Guttman Community College was one of the featured community colleges in the University Business (October 2015) article: Paving the Path to College Completion: How community colleges can reorganize programs to focus on the end goal of getting to graduation and a successful career.
On September 21 Associate Professor of Sociology Mary Gatta was interviewed on KCBS radio, San Francisco, about the major provision of the Fair Pay Act prohibiting wage discrimination based on sex, race, or national origin among employees for work in “equivalent jobs.” These are jobs deemed equivalent in skill, effort, responsibility, and working conditions, even […]
Guttman 2015 graduate Richard Sance is featured in the Pacific Standard article The Future of Work: To Help Workers, Fix Our Community Colleges.
On July 23, Molly Vollman Makris, Assistant Professor of Urban Studies at Guttman Community College, discussed the ramifications of school choice in Hoboken on NJTV News. The interview was based on research Professor Makris conducted as part of her new book, Public Housing and School Choice in a Gentrified City: Youth Experiences in a Gentrified […]
Thomas Bailey, Director of the Community College Research Center at Teachers College, Columbia University, praises Guttman Community College’s new approach to community college education in his Washington Post (May 11, 2015) opinion piece.
The City University of New York partnered with The Dream U.S. Foundation last year to provide scholarships to undocumented students who have filed for temporary legal status. On May 5 The Dream U.S. founder and former Washington Post owner Donald Graham and hedge fund manager Bill Ackman announced at the CUNY Graduate Center in Midtown […]
Crain’s New York Business (March 24, 2015) features CUNY’s ASAP program and Guttman Community College in a piece about how community colleges are trying to get more students to graduate. Read online: Trying to get community-school students to graduation (CUNY ASAP Program) No more waiting for education results (Guttman)
Capital New York publishes Scaling up intimacy at CUNY: The Guttman Community College experiment, an article explaining the Guttman model and how it is scaling up.
The Center for Community College Student Engagement (CCCSE) has just released A Matter of Degrees: Practices to Pathways, the third in a series of reports that focuses on identifying and promoting high impact practices at community colleges. The series is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Lumina Foundation. The new report […]
The Chronicle of Higher Education showcases Guttman’s supportive first-year educational model as part of its Diversity in Academe 2014 feature. Read more… Printer Friendly Version