Guttman Community College faculty members have published a variety of outstanding scholarly articles, books, and reviews this fall. Below are the highlights. Marcus Allen, Professor of Political Science and Urban Studies, co-authored “Survey of African American Portrayal in Introductory Textbooks in American Government/Politics: A Report of the APSA Standing Committee on the Status of […]
Guttman Community College faculty members presented their research at leading national and international academic conferences this fall. Below is a summary. Ria Banerjee, Assistant Professor of English, presented “Weddings and Marriages: Mary Butts and English Responses to Stability and Change” at the Modernism Studies Conference in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in August 2017. This paper argues […]
Ryan W. Coughlan, Guttman Assistant Professor of Sociology, is a co-author of a report outlining the growing school segregation crisis in New Jersey. The report was released by the UCLA Civil Rights Project and picked up by news outlets. “New Jersey’s Segregated Schools: Trends and Paths Forward,” written by Gary Orfield, UCLA, Civil Rights Project; Jongyeon Ee, UCLA, […]
Marla A. Sole, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, has published “Financial education: Increase your purchasing power” in the September 2017 issue of Mathematics Teacher. The article is an outgrowth of her work linking research and practice. In the article, Dr. Sole discusses the importance of students today being financially literate, which in large part depends […]
Guttman faculty member, and ACE Fellow, Dr. Nicola Blake, facilitated an important panel discussion at this year’s American Association of Community College Summer Presidents Academy Summer Institute (PASI). The AACC Presidents Academy Summer Institute (PASI) is an annual professional development program for CEOs and presidents of member community colleges, providing intensive focus on current challenges, […]
Kristina Baines, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Faculty for Academic Technology, Sebastien Buttet, Associate Professor of Economics, Forest Fisher, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Vanita Naidoo, Instructor of English, and Paul Naish, Assistant Professor of History, have authored Students as Producers in Hybrid Courses: Case Studies from an Interdisciplinary Learning Circle in IJSoTEL (International Journal for […]
Ria Banerjee, Assistant Professor of English, is the recipient of a CUNY Summer Collaborative Research Opportunity Grant for 2017 for her project: On the Page and Embodied: Fostering the Revised Taxonomy of Learning through Drama in Two Literature Classrooms. The research study seeks to fill a gap in current studies of student experiences encountering drama […]
On May 1, Guttman students Shenice Greene, Onasis Cirineo and Dwayne McCallum traveled with Professor Kristina Baines and Cool Anthropology Co-Director Victoria Costa to the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, to discuss their collaborative work on the Shifting Stereotypes project at the anthropology departmental colloquium. At the invitation of the department, the Shifting Stereotypes team presented […]
Chulsung Kim, Professor of Science, has co-authored the article Application of Commercial Coffee for the Remediation of Hexavalent Chromium-Contaminated Water with Regis Esteves, Guttman Class of 2016, in the journal Water, Air, & Soil Pollution (April 2017, 228:161). Regis is now enrolled at SUNY Buffalo.
Forest Fisher, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, has co-authored the article Using Technology to Prompt Good Questions about Distributions in Statistics in Mathematics Teacher (March 2017, Vol. 110., Issue 7) published by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.