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Conversations Beneath the Cupola podcast

President Robert Iuliano

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Conversations Beneath the Cupola is a podcast where we underscore the great work of Gettysburg College's students, faculty, and alumni today and since our founding in 1832, while bringing attention to the impact and value of a liberal arts education in the 21st century.

Latest Episodes

13. What being a “Gettysburgian” means to members of the Class of 2020

In episode 13, President Bob Iuliano and three members of the Class of 2020—Darby Nisbett, Jason Sinsheimer, and Jazmin Reynoso Ortiz—define what it means to be a “Gettysburgian” by reflecting on their time at Gettysburg College, sharing the lessons they learned, memories of the people and moments that shaped them, and more.

35 MINMAY 15
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13. What being a “Gettysburgian” means to members of the Class of 2020

12. The biology and genetics of COVID-19 with Prof. Steve James ’80

In episode 12, President Bob Iuliano and Biology Prof. Steve James ’80 discuss the biology and genetics of COVID-19, its origins, how properties of the virus are affecting the development of a vaccine, and other related topics.

25 MINMAY 11
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12. The biology and genetics of COVID-19 with Prof. Steve James ’80

11. Working on the frontlines of COVID-19 with Melissa Zook ’94

In episode 11, President Bob Iuliano and family practice physician Melissa Zook ’94 discuss the strain that COVID-19 has put on essential workers and the healthcare system, particularly in rural Kentucky, where Zook works and lives.

23 MINMAY 4
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11. Working on the frontlines of COVID-19 with Melissa Zook ’94

10. The ethical dilemmas presented by COVID-19 with Prof. Steve Gimbel

In episode 10, President Bob Iuliano and Philosophy Prof. Steve Gimbel discuss the many ethical dilemmas presented by COVID-19, particularly for physicians who are facing difficult decisions under conditions of great uncertainty.

29 MINAPR 25
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10. The ethical dilemmas presented by COVID-19 with Prof. Steve Gimbel

9. The liberal arts: a foundation for purpose and success with Troy Datcher ’90

In Episode 9, President Bob Iuliano and Troy Datcher ’90, senior vice president and chief customer officer at Clorox, discuss how the liberal arts prepares students to find purpose and success, while making a difference in the world. Datcher reflects on the key skills and lessons he learned at Gettysburg College and how what he learned has helped guide him on his personal and professional journey.

29 MINAPR 17
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9. The liberal arts: a foundation for purpose and success with Troy Datcher ’90

8. COVID-19’s effects on local and national elections with Bruce Larson

In Episode 8, President Iuliano and Bruce Larson, chair and professor of political science at the College, make sense of how the COVID-19 outbreak has and will continue to impact ongoing primary elections across the country, how the current administration's response to the health crisis today may affect the presidential election in November, and more.

31 MINAPR 10
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8. COVID-19’s effects on local and national elections with Bruce Larson

7. COVID-19’s effects on the economy with macroeconomist Char Weise

In Episode 7, President Iuliano and Char Weise, a macroeconomist and Prof. of Economics, discuss the effect the COVID-19 outbreak has had on the economy, what the U.S. government could have done differently, and how long the reverberations may last.

22 MINAPR 3
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7. COVID-19’s effects on the economy with macroeconomist Char Weise

6. COVID-19’s effects on vulnerable populations with social epidemiologist Amy Dailey

In Episode 6, President Iuliano and Amy Dailey, a social epidemiologist and Health Sciences Prof., discuss the short-term and long-term effects of the COVID-19 outbreak on vulnerable populations.

22 MINMAR 27
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6. COVID-19’s effects on vulnerable populations with social epidemiologist Amy Dailey

5. Remote learning amid COVID-19 with Jocelyn Swigger, Ryan Kerney, and Rod Tosten

In Episode 5, President Robert Iuliano explores how the College is making the transition to a remote learning platform for the remainder of the spring semester amid the global health crisis. He is joined by Sunderman Conservatory of Music Prof. and Chair of the Faculty Council Jocelyn Swigger, Prof. of Biology Ryan Kerney, and VP of Information Technology and Prof. of Computer Science Rod Tosten.

31 MINMAR 21
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5. Remote learning amid COVID-19 with Jocelyn Swigger, Ryan Kerney, and Rod Tosten

4. The lasting impact of First-Year Seminars with Professors Darren Glass and Kathy Cain

In Episode 4 of Conversations Beneath the Cupola, podcast host, Gettysburg College President Robert W. Iuliano, is joined by four members of the Gettysburg College community—Director of First-Year Seminars and Alumni Prof. of Mathematics Darren Glass, Psychology Prof. Kathy Cain, and first-year students Katherine Schmitz ’23 and Demaro Ricketts ’23. Each guest highlights the innovative nature, purpose, and lasting impact of the College’s First-Year Seminar program through their unique lens.

24 MINMAR 14
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4. The lasting impact of First-Year Seminars with Professors Darren Glass and Kathy Cain

Latest Episodes

13. What being a “Gettysburgian” means to members of the Class of 2020

In episode 13, President Bob Iuliano and three members of the Class of 2020—Darby Nisbett, Jason Sinsheimer, and Jazmin Reynoso Ortiz—define what it means to be a “Gettysburgian” by reflecting on their time at Gettysburg College, sharing the lessons they learned, memories of the people and moments that shaped them, and more.

35 MINMAY 15
Comments
13. What being a “Gettysburgian” means to members of the Class of 2020

12. The biology and genetics of COVID-19 with Prof. Steve James ’80

In episode 12, President Bob Iuliano and Biology Prof. Steve James ’80 discuss the biology and genetics of COVID-19, its origins, how properties of the virus are affecting the development of a vaccine, and other related topics.

25 MINMAY 11
Comments
12. The biology and genetics of COVID-19 with Prof. Steve James ’80

11. Working on the frontlines of COVID-19 with Melissa Zook ’94

In episode 11, President Bob Iuliano and family practice physician Melissa Zook ’94 discuss the strain that COVID-19 has put on essential workers and the healthcare system, particularly in rural Kentucky, where Zook works and lives.

23 MINMAY 4
Comments
11. Working on the frontlines of COVID-19 with Melissa Zook ’94

10. The ethical dilemmas presented by COVID-19 with Prof. Steve Gimbel

In episode 10, President Bob Iuliano and Philosophy Prof. Steve Gimbel discuss the many ethical dilemmas presented by COVID-19, particularly for physicians who are facing difficult decisions under conditions of great uncertainty.

29 MINAPR 25
Comments
10. The ethical dilemmas presented by COVID-19 with Prof. Steve Gimbel

9. The liberal arts: a foundation for purpose and success with Troy Datcher ’90

In Episode 9, President Bob Iuliano and Troy Datcher ’90, senior vice president and chief customer officer at Clorox, discuss how the liberal arts prepares students to find purpose and success, while making a difference in the world. Datcher reflects on the key skills and lessons he learned at Gettysburg College and how what he learned has helped guide him on his personal and professional journey.

29 MINAPR 17
Comments
9. The liberal arts: a foundation for purpose and success with Troy Datcher ’90

8. COVID-19’s effects on local and national elections with Bruce Larson

In Episode 8, President Iuliano and Bruce Larson, chair and professor of political science at the College, make sense of how the COVID-19 outbreak has and will continue to impact ongoing primary elections across the country, how the current administration's response to the health crisis today may affect the presidential election in November, and more.

31 MINAPR 10
Comments
8. COVID-19’s effects on local and national elections with Bruce Larson

7. COVID-19’s effects on the economy with macroeconomist Char Weise

In Episode 7, President Iuliano and Char Weise, a macroeconomist and Prof. of Economics, discuss the effect the COVID-19 outbreak has had on the economy, what the U.S. government could have done differently, and how long the reverberations may last.

22 MINAPR 3
Comments
7. COVID-19’s effects on the economy with macroeconomist Char Weise

6. COVID-19’s effects on vulnerable populations with social epidemiologist Amy Dailey

In Episode 6, President Iuliano and Amy Dailey, a social epidemiologist and Health Sciences Prof., discuss the short-term and long-term effects of the COVID-19 outbreak on vulnerable populations.

22 MINMAR 27
Comments
6. COVID-19’s effects on vulnerable populations with social epidemiologist Amy Dailey

5. Remote learning amid COVID-19 with Jocelyn Swigger, Ryan Kerney, and Rod Tosten

In Episode 5, President Robert Iuliano explores how the College is making the transition to a remote learning platform for the remainder of the spring semester amid the global health crisis. He is joined by Sunderman Conservatory of Music Prof. and Chair of the Faculty Council Jocelyn Swigger, Prof. of Biology Ryan Kerney, and VP of Information Technology and Prof. of Computer Science Rod Tosten.

31 MINMAR 21
Comments
5. Remote learning amid COVID-19 with Jocelyn Swigger, Ryan Kerney, and Rod Tosten

4. The lasting impact of First-Year Seminars with Professors Darren Glass and Kathy Cain

In Episode 4 of Conversations Beneath the Cupola, podcast host, Gettysburg College President Robert W. Iuliano, is joined by four members of the Gettysburg College community—Director of First-Year Seminars and Alumni Prof. of Mathematics Darren Glass, Psychology Prof. Kathy Cain, and first-year students Katherine Schmitz ’23 and Demaro Ricketts ’23. Each guest highlights the innovative nature, purpose, and lasting impact of the College’s First-Year Seminar program through their unique lens.

24 MINMAR 14
Comments
4. The lasting impact of First-Year Seminars with Professors Darren Glass and Kathy Cain
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