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Dr. Ria Banerjee Awarded National Endowment for the Humanities Grant

May 1, 2020 | Academics, Awards, Faculty, Grants, Humanities and Social Sciences, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Publication, Research

Assistant Professor of English Dr. Ria Banerjee has been awarded a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities grant. The Summer Stipend supports the completion of Dr. Banerjee’s book Drafty Houses: Modernist Fiction and Spatiality, looking at the work of E. M. Forster, Virginia Woolf, and T. S. Eliot.

Guttman Leadership and Faculty Awarded NSF HSI Program Grant to Improve STEM Outcomes

March 24, 2020 | Academics, Faculty, Grants, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Research, STEM

Associate Dean of Academic Programs and Planning Niesha Ziehmke, Associate Professor of Biology Karla Fuller, and Assistant Professor of Information Technology Dalvin Hill have been awarded the National Science Foundation Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Hispanic Serving Institutions (HIS Program) grant for their project, “Testing the Impact of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Streamline Transfer Support on STEM Success for Underrepresented Students.”

Guttman Professor Receives CUNY ICCRG Grant to Organize Conference on Climate Change Education

March 18, 2020 | Academics, Awards, Conference Presentation, Faculty, Grants, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Research

Guttman Lecturer of Biology Derek Tesser is a co-PI on a proposed CUNY Conference on Climate Change Education, awarded a $10,000 CUNY Interdisciplinary Climate Crisis Research Grant (ICCRG). The conference, planned for the fall, will bring together K-16 educators from the NYC regional area to discuss how to better teach climate change to a wide audience.

Guttman Becomes Part of the CUNY Humanities Alliance as $3.15 Million Mellon Foundation Grant Goes to The Graduate Center, CUNY to Support Humanities Teaching Initiative

January 15, 2020 | Academics, Grants, Humanities and Social Sciences

The grant funds partnerships between The Graduate Center and four CUNY community colleges and supports 28 doctoral fellowships aimed at enhancing opportunities for students to engage with the humanities.

Assistant Professor Nicole Kras Receives League for Innovation in the Community College Grant

December 9, 2019 | Academics, Awards, Faculty, Grants, Human Services

Assistant Professor of Human Services Nicole Kras has been awarded The League for Innovation in the Community College National Public Health Week/World Health Day grant.

Dr. Banerjee Awarded MLA Humanities Innovation Course Development Grant

November 15, 2019 | Awards, Faculty, Grants, Liberal Arts and Sciences

Assistant Professor of English and Program Coordinator of Liberal Arts and Sciences Ria Banerjee has been awarded a Modern Language Association (MLA) humanities innovation course development grant. The award will advance a project titled, “Colonialism Today: The Legacy of Colonialism and New York City’s Migrant Populations.”

Professor Publishes Research on Practicing Mindfulness to Combat Math Anxiety in the Classroom

October 4, 2019 | Academics, Faculty, Grants, Publication, Research

Assistant Professor of Psychology Tashana Samuel has published an article titled, “I Can Math!”: Reducing Math Anxiety and Increasing Math Self-Efficacy using a Mindfulness and Growth Mindset-Based Intervention in First-Year Students” in the Community College Journal of Research and Practice. Professor Samuel’s research investigated the effect of embedding a combined mindfulness and growth mindset intervention within a required first-year, two-semester developmental statistics course. Results from the study indicate that this new approach not only reduced math anxiety, but had also increased math self-efficacy in a sample of college students.

Faculty Scholarship – Scholarly Publications, Research Grants, and Presentations

March 11, 2019 | Academics, Faculty, First Year Experience, Grants, Human Services, Humanities and Social Sciences, Information Technology, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Publication, Research

During the fall of 2018, Guttman Community College faculty have continued to expand their published scholarship, earn distinguished awards and grants, and present their estimable research.

Guttman Faculty Appointed to Lead Curriculum-Building Project by the National Institutes of Health- National Human Genomic Research Institute.

March 1, 2019 | Faculty, Fellowships, Grants, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Research

Dr. Karla Fuller, Associate Professor of Biology and Program Coordinator of Liberal Arts and Sciences-STEM, has been selected to lead a microbiome curriculum-building project by the National Institutes of Health – National Human Genomic Research Institute (NIH-NHGRI).  Dr. Fuller will lead a team of 2 high school teachers, four community college faculty and 2 NHFRI researchers to create open access research based curriculum modules focusing on the microbiome. 

Guttman Professor Part of $550,000 Mellon Foundation Grant to Study Transfer

December 18, 2018 | Awards, Faculty, Grants, Research

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