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The third season of Pulteney Street Podcast kicks off with Associate Professor of Psychological Science Daniel Graham, whose new book explores the parallels between the internet and the human brain. On the latest issue of the Pulteney Street Podcast, President Joyce P. Jacobsen and Associate Professor of Psychological Science Daniel Graham discuss how the brain

On the latest edition of the Pulteney Street Podcast, President Joyce P. Jacobsen kicks off a new academic year with Hobart Head Football Coach Kevin DeWall ’00, discussing the confluence of academic and athletic success, coaching through a pandemic, and Super Bowl Champion Ali Marpet ’15. Head Football Coach Kevin DeWall ’00 joins the Pulteney Street Podcast

The founder and director of the Geneva Music Festival Geoffrey Herd reflects on musical education, the festival’s 10th anniversary and his 300+ year old violin. For 10 years, the Geneva Music Festival has presented acclaimed international artists in venues throughout the Finger Lakes and brought culturally diverse programming and educational concerts to local school districts.

On the latest episode of the Pulteney Street Podcast, President Joyce P. Jacobsen and Professor of Women’s Studies Betty Bayer delve into key figures, moments and policies in women’s history in the Finger Lakes and the U.S. Professor of Women’s Studies Betty Bayer joins the Pulteney Street Podcast with President Joyce P. Jacobsen to discuss Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell,

On the latest episode of the Pulteney Street Podcast, President Joyce P. Jacobsen and Associate Professor of History Laura Free discuss the suffrage movement’s history and legacy in the U.S. Associate Professor of History Laura Free — whose new podcast, Amended, traces the stories of women’s suffrage from the 1800s to the present — joins the Pulteney

  President Joyce P. Jacobsen and Director of Admissions Alan Paynter discuss the higher education landscape, enrollment goals and initial impressions of HWS on the first Pulteney Street Podcast episode of 2021. https://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/https://www2.hws.edu/audio/psp-s2e2.mp3 Alan Paynter, who joined HWS as director of admissions in September 2020, is the first guest of 2021 on the Pulteney Street Podcast with

A new season of the Pulteney Street Podcast with President Joyce P. Jacobsen launches this week, featuring an interview with Alan Worden ’87, whose data analytics firm Community Data Platforms (CDP) is developing distribution infrastructure for COVID-19 vaccines. https://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/https://www2.hws.edu/audio/psp-s2e01b.mp3 A successful serial entrepreneur, Worden discusses his wide-ranging business background, CDP’s work, including the goals and challenges

Episode 13: HWS Basketball On the latest edition of the Pulteney Street Podcast, President Joyce P. Jacobsen talks Statesmen and Herons basketball with Hobart Head Coach Stefan Thompson ’13 and William Smith Head Coach Lindsay Sharman, discussing the success of Hobart’s defensive strategy, William Smith’s perseverance through illness and injury to a winning record, and

Episode 12: John Grotzinger ’79, Sc.D. ’13 While on campus for a public lecture, geologist and project scientist for the Mars Science Laboratory John Grotzinger ’79, Sc.D. ’13 sat down for a Pulteney Street Podcast interview with President Joyce P. Jacobsen. Grotzinger shared the highlights of the NASA Curiosity rover mission and reflected on the

Episode 11: Steven Penn In the final episode of the fall semester, President Joyce P. Jacobsen sits down with Associate Professor of Physics Steven Penn on the Pulteney Street Podcast to discuss black holes, the origins of the universe and Penn’s decades-long research with the LIGO Scientific Collaboration, which has made some of the most exciting physics

Episode 10: HWS Theatre Edition   Ahead of the opening of the 2019-20 season at the McDonald Theatre, the Colleges’ Theatre Department faculty joins President Joyce P. Jacobsen on the latest episode of the Pulteney Street Podcast. Associate Professors Chris Hatch, Heather May and Chris Woodworth discuss The Breach (which premieres Thursday, Nov. 7); their

Episode 9: Kay Payne ’73 Kay Payne ’73, professor emerita at Howard University’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, is the latest guest on the Pulteney Street Podcast with President Joyce P. Jacobsen. During their conversation, Payne and Jacobsen discuss HWS during the Civil Rights and Vietnam era, Payne’s achievements in applied sociolinguistics and the experiences

Episode 8: Jodi Dean Jodi Dean, professor of political science and director of the Fisher Center for the Study of Gender and Justice, joins President Joyce P. Jacobsen on the latest episode of the Pulteney Street Podcast, discussing Dean’s newest book Comrade, published this month, as well as her other work around politics, technology, democratic society

Episode 7: AJ Hassan ’96 On the newest episode of the “Pulteney Street Podcast: Inside HWS with Joyce Jacobsen,” President Joyce P. Jacobsen and Ayesha “AJ” Hassan ’96, the Emmy award-winner vice president and executive creative director for R/GA Chicago, discuss equity in the workplace, problem-solving and the creative process, and the ways advertising can empower its

Episode 6: Sage Gerling For nearly 200 years, the histories of HWS and the City of Geneva have been intertwined. On the newest episode of the “Pulteney Street Podcast: Inside HWS with Joyce Jacobsen,” President Joyce P. Jacobsen discusses Geneva’s identity, diversity, strengths and future development, as well as the legacy of collaboration between the Colleges

Episode 5: Matt Lamanna ’97 Matt Lamanna ’97, associate curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, shares the excitement and insights of his career as a paleontologist on the latest episode of the “Pulteney Street Podcast: Inside HWS with Joyce Jacobsen.” Lamanna, who will give the keynote address during the

Episode 4: Christopher Lavin ’81 On the most recent installment of “Pulteney Street Podcast: Inside HWS with Joyce Jacobsen,” Executive Director of the Geneva Community Center and Boys & Girls Club of Geneva Christopher Lavin ’81 joins President Joyce P. Jacobsen to discuss operating and financing youth education programs and the impact of the HWS Tutor Corps on the lives of Geneva’s

Episode 3: Author Eric Lax ’66, L.H.D. ’93. Lax joins President Joyce P. Jacobsen to discuss his wide-ranging books, his service in the Peace Corps and the impact of HWS on his career.

Episode 2: Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Beth Kinne. When the academic year begins in the fall, HWS will be fully immersed in “The Year of Water,” a project envisioned by Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Beth Kinne.

Episode 1: Dorothy H. Wickenden ’76, L.H.D. ’14. Throughout her first year at the Colleges, Hobart and William Smith Colleges President-Elect Joyce P. Jacobsen will get to know the community with “Pulteney Street Podcast: Inside HWS with Joyce Jacobsen.”