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Campus involvement propels art history career for Francesca DeBiaso '12

Currently working in the Guggenheim Museum’s performing art lecture series, Francesca DeBiaso ‘12 said that having the freedom to explore her interests through extracurricular activities... Learn More


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Semester abroad programs lead young alums to careers in international education

When six Gettysburg College students embarked on their semesters abroad through the Office of Off-Campus Studies (OCS), they...

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Alum’s study abroad experience sparks career in humanitarian aid

Bullets streaking by and grenades exploding to the cries of angry looters did not dampen Gettysburg alum Maribeth Black’s resolve to continue making a difference through her work with the Catholic...

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Gettysburg is Global: Alums live and work around the world

A policy and research advisor in the Government of South Sudan, a public relations professional in Bermuda, and the president and CEO of AIG’s businesses in Japan. What do they all have in common?...

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Randy Earle ’91: Breaking down barriers

Five years after graduating from Gettysburg, I was diagnosed with a debilitating illness. It has changed me in countless ways, the most obvious is my mobility. I have learned to overcome barriers, and...

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Cory Weissman '12 continues his journey

When you ask Cory Weissman ’12, how the stroke he suffered during his freshman year affected who he is today, his answer may surprise you.

“It was the greatest gift I was ever given...

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Law, Order, and the Old West: Scott Dyke '65, Wyatt Earp Expert

For most people, retirement means golf courses and more time with grandchildren. For Scott Dyke ’65, it means even more. Since retiring in the early 1990s, the political science major, psychology...

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Alums search for student-entrepreneur

Bob Allen ’89 has been busy since he graduated from Gettysburg.

He helped to grow a three-guys-in-a-garage operation to a publicly traded, 1,500-people-strong company with offices around...

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15 things to LOVE about Gettysburg College

There are a lot of reasons to love Gettysburg College. Browse the fifteen listed below and let us know what we missed.

 

 

1.  Alumni...

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Geno McDermott ’08 produces new Animal Planet series Cold River Cash

Last year alone, Maine's eel fishing business was worth almost $40 million. Gettysburg College alumnus and video producer Geno McDermott ’08 has captured dynamic insights into this lucrative enterprise...

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Fulbrighter Emily Ruhl ’13 found her passions at Gettysburg

During the spring of her senior year, Emily Ruhl ’13 landed a job that merges all of her passions. As a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA), she’s able to merge her interests in teaching...

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Students pursue career interests over winter break

For many Gettysburg College students, kicking back and relaxing during winter break was only part of their plan. The other part was preparing for their careers by taking advantage of over 250 career...

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College couple creates fund for art and photography

As husband and wife, history professor Michael J. Birkner ’72 P’10 and library director Robin Wagner P’10 share much of their personal and professional lives. As employees of Gettysburg...

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Prof. Jonathan David, Greg Williams ’10 unearth 2nd Century Roman military camp

When alumnus Greg Williams ’10 wanted to garner additional archaeological experience and further develop his skill set, he turned to a friend he discovered on the Gettysburg College campus, Prof...

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The Lucky 13 of ’13: Top moments from the past year

2013 was yet another interesting, exciting, and successful year for Gettysburg College and our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends.

A new annual event to add to the list of well-loved...

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1000 To 1: The Cory Weissman Story to debut in March; Watch trailer

1000 To 1: The Cory Weissman Story will debut on DVD and digital on March 4.

Delivering a message of unflinching courage, 1000 To 1: The Cory Weissman Story follows Gettysburg...

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Ben Tabor '13 forges own path at Gettysburg

“I had certain expectations of what I would get out of my college experience,” recalls Ben Tabor ’13. His brother, Brad, was a 2008 Gettysburg alum. Both had earned academic Presidential...

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Alum shells out hands-on experiences: Students work with Turtle Rescue Team founder Greg Lewbart '81

Greg Lewbart ’81 always knew that he wanted to be a veterinarian. It wasn’t until he took a Gettysburg College course on marine biology and learned about invertebrates, though, that his ...

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Alum pens book on Gettysburg Address in time for 150th anniversary

Once you visit historic Gettysburg, it is always with you. That is especially the case for Jared Peatman ’02, who recently released The Long Shadow of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, a book...

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Distinctive Programs

Gettysburg College offers distinctive programs that enhance the quality of the liberal arts experience for students:

Civil War Institute


Eisenhower Institute


Garthwait Leadership Center


Sunderman Conservatory of Music 


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