Academics

Guttman Students Participate in First-Year Pilot Program with The New York Times

March 26, 2014 | Academics

During the Fall 1, 2013 semester, first-year Guttman students in House Three began working with the New York Times as part of a campus partnership developed in spring 2013. The collaboration allowed students to have full access to daily articles in the Times through  a number of different outlets, including online, email, and social media, […]

Pilot Program Brings Working Artists to the Classroom

March 13, 2014 | Academics

During the Fall II session, the Artist in Residence pilot program was held as part of the Arts in New York City course. Coordinated by Assistant Professor of English Lori Ungemah, three different artists were hired to lead three sections of this class. The program’s goal was for students to learn directly from artists about […]

Guttman Students Participate in Program with Pfizer Inc.

March 6, 2014 | Academics, Career Development, Student Feature, Technology

On Tuesday, February 26, Guttman second-year students Richard Davila, Kristine Anne Perez and Adesh Ramcharitar got an insider’s view of the mobile technology field by shadowing Kris Acharya, Director, Mobile Engagement Lead,  and other members of the Mobile team at Pfizer Inc., Mobile Center of Excellence, Business Technology. The Guttman students were the first to […]

Guttman Community College Welcomes Distinguished Staff Members

February 24, 2014 | Academics, Advancement, President's Office

Guttman Community College is pleased to celebrate the appointment of Dr. Larian Angelo, Vice President of Administration and Finance, and to welcome distinguished staff members Dr. Kathleen Sullivan Alioto, Consulting Vice President of Development, and Dr. Joan M. Lucariello, Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Since joining the Senior Staff in March 2012, […]

Guttman Student Takes ‘Virtual Journey’ Through Second Life

February 21, 2014 | Academics, Research, Student Feature

First-year Guttman student Austin Ochoa has created and engaged in Second Life since October 2013 as part of an undergraduate, independent research project. Facilitating this work is Instructor Chet Jordan, who prompted Austin to write an ethnography (research designed to explore individuals and cultures) by talking to different people in Second Life and has allowed […]

Guttman Recognizes Recent Faculty Achievements

February 6, 2014 | Academics, Research

Guttman Community College is proud to recognize the important recent accomplishments of faculty members: Parviz Kermani, Professor of Information Technology, will be the co-guest editor with Professor John Silvester, the University of Southern California, for the June 2014 issue of Computer Networks journal. Computer Networks is one of the most prestigious publications in the networking […]

Information Technology Student Selected for Paid Internship at the Department of Education

January 28, 2014 | Academics, Student Feature

Argelis Jerez, a Guttman second-year student, has been hired as a paid intern at the Department of Education through the CUNY IT Internship Program. Argelis, who is studying Information Technology at Guttman, will begin his internship in the Spring I session. During the fall of 2013, Ms. Kim Wang, Senior Project Director of CUNY IT […]

Guttman Celebrates Opening of New Science Labs

January 21, 2014 | Academics, Events

On January 16, 2013, Guttman students, faculty and staff attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of the College’s two new science labs focused on the physical and life sciences. The new labs were designed to meet the needs of students and to best fit the courses offered in the College’s core curriculum. , […]

Students Study Sustainability Issues for City Seminar Final Project

December 17, 2013 | Academics

During the end of the Fall I semester, first-year students in the City Seminar I course gave presentations as part of their final projects based on the theme of maintaining a sustainable New York City. Students in House I, for example, were given a scenario-based assignment to reconstruct New York’s infrastructure after a catastrophic seismic […]

Guttman’s Dean of Academic Affairs Publishes New Book and Research Articles

December 16, 2013 | Academics, Research

Reuben Mikhael Castagno, Dean of Academic Affairs at Guttman Community College, has published The Psychology of Cinematic Popular Culture and Educators’ Reflective Practices (Bentham Science, 2014). This is an important and crucial work in the systematic study of educators’ cinematic reflections and explores to what extent they can be interpreted in terms of the theoretical […]

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