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  • Professor Named to One of NJ Governor-Elect’s Transition Committees

    November 20, 2017

    Mary Gatta, Associate Professor of Sociology, is one of approximately 500 individuals New Jersey Governor-elect Philip D. Murphy has named to 14 transition committees. They will undertake the policy analysis and recommendations on a host of state issues and initiatives as the new administration prepares to take office in January 2018. Professor Gatta will serve […]

  • Report Co-Authored by Guttman Professor Released by the UCLA Civil Rights Project

    November 17, 2017

    Ryan W. Coughlan, Guttman Assistant Professor of Sociology, is a co-author of a report outlining the growing school segregation crisis in New Jersey. The report was released by the UCLA Civil Rights Project and picked up by news outlets. “New Jersey’s Segregated Schools: Trends and Paths Forward,” written by Gary Orfield, UCLA, Civil Rights Project; Jongyeon Ee, UCLA, […]

  • Guttman Students Find Connections with Local Author

    November 15, 2017

    On November 13, author and lawyer Elizabeth Jaikaran discussed her new collection of short stories and ran a creative writing workshop in two upper level English courses taught by Guttman Associate Professor Nicola Blake, PhD. Students enjoyed the unique opportunity to meet and interact with an acclaimed, local author whose heritage closely resembles many of […]

  • OPCE Launches New Career Panel Series

    November 15, 2017

    The Office of Partnerships & Community Engagement launched its first Career Panel series this fall.  Patricia Payano, Senior Career Advisor, collaborated with the Program Coordinators and other areas of the College to create the series. The panels are geared to helping students learn more about possible careers within their programs of study. The first career […]

  • Guttman Students Compete in National Fed Challenge

    November 15, 2017

    On November 1, 2017, six Guttman students enrolled in Professor Seth and Professor Buttet’s macroeconomics course competed in the Maiden Lane division of the Fed Challenge. The College Fed Challenge, sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, is a competition designed to bring real world economics into the classroom. During the competition, teams […]

  • Student Travelers Share Their Research from Ecuador During “Global Guttman Presents: A Night in the Chocó”

    November 13, 2017

    In July 2017, eight Guttman Community College students accompanied by Professor Derek Tesser traveled throughout Ecuador to explore the Itapoa Reserve as part of the Global Guttman initiative. On November 9th, students presented their multifaceted research on deforestation, endemic/new species and conservation, and shared memories of the unforgettable trip at a special evening event–Global Guttman […]

  • Guttman Students Talk Leadership and Negotiating Workplaces at City College of New York

    October 31, 2017

    On a balmy fall day, students in the Liberal Arts and Sciences major Internship elective met in the Provost’s Conference room at The City College of New York with Celia Lloyd, Assistant Vice President for Academic Momentum and Student Success. AVP Lloyd spoke to students about building the ladder of success through strategic choices and […]

  • College Welcomes New Faculty for 2017-2018 Academic Year

    October 18, 2017

    Guttman is proud to welcome 12 new faculty members for the 2017-2018 academic year: Shadisadat Ghaderi, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, earned her Ph.D. in mathematics from West Virginia University (WVU), and her M.Sc. in mathematics from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. Her research interests include combinatorics, graph theory, matroid theory, and their applications. Her […]

  • Fall 2017 All-College Faculty-Staff Meeting Focuses on Student Perspectives, Strategic Plan

    October 12, 2017

    On October 10, Guttman faculty, staff, and administrators gathered for the semi-annual All-College Faculty-Staff Meeting. All-campus gatherings are a College tradition where the community gathers to exchange ideas, deepen and better understand Guttman’s culture and practices, and identify areas for improvement. President Scott E. Evenbeck opened the session by noting several College milestones, including the […]

  • Faculty Scholarship: Summer 2017

    October 12, 2017

      Marla A. Sole, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, has published “Financial education: Increase your purchasing power” in the September 2017 issue of Mathematics Teacher.  The article is an outgrowth of her work linking research and practice.  In the article, Dr. Sole discusses the importance of students today being financially literate, which in large part depends […]