Guttman Community College is featured in The New York Times article (June 22): Revamping Community Colleges to Improve Graduation Rates.
Guttman’s Student Government Association’s Passing of the Torch Ceremony was held June 20 as a formal transition from the current 2015-2016 SGA board to the newly-elected 2016-2017 board. Over 130 students voted in the May election. Nate Mickelson, Assistant Professor of English, led the formal oath of office for the incoming SGA board members, who […]
Carol Geary Schneider, President of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), will be the recipient of the President’s Medal at Guttman Community College’s 2016 commencement on June 23. The President’s Medal honors those whose work or generosity has supported the College in an extraordinary way. “Carol has been a good friend to the […]
Since 2011, long before the College opened, President Scott Evenbeck has made providing internships a core long term goal to ensure students have contextualized work experiences that build on the learning outcomes of both the general education and major courses they take at Guttman Community College. Three of the five majors at the College offer […]
Stella and Charles Guttman Community College, The City University of New York’s newest community college, will hold its third and largest commencement ceremony on June 23 at The Town Hall, 123 West 43rd Street, from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 176 students will be graduating with associate degrees. Along with celebrating student achievement and a commitment to […]
On June 8, 2016, the Human Services Program celebrated its Second Annual Recognition Ceremony. Students who successfully completed 250 hours of fieldwork in a variety of human services agencies were honored with certificates of completion. Fieldwork instructors were recognized for their significant contributions to the education of Guttman students. In attendance were agency leaders, supervisors, […]
Guttman’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society chapter—Beta Phi Gamma—held its student induction ceremony on June 9. Phi Theta Kappa is an international organization that recognizes and encourages scholarship among two-year college students. Guttman President Scott E. Evenbeck was the featured guest speaker and Chet Jordan, Instructor of English, was master of ceremonies. There were 32 […]
Guttman held its annual Faculty Scholarship Showcase on June 7 to celebrate the faculty’s scholarly achievements. Six Ignite presentations showcased the breadth of scholarship in a variety of genres, including books, peer-reviewed journals, and conference presentations: Karla Fuller, Nicole Saint-Louis, Naveen Seth Curriculum Integration: The Experience of Three Founding Faculty at a New Community College […]
Huddled together at the New York Port Authority Bus Terminal at 5:20 am on June 2, 2016, were seven Guttman students as they prepared for the four-hour drive to the American Association of University Women (AAUW) NCCWSL conference at the University of Maryland, College Park. In these faces are the hopes and promises of a […]
Kristina Baines, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, has recently published Embodying Ecological Heritage in a Maya Community: Health, Happiness, and Identity (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016). The book provides an ethnographic account of life in a rural farming village in southern Belize, focusing on the connections between traditional ecological practices and the health and wellness of the […]
IF CHRISTINA WIRSING (Guttman Community College, ’16) had not always liked children, she might have had a hard time as she was growing up. After all, her mother owns a day care center and her normal summer employment involves being a counselor at a camp, where she teaches arts and crafts to children. Luckily, youngsters always delighted her.
Alia Tyner-Mullings, Guttman Community College When CUNY announced it would be opening an innovative new community college in 2011, Alia Tyner-Mullings knew she wanted to be part of it. The college, now Guttman Community College, was conceived to try new approaches to help students graduate and move on to four-year colleges — “a multimillion dollar experiment […]
Throughout the month of March, Guttman Community College held several events in celebration of Women’s History Month. The final event was a symposium on Thursday, March 31, at 6:30 p.m. entitled “We Should All Be Feminists: Feminism and Masculinity in the Age of Beyoncé and Drake.” Along with Guttman students, faculty and staff, there were […]
Cecilia Mendez, a first-year generation student majoring in Urban Studies, has been selected as a 2016 Newman Civic Fellow for her demonstrated commitment to public leadership and her community. Student leaders across the country like Cecilia are nominated for using their college experiences to better understand themselves, the root causes of social issues, and effective […]
On March 19, Enya Lorimer, a Liberal Arts and Sciences major, represented Guttman at the 2016 CUNY New York State Model Senate Project. Students debated the issue of paid family care leave. The Model Senate Session, now in its 20th year, is designed to provide CUNY SOMOS student participants a unique opportunity to develop leadership […]
Guttman students Luz Cepeda, a Human Services major, and Christina Wirsing, a Liberal Arts and Sciences major, were among 14 CUNY students to receive the 2016 Phi Theta Kappa All-New York Academic Awards at the New York State Museum in Albany on March 8. Both students also received certificates of recognition from their respective New […]
The Women of Gratitude, Resilience, Integrity, and Talent (GRIT) mentorship program held its second annual kickoff event for incoming mentors and mentees on February 23. Mentors for the 2016-2017 academic year are women who have excelled in their careers and have a deep commitment to service. The GRIT program welcomes Lisa Bova-Hiatt, Executive Director, NY […]
Guttman Associate Professor of Sociology Mary Gatta has published a compelling op-ed in the Asbury Park Press based on her research on restaurant workers.
Guttman Community College is among five community colleges featured on the Community College Challenge series produced by WNYC’s The Takeaway with John Hockenberry. The Community College Challenge showcases the diversity of community colleges, the role they play in advancing opportunity, and the challenges they and their students face. Using a City as An Innovative Teaching […]
The College celebrated the opening of the new Student Food Pantry in partnership with the Single Stop office and the Food Bank for New York City on March 15. A special ceremony was held in the Atrium. Charles H. Pryor, II, Dean of Student Engagement, welcomed attendees and stressed the importance of having a food […]