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  • Guttman Civility Week: Promoting Respect, Engagement, and Inclusion

    February 2, 2017

    Guttman’s Inaugural Civility Week 2017 concluded on January 19 with an action-oriented workshop focused on the collective challenge of responding to the incivility of the recent presidential campaign. During this historic time in the nation, the Civility Task Force presented seven events over the course of the week designed to raise awareness about the functions […]

  • Article Focuses on Guttman’s Innovative Approach to Developmental Support

    January 31, 2017

    A Hechinger Report article from January 30 highlights Guttman’s innovative approach to providing developmental support within the curriculum rather than offering separate, non-credit-bearing remedial courses to enhance student success.

  • Guttman Community College Celebrates Black History Month 2017

    January 18, 2017

    Guttman Community College observes Black History Month with an array of activities focusing on Black Excellence. Organized by the Black History Month Committee, led by Assistant Director of Peer Mentoring Andrew Bennett, activities will include social events, film screenings, performances, lectures and more. To greet the celebratory month, the college will host a kick-off event […]

  • 2016 Staff Awards Presented

    January 13, 2017

    On January 11, 2017, at the All-College Faculty-Staff Meeting, staff awards were presented for the first time to recognize outstanding service, dedication and commitment to the College community. President Awards: Elisa Hertz- Rising Leader Jason Cutrone- Community Service and Collaboration Elie Yoesoep- Community Service and Collaboration Janine Harris- Individual Development Melissa Arias- PROS Collaboration: Melissa […]

  • College All-Campus Meeting Focuses on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

    January 13, 2017

    On January 11 Guttman faculty, staff, and administrators gathered for the semi-annual All-College Faculty-Staff Meeting. All-campus gatherings are now a College tradition; most institutions do not hold joint meetings with the administration and faculty. The community gathered to exchange ideas, deepen and understand better Guttman’s culture and practices, and identify possible areas for improvement. President […]

  • Professor Authors New Sociology Textbook

    January 12, 2017

    Alia R. Tyner-Mullings, Assistant Professor for Sociology, has co-authored The Sociology Student’s Guide to Writing, Second Edition (SAGE Publishing, 2017) with Angelique Harris, Marquette University. This brief, economical reference work gives practical advice about the writing tasks and issues that undergraduate students face in their first sociology courses. Along with more traditional topics, it incorporates […]

  • Professor Discusses Jobs Employing Mainly Women on News Segment

    January 10, 2017

    Mary Gatta, Associate Professor of Sociology, discussed how men still avoid taking jobs that traditionally have been viewed as female jobs on an NJTV News segment. ‘Pink collar’ work employs a majority of women and includes the 15 fastest-growing jobs.

  • Guttman Students Selected for the 2017 Caucus CUNY Scholars Program

    December 13, 2016

    Four Guttman students have been selected for the spring 2017 Caucus CUNY Scholars Program,  a local internship program for students who are interested in the service of the New York State Legislature. The 2017 recipients are: Francesco Musio, Business Administration Emerald Sanjurjo,  Liberal Arts and Sciences Ida Seck, Liberal Arts and Sciences Howlatu Sowe,  Liberal Arts […]

  • Instructor is Contributor to Research Report on School Integration

    December 12, 2016

    Ryan Coughlan, Instructor of Sociology, is a contributor to the research report Remedying School Segregation: How New Jersey’s Morris School District Chose to Make Diversity Work published by The Century Foundation. The report looks at the successful school integration efforts in the Morris School District in northern New Jersey. The study was also featured in […]

  • IT Students Visit Grand Central to View Earliest Known Computer

    December 5, 2016

    On November 29, Jinzhong Niu, Assistant Professor of Information Technology, took IT students from his hardware, software, and programming classes to Grand Central Terminal. They visited what some consider to be the earliest computer in the world, 103 years old. The computer was built by Westinghouse and is preserved in the sub-basement of Grand Central […]