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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

3. The breadth and depth of student involvement with Ben Pontz ’20

In this episode, President Bob Iuliano and guest Ben Pontz ’20 discuss the breadth and depth of opportunities and experiences that students can pursue at Gettysburg College. Specifically, they unpack Pontz’s immersive Gettysburg College experience as Pontz reflects on his most memorable moments thus far. Pontz is a political science and public policy double major, music minor, and a very involved student across campus. He serves as a drum major of the marching band, an Eisenhower Institute Fielding Fellow, and the Editor-in-Chief of the Gettysburgian, among many other pursuits.

24 MINJAN 13
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3. The breadth and depth of student involvement with Ben Pontz ’20

2. The legacy of Dwight Eisenhower with Susan Eisenhower

In this episode of Conversations Beneath the Cupola, podcast host, Gettysburg College President Robert W. Iuliano, is joined by guest Susan Eisenhower. Eisenhower is the Chairman Emerita of the Eisenhower Institute at Gettysburg College and granddaughter of Dwight Eisenhower. She is also an author, an international policy consultant, an expert on international security, space policy, energy, and relations between the Russian Federation and the United States of America. Iuliano and Eisenhower begin the episode by discussing Dwight Eisenhower’s legacy on Gettysburg College through the lens of the Eisenhower Institute. At first, the Eisenhower Institute was a foundation created to give out scholarships, but it has grown to take on a more dynamic nature with roots in educating rising generations about important issues, which ultimately led to its affiliation with Gettysburg College in the early 1990s. Beyond her involvements with the Eisenhower Institute, teaching a class called Strategy and Leadership in Transformational Times and taking several students on a trip to the beaches of Normandy, both of which have led to lasting connections between her and students, Eisenhower shares the broader connections that she has with Gettysburg, and reflects on what about this place was special and significant to her grandfather. In reflecting on Dwight’s time, Eisenhower also offers advice on how we can bridge political divides today and advice to students generally. This advice includes uniting the country around central ideas, redefining leadership, and remaining optimistic. Eisenhower stands behind this advice, as this is the same advice she would offer people too. At the end of this episode, Eisenhower talks briefly about her new book, How Ike Led: The Principles Behind His Biggest Decision, which will be released in 2020. To hear the full conversation, tune in and subscribe. Links Subscribe to our podcast and visit Gettysburg College’s website here: www.gettysburg.edu/ Find out more about President Robert Iuliano here: www.gettysburg.edu/offices/preside…iano-biography/ Find out more about Susan Eisenhower here: http://www.eisenhowerinstitute.org/about/staff/susan-eisenhower Follow Gettysburg College on Twitter (@gettysburg), Facebook, Instagram (@gettysburgcollege), and LinkedIn

24 MIN2019 DEC 6
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2. The legacy of Dwight Eisenhower with Susan Eisenhower

1. The future of liberal arts education with Lawrence Bacow

Welcome to the first episode of Conversations Beneath the Cupola with host Gettysburg College President Robert Iuliano. With an extensive career in higher education, Iuliano has been in positions of administrative leadership and has been a professor at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. In this episode of Conversations Beneath the Cupola podcast, Iuliano has invited Lawrence Bacow, Harvard University’s 29th president. Bacow has extensive experience in higher education and has held his current position since 2018. Aside from this, Bacow’s career experience with teaching and educational leaders spans three decades. As Iuliano and Bacow get into the interview, Bacow notes that the view of higher education has changed, where it is more common to consider higher education as an investment and less as education. Skepticism of higher education has risen and public support for higher education has fallen due to unreasonable costs, left-leaning bias, and self-aggrandizing focus. However, regardless of naysayers, Bacow underscores the role of a liberal arts education in teaching students to master critical reasoning skills, an invaluable skillset for all aspects of life. Bacow shares his insights into the cost of higher education. He mentions that it is important to address this issue. In addition, there is pressure to make sure that stakeholders’ desires are seen to. These desires include curriculum design, setting a right price, transferring the right skill sets, enabling services for students, and the like. One important aspect that needs to be maintained is making sure to represent the different opinions across the societal and political spectrum. At the end of this episode, Bacow shares final advice and his impressions from Inauguration weekend at Gettysburg College. Subscribe to our podcast and listen to the full episode to hear the entirety of these thoughts and insights into the future of liberal arts education. Links Subscribe to our podcast and visit Gettysburg College’s website here: https://www.gettysburg.edu/ Find out more about President Robert Iuliano here: https://www.gettysburg.edu/offices/president/robert-iuliano-biography/ Find out more about President Lawrence Bacow here: https://www.hks.harvard.edu/faculty/lawrence-bacow Follow Gettysburg College on Twitter (@gettysburg), Facebook, Instagram (@gettysburgcollege), and LinkedIn

27 MIN2019 OCT 30
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Latest Episodes

3. The breadth and depth of student involvement with Ben Pontz ’20

In this episode, President Bob Iuliano and guest Ben Pontz ’20 discuss the breadth and depth of opportunities and experiences that students can pursue at Gettysburg College. Specifically, they unpack Pontz’s immersive Gettysburg College experience as Pontz reflects on his most memorable moments thus far. Pontz is a political science and public policy double major, music minor, and a very involved student across campus. He serves as a drum major of the marching band, an Eisenhower Institute Fielding Fellow, and the Editor-in-Chief of the Gettysburgian, among many other pursuits.

24 MINJAN 13
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3. The breadth and depth of student involvement with Ben Pontz ’20

2. The legacy of Dwight Eisenhower with Susan Eisenhower

In this episode of Conversations Beneath the Cupola, podcast host, Gettysburg College President Robert W. Iuliano, is joined by guest Susan Eisenhower. Eisenhower is the Chairman Emerita of the Eisenhower Institute at Gettysburg College and granddaughter of Dwight Eisenhower. She is also an author, an international policy consultant, an expert on international security, space policy, energy, and relations between the Russian Federation and the United States of America. Iuliano and Eisenhower begin the episode by discussing Dwight Eisenhower’s legacy on Gettysburg College through the lens of the Eisenhower Institute. At first, the Eisenhower Institute was a foundation created to give out scholarships, but it has grown to take on a more dynamic nature with roots in educating rising generations about important issues, which ultimately led to its affiliation with Gettysburg College in the early 1990s. Beyond her involvements with the Eisenhower Institute, teaching a class called Strategy and Leadership in Transformational Times and taking several students on a trip to the beaches of Normandy, both of which have led to lasting connections between her and students, Eisenhower shares the broader connections that she has with Gettysburg, and reflects on what about this place was special and significant to her grandfather. In reflecting on Dwight’s time, Eisenhower also offers advice on how we can bridge political divides today and advice to students generally. This advice includes uniting the country around central ideas, redefining leadership, and remaining optimistic. Eisenhower stands behind this advice, as this is the same advice she would offer people too. At the end of this episode, Eisenhower talks briefly about her new book, How Ike Led: The Principles Behind His Biggest Decision, which will be released in 2020. To hear the full conversation, tune in and subscribe. Links Subscribe to our podcast and visit Gettysburg College’s website here: www.gettysburg.edu/ Find out more about President Robert Iuliano here: www.gettysburg.edu/offices/preside…iano-biography/ Find out more about Susan Eisenhower here: http://www.eisenhowerinstitute.org/about/staff/susan-eisenhower Follow Gettysburg College on Twitter (@gettysburg), Facebook, Instagram (@gettysburgcollege), and LinkedIn

24 MIN2019 DEC 6
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2. The legacy of Dwight Eisenhower with Susan Eisenhower

1. The future of liberal arts education with Lawrence Bacow

Welcome to the first episode of Conversations Beneath the Cupola with host Gettysburg College President Robert Iuliano. With an extensive career in higher education, Iuliano has been in positions of administrative leadership and has been a professor at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. In this episode of Conversations Beneath the Cupola podcast, Iuliano has invited Lawrence Bacow, Harvard University’s 29th president. Bacow has extensive experience in higher education and has held his current position since 2018. Aside from this, Bacow’s career experience with teaching and educational leaders spans three decades. As Iuliano and Bacow get into the interview, Bacow notes that the view of higher education has changed, where it is more common to consider higher education as an investment and less as education. Skepticism of higher education has risen and public support for higher education has fallen due to unreasonable costs, left-leaning bias, and self-aggrandizing focus. However, regardless of naysayers, Bacow underscores the role of a liberal arts education in teaching students to master critical reasoning skills, an invaluable skillset for all aspects of life. Bacow shares his insights into the cost of higher education. He mentions that it is important to address this issue. In addition, there is pressure to make sure that stakeholders’ desires are seen to. These desires include curriculum design, setting a right price, transferring the right skill sets, enabling services for students, and the like. One important aspect that needs to be maintained is making sure to represent the different opinions across the societal and political spectrum. At the end of this episode, Bacow shares final advice and his impressions from Inauguration weekend at Gettysburg College. Subscribe to our podcast and listen to the full episode to hear the entirety of these thoughts and insights into the future of liberal arts education. Links Subscribe to our podcast and visit Gettysburg College’s website here: https://www.gettysburg.edu/ Find out more about President Robert Iuliano here: https://www.gettysburg.edu/offices/president/robert-iuliano-biography/ Find out more about President Lawrence Bacow here: https://www.hks.harvard.edu/faculty/lawrence-bacow Follow Gettysburg College on Twitter (@gettysburg), Facebook, Instagram (@gettysburgcollege), and LinkedIn

27 MIN2019 OCT 30
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1. The future of liberal arts education with Lawrence Bacow
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