Building on a Foundation of Faith

Daniel, Beth, John and Ella Dzenitis

September 21, 2020
Holly Jones

For the Dzenitis family, the decision to give in support of Gonzaga’s Integrated Science and Engineering facility (ISE) was one made from the heart.

“Beth and I donated to the ISE because we are strong believers in engineering and science as disciplines that move humankind forward,” shared John. “We both have degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but we are very excited to see this emphasis at a Catholic university! We think the world can only benefit from having more engineers and scientists grounded in faith.”

The entire University community is grateful for the Dzenitis family, who has shown up for their belief in the power of a Gonzaga science and engineering education.

The Dzenitis Family

Beth and John Dzenitis, shown here celebrating their son Daniel’s (’20) graduation from Gonzaga with his degree in mechanical engineering.

Currently under construction and projected to open Fall 2021, the ISE is an 82,000+ square-foot facility empowering Gonzaga’s commitment to Jesuit-educated STEM professionals. Learn more about the ISE and how you can make your mark here: