• 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

    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.

  • Dr. Tashana Samuel, Assistant Professor of Psychology

    January 6, 2020

    “My students are deserving of the wonderful opportunities that life has to offer, even if they have to demand a seat at the table.”

    “Lean into the present and don’t waste time” are tenets of Dr. Tashana Samuel’s proactive philosophy, words by which she lives. A child psychologist specializing in cognitive development, Dr. Samuel holds a Ph.D. from the CUNY Graduate Center, with research experience including a longitudinal study at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital Center under Drs. Catherine Monk and Laraine McDonough. Since becoming Assistant Professor of Psychology at Guttman in 2015, Dr. Samuel is simultaneously teaching Statistics in the First-Year Experience and Introduction to Psychology in the Liberal Arts and Sciences – Humanities and Social Sciences Program of Study; conducting research on “techniques to alleviate academic anxiety in community college students”; publishing the promising findings in an article co-authored with fellow Guttman faculty Dr. Jared Warner; and sharing their pedagogical impact in service of our students. Also involved in expanding psychology course offerings at the College, she is excited to teach Guttman’s upcoming first iteration of Child Psychology.

  • It Only Takes a SPARK

    December 20, 2019

    Guttman SPARK (Students Promoting Attitudes of Kindness and Respect) Club had a flurry of activities this semester that held true to its purpose and objectives. The SPARK Club aims to give all Guttman students an opportunity to enhance campus climate and to engage in positive behaviors that promote a sense of community and belonging.

  • Professor Maggie Dickinson Publishes Article on SNAP Cuts in The Atlantic

    December 12, 2019

    Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies Maggie Dickinson’s article about the consequences of cutting SNAP benefits for families has been published in The Atlantic.

  • Guttman as Example of College Catering to New Generation of Students

    December 10, 2019

    Diverse Issues in Higher Education profiled Guttman Community College as a school practicing an innovative approach to serving students.

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

    December 9, 2019

    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.

  • Professor Mary Gatta Publishes Op-Ed on Economic Security of Retail Workers

    December 9, 2019 published Associate Professor of Sociology Mary Gatta’s op-ed titled, “Retail workers deserve economic security.”

  • Scott E. Evenbeck, Founding President of Stella and Charles Guttman Community College, Announces Retirement

    December 5, 2019

    Scott E. Evenbeck, Founding President of Stella and Charles Guttman Community College, announced that he will retire at the end of June 2020.

  • Chief Librarian Amy Beth Presents at the Open Education Global Conference in Italy

    December 4, 2019

    Guttman Chief Librarian Amy Beth, along with CUNY colleagues Ann Fiddler, CUNY Office of Library Services; Jean Amaral and Gina Cherry, Borough of Manhattan Community College, gave a presentation at the Open Education Global Conference in Milan, Italy, titled, “Open Platforms for Open Educational Resources” on November 28.

  • Cesarina Checo Is Helping Change the System

    November 26, 2019

    Cesarino Checo really enjoys helping others, and her experience at Guttman helped her make that realization. She is a second-year Liberal Arts & Sciences – Social Sciences and Humanities track student, and a Student Government Association Senator. Cesarina humbly admits that she holds a 3.9 GPA. During her first year at Guttman, she made her college experience all about academics, but a service-learning requirement in a philosophy class taught by Professor Claire King changed her perspective and made her see that being involved in other ways can affect positive change on a larger scale.