniel P. Hogan, Jr. Family 255,137 270,861 Hooker Creek Ranch 609,075 647,375 Stanton Hooper Family 117,616 134,768 Hoover Family 214,245 94,477 Dr. Dennis R. and Sandra W. Horn 49,491 46,880 Judge Bert Horrigan Memorial 132,232 140,547 Humphreys Entrepreneurial 45,532 48,725 W. P. Ilgen 148,659 148,449 LTC. James P. Isenhower, Jr. 37,720 29,586 J “n” M Memorial 323,255 343,582 Kathryn A. Jacklin Memorial * 47,200 44,794 Janicki Family 57,113 60,704 Thomas Jefferson 233,359 224,259 Dr. and Mrs. Edward S. Jennings Memorial 114,898 122,123 Diane and Ted Johnson 194,666 206,907 Roy J. Johnson Memorial 1,304,077 1,386,080 Eric A. Johnston 390,670 387,237 Ina H. Johnston 411,174 437,030 Kaiser Aluminum Fabricated Products 435,723 463,122 Albert A. Kelly Memorial 159,865 169,918 John P. and Dorothy C. Kelly 315,132 334,949 Anna and Edward J. Kennedy 79,992 85,023 Duff and Dorothy Kennedy Memorial 1,792,167 1,904,863 Joseph R. Keys 520,970 553,730 Dale and Graciela Kingman 49,567 44,418 REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT 2016
Henry and Margaret Kinzer Violet and Roy Knott Dr. John J. Kohls Memorial Mr. and Mrs. John D. Konlock Dr. Benjamin C. Koreski John and Patricia Korn Jacob J. and Anna Clara (Voggenthaler) Kuch Judge Albert I. Kulzer Memorial Lampson Family/Father Tony Lehmann Milton F., Leona G. (Kuch), and Milton J. Langlois (‘60) Family Louie H. and Donna M. Lapke James and Nina Larkin Memorial Charles and Margaret Larson Law School Daniel and Lisa Sue Lee Padre Lehmann/Father Regimbal Tony Lehmann, S.J. Tony J. Lehmann, S.J. Frank and Ethel Lenzie Bernard and Mafalda Levernier Family C. Maya Lit Noreen (Geiss) and Richard Littman Little Zag’s Welcome to Gonzaga Basketball Lena and Nancy Longo Elizabeth A. Lynn M. W. Consulting Engineers Edwin T. MacCamy, M.D. and Elinor McAuley MacCamy Matthew Madison Harry F. and Colleen B. Magnuson Family C. Dan Martin and C. Y. Martin * Charlotte Martin Foundation Michael C. Mathis (‘65) Michael C. Mathis Memorial Virginia Maughan Mary and Ray “Doc” Mauro McCarthey Family Philip G. McCarthey Joseph L. McCarthy Lawrence H. and Florence (Olivet) McCormack Helen C. McDonald Ivah M. McDonnell Gerald R. McFaul Memorial Jimmy McGann Dr. James G. McGivern James Francis Cardinal McIntyre Anita L. (Sherar) McKee Denver and Mary McLeod Memorial John R. “Jack” and Rose C. Meersman Alvera Brown Meighan Eleanor J. Mele Merwin Joseph C. Metcalfe Memorial John and Catherine Michels Patrick T. Mick (‘06) Jack D. Miklos Don and Betty Miller Memorial Lyle W. Moore Taka Moriyasu Tatsuo “Tex” Moriyasu Memorial Al Morisette, S.J. Moss Adams John and Melinda Moynier Angelo R. Mozilo Family Multi-Class Murphy Family: Thomas, Katherine, Monica, and William (‘32) Patrick H. and Fran Murphy Clarence and Della Murray Elaine (Morris) Myers and Patrick Morris Myette Family Jack G. and Katherine E. Neupert Memorial New Testament Studies Frank A. and Margaret M. Nigro Family John W. (‘43) and Francis (Fagan) Nitkey O’Connell Family Monica and William L. O’Connell, Jr. Memorial Charlie and Doris O’Connor Timothy J. O’Leary, S.J. Donald and Joan Olson 108 Club Montana Richard J. O’Neill Family
29,302 83,925 71,938 33,729 67,393 48,979 66,858 57,146 30,623
31,145 89,202 76,462 35,850 71,630 52,059 71,063 60,740 32,548
67,809 354,628 38,499 603,237 119,380 28,058 332,304 180,074 37,946 60,446 158,799 91,311 50,809 28,765 61,357 169,466 40,614
72,073 350,514 35,638 641,170 126,887 29,823 351,788 181,519 40,333 64,247 168,785 94,154 0 28,405 65,215 180,122 43,168
36,714 43,256 674,508 1,449,606 3,820,170 139,948 30,502 98,823 74,533 983,638 141,515 202,586 68,962 188,732 138,450 23,445 78,989 1,532,342 662,649 47,498 108,994 114,390 227,764 29,326 84,990 50,540 94,431 109,199 900,749 902,796 2,094,957 61,044 83,360 51,475 29,748 194,799 368,404 58,094
39,022 45,761 705,960 1,540,761 3,577,203 148,748 32,421 105,038 79,220 998,137 150,414 215,326 73,299 200,600 147,156 22,101 72,791 1,626,501 677,495 45,214 115,848 121,583 199,041 31,171 87,961 53,190 100,369 116,066 957,390 959,566 2,209,110 64,883 88,602 50,730 31,618 186,375 391,570 61,747
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113,063 120,173 275,892 266,756 109,905 116,816 57,175 54,129 45,667 0 69,296 73,546 31,069 33,023 466,225 495,542 145,492 154,641 49,525 50,730 153,196 162,829 1,258,773 1,337,928 54,250 57,161 41,558 42,065 60,117 62,348 82,988 88,207
2016 Michael J. Ornellas (‘66) Memorial Ossello Family Stanley J. Padden Robert “Eddie” Page Robert and Carol Palencar Pearson Family Dr. and Mrs. Otto J. Penna Perko Family Peterson Family Philosophy Phoenix Regional Megan Therese Piper (‘92) Memorial Polich Family Stephen N. Pope Portland Portland Regional Richard and Helen Powers Family Robert K. and Ann J. Powers Edward and Helen Prevol and Arlene Prevol-Koeferl Robert Prusch Wellpinit and Nespelem Marty Pujolar Susan M. Rauenhorst Turner Ravarino Mark and Barbara Ray Paul A. Redmond Paul and Barbara Redmond Regents Nucleus Cayla Reisenauer Family Edward J. and Bunny (Suva) Renouard Edward J. and Bunny (Suva) Renouard (Engineering) Gilbert and Catherine Rhodes Margaret S. Richards Memorial Richardson Family Jane Rinehart Aleck M. and Mary M. Ripple Memorial Norman and Dorita Roberts Family Robinson/Schapler Family Roche Family Jim and Jean Roeber Family Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation Roothaan David and Maureen Rorick Joseph Merton and Jessie Rosauer Family Glo E. Ross Rudisile Family Rudolf Family Kermit (‘51) and Frances Rudolf (Athletic) Kermit (‘51) and Frances Rudolf (Law) Donald R. and Kathleen P. Ryan Memorial Sachtjen Family Madeleine St. Marie Frances A. and Sam R. Salla Memorial Timothy J. Sarbaugh Megan M. (Taylor) Satchell (‘02) and Sarah J. (Taylor) Schwering (‘04) School of Business Administration Bernard A. Schons Mary L. Schons William H. Schumaker Seattle Regional Fr. Bruno Segatta Joseph M. Shabaz R. Michael and Mary (Owens) Shanahan Malcolm C. and Elizabeth M. Sharp, Sr.; Malcolm C. Sharp, Jr. and James Lauchlan Sharp, Sr. Mary Katherine Shaw Memorial Archie P. Sherar Memorial Ivan A. Shirk Paul B. Shorett Memorial Catherine Filene Shouse Dr. Robert G. Skok Harry H. and Marguerite Sladich Elmer E. Smith, Jr. Robert A. and Celeste Smith R. K. Smoldon Family Frost and Margaret Snyder Sodexo Sofka Family Blanche H. Spitzer Spokane Regional Judy Springer Memorial Staunton-Etchart Memorial
45,822 109,146 31,445 208,375 709,676 115,631 147,655 47,998 103,219 20,107 45,542 76,953 112,892 126,789 83,394 114,359 642,847 232,351 86,236 34,164 37,123 212,789 34,436 302,794 77,132 93,592 110,437 31,155 75,420 80,422 247,669 302,083 67,095 49,702 139,627 226,344 99,404 93,555 97,845 28,792 261,557 31,860 347,276 61,485 55,611 96,472 48,299 122,511 76,371 82,469 142,352 290,329 89,854
48,704 116,010 33,423 221,478 754,302 122,902 156,940 51,016 99,035 21,372 48,298 79,151 119,991 134,762 88,638 114,872 679,573 246,962 91,659 36,106 39,457 225,113 36,601 310,598 71,235 88,729 116,325 31,711 80,163 74,731 263,243 321,079 71,314 0 141,642 240,578 0 99,438 98,715 30,603 272,284 33,863 369,114 63,766 59,108 93,111 51,336 130,215 81,173 87,655 151,303 308,586 92,721
33,777 21,372 22,389 44,886 115,378 73,511 102,622 199,774 272,543
34,826 21,047 23,427 46,969 122,633 67,956 109,075 212,337 289,681
47,621 277,255 53,421 93,125 140,318 20,004 39,774 49,037 142,724 107,186 24,346 544,951 114,065 62,987 165,555 64,620 20,073 19,551
50,510 291,353 51,509 97,947 149,142 21,262 42,275 50,737 132,386 113,926 23,588 579,218 121,238 65,485 175,707 51,612 21,335 20,780
* See also Quasi-Endowment
50 or more years of giving These individuals have given to Gonzaga for 50 or more years. These generous donors have helped create the special place that Gonzaga University has been and will continue to be far into the future. The numbers in parentheses denote individual years of giving.
1939 Mrs. Gordon E. Merwin (52) 1946 Donald H. Herak (53) 1949
Mrs. Gerald R. McFaul (52) Thomas Moore † (54) Bill Ogle (55) Jim Peplinski † (52)
Ray Allen (60) Dr. John F. Comfort (50) John Dougherty (55) Bill Eng (55) Dr. Thomas H. Jones (50) Pete Suden (57)
Mrs. Richard J. Ebel (56) Mrs. Eugene R. Erigero (53) Lt. Col. (Ret.) William Gillingham (53) Gladys (Cerenzia) Peretti (50) John Seymour (53) Mrs. Robert C. Weber (53)
1953 Bill Jacobs (54) Wil Loeken (50) Raymond W. Murphy (51) 1954 Patrick Riley (54) Lester Schwaegler, Jr. (51) Elvin Vandeberg (51) 1955
Jerry Monks (50) Mike Nestor (58) Sally (Kirkpatrick) Neumann (57) Dr. Willard J. Wyman (54)
Mary Jo (Pilat) Anderson (60) Don Jans (53) Bethine J. (Hess) Kenworthy (52) Shirley A. (Duffner) Murphy (51) Marty Weber (54)
Michael A. Donlan (52) The Hon. Robert J. Doran (51) Donald Olson (55) Joseph J. Schauble (57) Gerald Shaw (50)
Mr. John H. Hanson (50) Colleen (Kane) Meighan (55) Jacob W. Meighan (55) Roger J. Roman (52) Ernie Vollmer (54)
Leo Finnegan (56) Tom Kubota (54) Paul N. Luvera (54) Sharon K. (Rusing) Roman (52) Carolyn (Magee) Schauble (57) Mrs. Harry H. Sladich † (51)
Joan (Hively) Gagliardi (52) Alex Herzog (51) Joan (Enders) Morgenstern (51) Guy Ossello (54) John Quinlan (52) Mrs. Charles Siljeg (54)
1961 Ray Kelleher (54) Ted Sivalon (51) 1964 Merrilu (Silva) Sloboda (50) 1965 Eugene D. Sloboda (50) 1977 Lita B. (Barnett) Luvera (54)
Heritage Society Gifts from the following estates were gratefully received June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2016. Esther L. Barton Leo and Mary Brockman Dr. Robert J. (’42) and Thelma Rose Casey Maurice Gales (’54) Margaret A. Hinnenkamp Melvin Kays (’59) John E. Koehler, S.J. Samuel (’40) and Gloria Lamanna Peter L. and Sadie R. Maland Patricia J. Malone (’52) Phyllis P. MacKenzie Eldred G. Mugford Smitty (’36) and Sandy Myers Patrick (’60) and Everilda Nolan Dean Lewis H. and Mrs. Jackie Orland Donald L. Powelson (‘57) Peter (’61) and Joyce St. Denis Laurette C. Van Voorhis Sally Ann Wagner Miss Myrtle E. Woldson
Steele-Reese Jeff and Veronica Steffan Steilen Family John F. Stepich Memorial Bartholomew M. and Sarah Stevens Donald L. and Lucy Ann Stoner Bill and Peggy Stordahl Matt and Brooke Sullivan Tacoma Regional Elizabeth Fluor Taylor Richard B. Taylor II Family Texas Regional Jill and Thatcher Thompson Three Ladies Memorial Charles A. and Helen Tilford Tom and Camilla Tilford Timberlake Family John and Ann Timm Michael and Annie Tobin Family Toepel Family Memorial Ernest H. and Greta M. Toll Walter A. Toly Memorial Tomlinson Family Erwin J. Toner, S.J. Townsend Memorial Tri-Cities Regional Peter M. Tripp Memorial John Tubbs Memorial * Tucci Family Florence Tucci Family/NAPA Richard E. Twohy, S.J. Union Pacific Foundation V-12 William L. Van Sistine Steven Coerte Van Voorhis Anthony Via, S.J. Anthony P. Via, S.J. Vogelheim Family Pat and Sandy Volkar Vomaske Family Anthony T. Wadden/Michael B. Herzog Robert and Deloris Waldron Wallace Foundation Frank Walter (Two Honest Friars) Robert Wark Prentice and Virginia Warner Carrie Welch Peter and Carol Welk Helen and Joe Welty Christopher M. West Memorial Jeanne Wiest Harry L. Williams WINGS Myrtle E. Woldson David Wollersheim Yeats Family Anonymous/Other
355,903 378,283 34,647 36,826 78,353 83,280 22,620 24,043 31,774 0 528,538 558,240 68,738 72,004 49,809 36,949 37,382 39,103 53,825 49,637 157,543 167,450 97,795 86,999 54,125 56,672 53,990 41,400 489,333 520,103 815,317 799,807 88,380 43,467 33,215 35,304 41,936 44,574 47,886 50,368 121,889 129,554 1,226,341 1,303,456 98,903 0 318,087 338,089 304,699 323,859 44,096 81,145 45,660 48,198 312,582 332,238 206,809 219,814 692,085 722,765 33,583 35,141 112,370 119,436 183,623 190,711 1,572,647 1,671,538 88,478 0 107,491 114,250 39,573 41,582 284,330 301,681 1,159,863 1,232,798 396,882 421,839 55,010 57,132 49,853 0 45,583 48,450 28,360 30,144 116,011 123,306 87,322 92,813 83,141 88,369 109,677 116,574 743,814 790,587 1,523,880 1,617,142 115,864 123,149 31,523 33,506 170,407 151,119 9,423,814 9,423,814 188,248 199,028 60,070 0 1,153,531 1,188,445
Gonzaga Law School Foundation 51,691 54,455 Action for Diversity Awareness Katharine Witter Brindley and Ralph J. Brindley 51,528 0 Bronze Tile 76,800 78,213 Janice Brown 91,529 88,978 Kenneth Butler Memorial 170,173 180,822 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chastek * 107,964 114,753 Class Reunion 47,259 49,726 John and Mary Jo Costello 56,769 60,338 Janice (Bennett) Geier 22,573 23,992 Gonzaga Student Bar Association 31,643 33,633 John and Deborah Holleran 248,101 0 Dennis M. Hottell 30,017 31,904 Steven J. Jager 25,998 24,360 David and Bernice Kazan 48,128 45,995 Marcus Kelly Family 28,472 30,262 Nora Garvin Kommers 24,360 25,891 Law Centennial 113,282 91,036 Law Faculty Student 63,364 66,820 William Lindberg 30,146 32,042 Paul and Lita (Barnett) Luvera 1,428,181 1,493,875 Lloyd Meeds Memorial 32,063 34,079 Yale Metzger and Susan Richmond 59,848 63,611 Thomas More 563,676 558,203 Joseph C. and Muriel E. Murphy 289,730 307,949
Nuxoll Family Memorial 147,249 154,530 Lewis H. Orland 468,981 200,998 Barbara Helen Perrey Memorial 24,360 25,891 Drew Corley Pierson Memorial 32,989 35,063 The Hon. Philip M. and Mary Raekes 215,758 223,925 Renee Reuther 105,550 107,276 Judge Willard J. Roe Memorial 425,747 452,519 Lee M. Solomon 117,349 124,729 Pat and Diane Sullivan 147,439 156,711 Sylvia Ann Thomas 36,914 39,235 Jim Vache 22,465 23,878 Carrie Welch 826,089 878,036 Dennis and Jacqueline Wheeler 28,677 30,480 Workland/Gose 195,020 207,283 Anonymous/Other 354,665 366,809 $ 116,011,294 $ 118,032,649 Total Scholarships
LIBRARIES AND MUSEUMS
Jundt Art Museum Carol Albright $ 65,495 $ 69,614 Museum Exhibition 450,875 479,227 Fredrick and Genevieve Schlatter 89,193 94,802 Libraries William N. Bischoff, S.J. (History) 133,729 142,030 Frank B. Costello, S.J. (Political Science) 63,182 67,155 Joseph P. and Helen Delay (Law) 142,121 139,144 Foley Library (General) 86,655 92,104 Parentsâ€™ Library (Periodicals) 27,966 29,725 Steele-Reese Foundation (Humanities) 549,218 583,754 John H. Taylor, S.J. Memorial (Classical Languages and Patristics) 127,657 135,685 J. Charles Walsh, S.J. Memorial (Law) 73,573 78,146 Anonymous/Other 69,670 74,051 Gonzaga Law School Foundation T. Jerry and Helen Greenan Library Fund 106,613 113,317 Law Library 50,113 53,265 Law Review 27,621 28,804 Lesley Lee Memorial 31,706 33,700 Anonymous/Other 9,242 9,824 Total Libraries and Museums $ 2,104,630 $ 2,224,344
PROFESSORSHIPS AND LECTURES
College of Arts and Sciences Bernard J. Coughlin, S.J., Chair of Christian Philosophy $ 2,162,577 $ 2,298,565 Milo P. and Maud O. Flannery, Chair of Theology 1,916,382 2,036,889 Kreielsheimer Foundation, Chair of Fine Arts 1,753,736 1,864,015 Timothy J. Oâ€™Leary, S.J., Chair of Chemistry * 894,637 949,630 Robert K. and Ann J. Powers, Chair of Humanities 1,540,533 1,637,406 Dr. Scholl Foundation, Chair of Chemistry 1,745,618 1,855,386 School of Business Administration John L. Aram, Chair of Business Ethics * 1,170,946 Dr. Erwin Graue, Chair of Economics * 1,621,825 James R. Jundt, Chair of Economics * 1,694,866 Phyllis and Angelo Mozilo Chair for Business Administration 743,514 Pigott Professor of Entrepreneurship 2,005,049 Kinsey M. Robinson, Chair of Business Administration * 1,747,336
1,244,578 1,723,809 1,801,443 739,586 2,131,131 1,857,212
School of Law J. Donald and Va Lena (Scarpelli) Curran Chair of Legal Ethics 280,312 192,284 Anonymous/Other 2,495 2,652
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Gonzaga Law School Foundation Frederick N. and Barbara T. Curley, Chair of Commercial Law 2,332,637 2,479,319 J. Donald and Va Lena (Scarpelli) Curran, Chair of Legal Ethics 676,431 718,966 John J. Hemmingson, Chair of Civil Liberties 1,824,950 1,939,707 Smithmoore P. Myers Chair 1,394,461 354,921 Wilson/Hartje, Professorship for Clinical Law 81,221 77,547
Van F. Christoph, S.J. Memorial 133,160 116,369 William Lyle Davis, S.J. Memorial 140,613 149,455 Jesuit Community of Gonzaga University 77,630 67,841 Total Professorships and Lectures $ 25,940,927 $ 26,238,711 Total Restricted Endowments $ 162,380,986 $ 165,075,809 TOTAL PERMANENT ENDOWMENTS $ 166,496,037 $ 169,392,243
Christine Bozarth ** $ Harry L. “Bing” Crosby Frank McMahon Coletta W. O’Meara Anonymous/Other
686,632 $ 729,808 143,193 152,198 263,540 280,112 159,811 169,861 121,920 129,587
Gonzaga Law School Foundation Quasi Endowment 1,473,405 1,566,056 Total General Support $ 2,848,502 $ 3,027,622 TRINITY TRUST
Alphonse A. and Geraldine F. Arnold Distinguished Professorship Alphonse A. and Geraldine F. Arnold President’s Fund Alphonse A. and Geraldine F. Arnold Scholarship ** $ 6,433,330 $ 6,837,873 PROGRAM SUPPORT
Edith L. Anderson $ 215,567 $ 229,123 John L. Aram, Chair of Business Ethics ** 283,465 301,290 Clarence H. Barnes Legacy Faculty Fellowship and Academic Enhancement ** 434,953 462,304 Horace C. Bozarth 820,547 872,145 Norman and Esther Bolker Collection 91,158 96,890 Patrick J. Cavanaugh Faculty Enrichment 152,152 161,720 College Science Research 2,026,125 2,153,532 Arthur L. Dussault, S.J. Foundation** 117,822 125,231 Dr. Erwin Graue, Chair of Economics ** 174,725 185,712 Don and Carol Herak Engineering Equipment 1,126,594 1,197,437 Hildebrand-Pease Law Library 204,925 217,811 International Cultural Center 89,217 94,828 Jesuit Mission Trust 901,957 958,674 James R. Jundt, Chair of Economics ** 393,365 418,101 Kellogg 72,902 77,486 Law School Restricted 351,238 373,325 Mission Trust 346,761 367,226 Mosque Operations 74,307 78,980 Mullally Retreat and Ministry 79,504 84,503 NCAA Athletic Academic Enhancement 43,575 46,315 Timothy J. O’Leary, S.J., Chair of Chemistry ** 127,433 135,446 Kinsey M. Robinson, Chair of Business Administration ** 166,126 176,572 Anonymous/Other 15,918 16,919 Total Program Support $ 8,310,336 $ 8,831,570
Clarence H. Barnes Legacy ** $ 458,009 $ 486,810 Joseph and Peggy Brennan 418,971 445,317 Marguerite M. and Henry J. Casey ** 109,534 116,422 Joseph M. Cataldo, S.J. ** 378,734 402,549 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chastek ** 1,410,513 1,499,209 Comstock Foundation ** 3,407,669 3,621,951 DeFeyter Family 146,568 155,784 Sperry H. Goodman 1,107,536 1,177,181 Donald and Pauline Hagan 239,420 254,476 Fred L. and Elizabeth J. Hanson Athletic 174,767 185,757 Horton and Mazie Herman 273,800 291,017 Horton and Mazie Herman (Women’s Golf) 230,462 244,954 J ‘n’ M Legacy 166,627 0 Kathryn A. Jacklin Memorial ** 55,753 59,259 Ed and Euretta James 354,067 376,332 Arlene E. and Arthur L. LaMasters 195,057 207,322 C. Y. Martin Foundation ** 2,094,104 2,225,787 John Prange, S.J. Ignatian Leaders 2,665,123 2,832,712 Roach Family 205,826 218,769 Mary F. Simkins 167,672 178,216 George J. Struble 98,801 105,014 John and Betty Tubbs Memorial ** 599,383 637,073 Total Scholarships $ 14,958,396 $ 15,721,910 TOTAL QUASI ENDOWMENTS $ 32,550,565 $ 34,418,975
Dr. John B. † and Lorraine H. Adams $ 163,067 $ 171,349 Charles M. and Eleanor Ann Andersen 50,183 0 Lawrence J. and Anna M. Bennett 201,064 215,630 Frank and Ilse Bourbeau 103,377 110,055 Name Withheld by Request 877,125 962,144 Alan and Ann Cawkwell 120,761 111,454 Howard and Norma Crawford 152,432 0 Name Withheld by Request 479,121 515,935 J. Donald and Va Lena Curran 295,803 324,256 William A. † and Tasia Davenport 27,601 32,854 Robert J. and Raeceil A. Day 47,280 51,391 Joseph † and Edna Deichl 276,763 323,315 Nancy C. Driscoll 1,469,213 1,446,491 Jim and Maxine Finlen 65,439 72,707 Maurice Gales ** † 0 344,966 Gary Glenn 19,867 22,232 Charles E. † and Barbara Hennessey, Jr. 384,228 438,172 Phillip and Lorelei Herres 139,364 156,114 Richard and Nina Hofmeister 35,708 38,681 Margel Kaufman 30,675 32,521 Arthur E. Kennedy 36,806 40,286 John and Elizabeth † Leonard 17,962 20,311 The Hon. John J. Madden 22,803 25,251 Jack and Mary McCann 949,959 1,044,620 Joseph L. McCarthy Trust 984,211 1,029,620 Robert and Claire McDonald 4,388,607 4,504,446 Name Withheld by Request 870,036 984,351 William R. Ogle ** 251,893 274,309 Edward E. and Yvonne Ralph † 185,007 204,772 Dennis T. and Kathryn (Cullen) Richardson, Sr. 103,659 112,617 John H. and Mary Pat Rickman 95,073 102,941 Dr. Harold L. Ripple 24,616 0 Name Withheld by Request 321,810 361,705 Roger and Sharon Roman 23,514 25,042 Virginia Schurra 84,925 94,510 Stephen B. † and Mary E. Shinn 223,208 238,658 Bartholomew M. † and Sarah Stevens *** 0 34,325 Ivan and Marlene Stewart 31,397 39,142 F. Ray Vollert 104,382 114,312 Pat and Carol West ** 195,826 214,434 Lee and Barbara Wright 31,696 35,873 John T. Yeats ** † 0 71,010 Anonymous/Other 16,732 18,656 TOTAL LIFE INCOME $ 13,903,192 $ 14,961,458 TOTAL ENDOWMENTS AND LIFE INCOME $ 212,949,793 $ 218,772,676
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** See also Permanent Endowment
*** Life income transferred to permanent endorsement
Trustees and Regents Governance 2015-16 THE ADMINISTRATION
Sharon Cade, Chair
Thayne M. McCulloh, President
Bernard J. Coughlin, S.J., Chancellor
Scott Coble, S.J., Interim VP for Mission
Va Lena Curran
Judi Biggs Garbuio, Vice President for Student Development
Frank Case, S.J., Vice President of the University
Sr. Mary Tracy, S.N.J.M.
Laura Stepovich Tramonte
Robert “Skip” Myers, Interim VP of Administration & Planning
Al Falkner, Vice Chair for Mission
Patricia O’Connell Killen, Academic Vice President
Joe Poss, Vice President for University Advancement
Raymond Reyes, Associate AVP & Chief Diversity Officer
Michael L. Roth, Director of Athletics
John Sklut, Chief of Staff to the President
Robert and Claire McDonald
Mary Jane Patterson
Phil Raekes, Hon.
Ed Ralph †
Harold Mielke, M.D.
Jim Jones, Interim CIO Maureen McGuire, General Counsel Charles J. Murphy, Vice President for Finance
Joseph P. Smith, Associate VP for Finance Kirk Wood-Gaines, Assistant VP for HR TRUSTEES
Edward Taylor Thatcher Thompson
Paul Brajcich, Vice Chair
Diane Timberlake, M.D.
Jim Voiss, S.J.
Tim Clancy, S.J.
Fritz Wolff TRUSTEES EMERITI
John Fitzgibbons, S.J.
Bernard Coughlin, S.J.
Michael Graham, S.J.
Bill Hayes, S.J.
Mary Herche John Hemmingson Christine Johnson
Don Herak Bobbie Huguenin Jim Jundt
David Leigh, S.J.
Kathleen Magnuson Sheppard Jack McCann Tom McCarthey Thayne McCulloh John McGarry, S.J. Kevin McQuilkin Scott Morris, Chair Jim Powers
Angelo Mozilo Don Nelles
BOARD OF MEMBERS
Steve Robinson, Vice Chair for Administration
Frank Case, S.J.
Timothy Clancy, S.J.
Scott Coble, S.J.
Steve Kuder, S.J., Secretary
Robert Lyons, S.J.
Jim Voiss, S.J.
Kevin Waters, S.J.
Eddie Reese, S.J.
Ken Krall, S.J., Presiding Officer
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