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  • Guttman Professors and Students Present at EDxED 2018 NYC Conference

    June 11, 2018

    Guttman Community College Professors Marla A. Sole, Tracy Daraviras, and Rodrigo Lobo along with Diana Zechowski, Career Strategist, and students Thomas Jones, Sheuly Begum and Angie Cordoba gave a presentation on June 7 at the EDxED 2018 NYC Professional Learning Conference, for Educators by Educators. The talk, entitled Setting Students Up to Succeed: How Collaborative […]

  • Professor Discusses Child-Welfare System Inequities in Article

    June 5, 2018

    Andrea Morrell, Assistant Professor of Urban Studies and Anthropology, participated on a May 15 panel at The New School sponsored by the nonprofit Child Welfare Organizing Project. The event addressed the connections between mass incarceration and the child-welfare system. A May 24 article in The Nation, For Women of Color, the Child-Welfare System Functions Like […]

  • Guttman Student Conducts Ethnographic Research in Belize

    May 29, 2018

    Tasreen Rahman, an Urban Studies major and part of the CUNY Research Scholars Program (CRSP), traveled to Belize in April with Professor Kristina Baines to conduct field research on perceptions of happiness in a rural Maya community in southern Belize. She conducted participant observation and semi-formal ethnographic interviews and also co-facilitated a PAR workshop with […]

  • Human Services Program Holds Fourth Annual Fieldwork Recognition Ceremony

    May 22, 2018

    On May 21, 2018, the Human Services program held its fourth annual Fieldwork Recognition Ceremony. The event honored the student interns who achieved an important milestone in their academic careers– completing 250 hours of field placements. The agencies that hosted the students during the fall 2017 and spring 2018 semesters were also acknowledged. Please see the […]

  • Guttman’s First Pulitzer Fellow Writes about China Travel Experience

    May 21, 2018

    Argentina Maria Vanderhorst, an Urban Studies major who traveled to China with the Global Guttman program in April 2018, is Guttman’s first Pulitzer Fellow. She wrote an insightful article about why Chinese women now delay starting a family that the Pulitzer Center published on May 15. Last year the College began a partnership with the […]

  • Meet Guttman’s Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2018

    May 16, 2018

    Guttman Community College is proud to announce its Valedictorian, Manny Haike, and Salutatorian, Tatiana Paulino, for the 2018 graduating class. Both students embody perseverance, dedication, and a strong desire to succeed and both will continue their studies in the fall.   Valedictorian Menahem (Manny) Haike was born in New York, grew up in Israel, and […]

  • College Ceremony Celebrates Student Achievement

    May 15, 2018

    On May, 10, 2018, Guttman Community College held the 2018 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. Please review the complete list of student award and recognition recipients. Please visit the ceremony’s photo album.

  • #MeToo @ Guttman – A Sexual Assault Awareness Event

    May 8, 2018

    In recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Office of Student Conduct at Guttman Community College in collaboration with Jeenie Yoon of NYC Alliance and the Guttman Women’s Resource Center presented the documentary play “A Bad Night” on April 19, 2018. The event, titled #MeToo @Guttman, recognized the empowering effect of the National #MeToo Movement. […]

  • Professor Co-Authors Study about New Jersey School Integration

    May 1, 2018

    Ryan W. Coughlan, Guttman Assistant Professor of Sociology, is co-author with Paul Tractenberg, Rutgers University School of Law, of a five-year report: The New Promise of School Integration and the Old Problem of Extreme Segregation: An Action Plan for New Jersey. This study on integration in New Jersey’s public schools, issued by the Center on Diversity […]

  • Stamping Out Despair: Guttman Students Find Meaning in Service Learning Activity

    April 26, 2018

      Imagine being held in immigrant detention and having no way to communicate with anyone outside of the detention facility? On April 24, 150 students led by Rebecca Walker, Professor of Mathematics, and April Burns, Assistant Professor of Psychology, partnered with First Friends of New Jersey and New York to create and assemble 400 writing […]