Guttman Holds First All-College Faculty-Staff Meeting

January 23, 2014 | Events

On January 15 Guttman Community College held its first All-College Faculty-Staff Meeting. The college-wide event kicked off in the Information Commons with a State-of-the-College address by President Scott E. Evenbeck. He praised the faculty and administration’s continued efforts to focus on student learning and success and the importance of building on students’ strengths as they […]

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. , […]

Guttman Closed January 3, 2014, Due to Severe Weather Conditions

January 3, 2014 | Events

Guttman Community College is closed today-January 3, 2014- due to severe weather conditions. All classes have been cancelled and the college building at 50 West 40th Street is closed. The City University of New York (CUNY) is also closed today.

Guttman Student Selected to Participate in the Edward T. Rogowsky Internship Program

December 23, 2013 | Student Feature

Ms. Talia Arif, a Guttman second-year student, has been selected to participate in the Caucus CUNY Scholars Program, a local internship program for students who are interested in the service of the New York State Legislature. Talia will take part in the prestigious Edward T. Rogowsky (ETR) Internship Program in Government and Public Affairs: Black, […]

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 […]

The Hellenic American Bankers Association Donates to Office of Partnerships & Community Engagement

December 12, 2013 | Events

On December 5, 2013, the Hellenic American Bankers Association (HABA) in collaboration with the Office of Partnerships & Community Engagement (OPCE), hosted a networking event and panel discussion titled Show Me the Money: Film Production featuring Sophia Antonini and Stavroula Toska from Orama Pictures and Entertainment Attorney and  Independent Film Producer George Stephanopoulos. Vice President […]

Cutrone Wins Award for Excellence in IT Service

December 10, 2013 | Awards, Technology

On December 5 Jason Cutrone was presented the CUNY Campus Award for Excellence in Service for exemplary IT work on behalf of Guttman Community College during 2013. This was one of four CUNY Excellence in Technology Awards presented to recognize achievement and excellence in the use of information technology across CUNY.  These awards acknowledge IT […]

New York Needs You Presents at College’s Industry Insiders on Liberal Arts

December 6, 2013 | Academics, Events

On November 21, 2013, New York Needs You (NYNY), in collaboration with the Office of Partnerships & Community Engagement, held an Industry Insider event focused on the Liberal Arts. This Industry Insiders is the first of five workshops to be held for students to meet professionals from different industries related to the majors offered at […]

Using Social Networking Technology to Facilitate Global Collaboration

December 3, 2013 | Academics, Technology

Learning communities, reflection, ePortfolios and collaboration are central to Guttman Community College’s educational model. By leveraging Guttman’s high tech environment, an authentic learning experience in global collaboration was recently conducted to enhance student learning outcomes in Instructor Katie Wilson’s Sociology class. The Information Commons utilizes Mediascape technology that integrates furniture and technology to allow students […]

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