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Dr. Chulsung Kim, Professor of Chemistry

January 23, 2023 | Faculty, Faculty Feature

“Our complex society requires interdisciplinary collaboration, and it is my hope for GCC students that they learn the value of teamwork for the attainment of a common goal.”  Dr. Chulsung Kim, who is a professor of chemistry at Stella and Charles Guttman Community College, attended New York University for his Master’s degree, and he received […]

Guttman Faculty Featured in Solo Exhibit

October 3, 2022 | Faculty, Faculty Feature

Guttman Faculty on the Move: Tau Battice Celebrated in “Harlem is… Healing” and Prime Minister’s Lecture Series

September 26, 2022 | Faculty

Guttman Appoints Dr. Nicola Blake as Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs & Provost

July 8, 2022 | Academics, Faculty, President's Office

Colette Denali Montoya-Sloan Awarded OHA NEH Fellowship

July 6, 2022 | Academics, Faculty, Fellowships

Guttman Amplifies Access Through Open Educational Resource Initiative

June 24, 2022 | Academics, Faculty

Guttman Lecturer is Jeopardy! Contestant

June 22, 2022 | Faculty

Guttman Hosts Its First Year Experience (FYE) Summer Institute

June 20, 2022 | Academics, Events, Faculty, First Year Experience, Publication

LIRT News Selects Guttman Professors’ Article as One of Top 20 for 2021

May 23, 2022 | Academics, Faculty, In the Media, Publication, Research

Library Instruction Roundtable has selected an article by Guttman Professors Meagan Lacy and Alexandra Hamlett as one of the Top 20 instruction articles published in 2021. The LIRT Top-20 Committee reviews the library instruction literature from the previous year and identifies the twenty best instruction articles of that year. Professors Lacy and Hamlett’s article, “Librarians, step out of the classroom!: How improved faculty-led IL instruction improves student learning,” was originally published in Reference Services Review.

Guttman Professor Named STEM Pedagogy Institute Fellow

May 4, 2022 | Academics, Faculty, Fellowship, Research, STEM

The Teaching and Learning Center’s STEM Pedagogy Institute (SPI) has named Professor Jihyun Kim, Assistant Professor of Science at Guttman Community College, a fellow for summer 2022. SPI serves to engage with critical issues associated with STEM-related disciplines and fields. More specifically, SPI seeks to attract, support, and retain ethnic, racial, and gender minorities. Methodical and empathetic pedagogical approaches can help students from underrepresented groups develop deeper connections to STEM inquiry. In the process, students can envision diverse futures made possible by STEM learning.