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  • Meet Guttman’s 2019 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

    May 23, 2019

    Guttman Community College is proud to announce its Valedictorian, Parker Giovan, and Salutatorian, Farah Reynoso, for the 2019 graduating class. Parker and Farah epitomize hard work and passion for learning. They are both dedicated to pursuing careers that will help underrepresented voices be heard.

  • Ceremony Honors Human Services Interns and Agencies

    May 21, 2019

    On May 20, the Human Services program held its fifth annual Fieldwork Recognition Ceremony in partnership with the Guttman Offices of AccessABILITY and Partnerships and Community Engagement. The event celebrated the 42 Human Services interns who successfully completed their required 250 hours of fieldwork placement during the 2018-2019 academic year, their supervisors, and the program’s […]

  • Guttman Business Professor Publishes on “Eco-Innovation in a Textile Industry”

    May 15, 2019

    Dr. Rodrigo Cortopassi Goron Lobo, Assistant Professor of Business, has authored the chapter “Eco-Innovation in a Textile Industry,” which appears in the book Knowledge and Innovation Management, recently published by Poisson Publishing in Brazil. 

  • Guttman Professors Selected as 2019 Mellon/ACLS Community College Faculty Fellows

    May 10, 2019

    The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) announced that Maggie Dickinson, Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, and Andrea Morrel, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, are among the 2019 Mellon/ACLS Community College Faculty Fellows. This is the first year of this program, which supports research projects from humanities and social science faculty who teach at two-year colleges. The program is made possible by a generous grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

  • College Celebrates Student Achievement at the 2019 Awards Ceremony

    May 10, 2019

    On May, 2, 2019, Guttman Community College held the 2019 Student Awards & Recognition Ceremony to honor student academic and campus achievement. Nestor I. Melendez, Director of Student Leadership and Campus Life, served as Master of Ceremonies.

  • Inaugural Amadou Diallo Memorial Scholarship Awarded

    May 8, 2019

    On May 2, Guttman Information Technology students Jacqueline Areas, Kouadio Serge Kouame, and Britney Puma were awarded the inaugural Amadou Diallo Memorial Scholarship, each receiving a $500 award. Established by Mrs. Kadi Diallo and the Amadou Diallo Foundation, this scholarship is named in honor of Amadou Diallo, who came to the United States in 1996 […]

  • Professor Kristina Baines Receives Course Hero-Woodrow Wilson Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching

    May 6, 2019

    Kristina Baines, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, was awarded a 2019 tenure-track Course Hero-Woodrow Wilson Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching. The Course Hero-Woodrow Wilson Fellowship is a “genius grant” for outstanding teachers.

  • Dr. April Burns, Assistant Professor of Psychology

    April 30, 2019

    Further affirming “solidarity” with her students, Dr. April Burns calls her trajectory to becoming Assistant Professor of Psychology at the College in 2016, “a winding path.” Her doctoral research in social psychology, completed at the CUNY Graduate Center under advisor and mentor Dr. Michelle Fine, focused on “the experience of upward mobility through education” and the impact of this experience on “first-generation graduates[,] their beliefs about justice and equity, education, merit, and… their interpersonal and family relationships.”

  • Guttman Students Visit Democracy Now!

    April 26, 2019

    On April 10, Guttman students from House 3 attended a live studio filming of the news show Democracy Now! The visit was part of the group’s Community Days curriculum, and the show was chosen as an example of independent, viewer-funded media.

  • Professor’s Research Cited in New York Times Article about School Segregation

    April 26, 2019

    In an April 25th New York Times article discussing San Francisco’s attempts to desegregate its public schools, Assistant Professor of Sociology Ryan W. Coughlan’s research is cited to show this city’s pattern of neighborhood racial segregation is not unique among major U.S. cities.