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  • Guttman Faculty Part of “Reflections on Identity” Photography Exhibit

    March 21, 2019

    The “Reflections on Identity” photography exhibition opened in February at Jamestown Community College’s Weeks Gallery. Professor Valdon (Tau) Battice is one of several award-winning photographers of diverse backgrounds whose work in portraiture, documentary, and collage techniques is on display at the gallery. 

  • “Leadership, Peace & Self-Love” Panel Celebrates Women Entrepreneurs

    March 18, 2019

    On Wednesday, March 13th, Guttman Community College hosted “Leadership, Peace & Self-Love,” a panel discussion in honor of Women’s History Month. The panelists, three female Latina entrepreneurs, discussed their career journeys, the importance of networking, and shared tips on self-care with the captive audience.

  • Guttman Faculty Writes Essay on Teaching “the Canon” to Contemporary Students

    March 12, 2019

    In the essay, “Time”, Guttman Community College Professor Ria Banerjee reflects on the changes that contemporary gender activism has wrought upon so-called canonical poems like T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land.

  • Faculty Scholarship – Scholarly Publications, Research Grants, and Presentations

    March 11, 2019

    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 Community College Student Honored as Newman Civic Fellow

    March 8, 2019

    Campus Compact, a Boston-based non-profit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education, has announced the 262 students who will make up the organization’s 2019-2020 cohort of Newman Civic Fellows, including Guttman student Gugeeta Cheetram.

  • Guttman Faculty and Staff Participate in “Developing Racial Literacy: A Foundation to Sustaining Culturally Relevant Pedagogy” Workshop

    March 7, 2019

    Dr. Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz (Teachers College, Columbia University) presented a multimodal workshop, Developing Racial Literacy: A Foundation to Sustaining Culturally Relevant Pedagogy, to Guttman OAA staff and faculty, OSE staff, and administrators on February 26th.

  • Students Participate in College’s First Oral History Project

    March 5, 2019

      The Guttman Community College Undergraduate Scholars Oral Histories Collection officially launched on March 5 with a reception honoring four Guttman first-year students who conducted oral history interviews in Adjunct Professor Samuel Roger Finesurrey’s City Seminar course: Stephanie Brown, Virginia Fuentes, Jay Mercado, and Dawney Wilson. The digital exhibit is part of an Oral History […]

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

    March 1, 2019

    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 Faculty Publishes New Article on “Hydrocarbon Fuel from Brown Grease…”

    February 28, 2019

    Dr. Jihyun Kim, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, published a new article looking at the pyrolysis of brown grease that has been shown to produce kerosene-like hydrocarbons.  The paper investigated the parameters of reaction temperature and time as brown grease was preheated and held at a set of temperatures before the distillation of the kerosene-like hydrocarbons.

  • Dr. Shadisadat Ghaderi, Assistant Professor of Mathematics

    February 28, 2019

    “My first hope is that [my students] do not leave [my class] with math anxiety… that they see the application of what they learned in society, in practice.”

    Assistant Professor of Mathematics Dr. Shadisadat Ghaderi seamlessly combines the scholarly and abstract with the pedagogical and practical. With her Ph.D. in the combinatorics branch of pure mathematics, Dr. Ghaderi is working on what she calls “the most important open problem” in her field, the matroid intersection conjecture proposed in 1990.