Guttman Community College has been a partner with the CUNY Humanities Alliance since 2020.
Humanities Programming Development
Guttman has a robust calendar of co- and extra-curricular humanities programming occurring throughout the academic year. Fellows may work closely with current Humanities Alliance team members and other campus partners to develop and execute student-facing programs relevant to campus needs. Projects are designed to suit individual interests and may include, but are not limited to, planning and executing Heritage Month and Poetry Month themed events, academic skills workshops, our annual film series, and a campus-wide Big Read program.
Mentored Humanities Experiential Learning
Fellows may be embedded in a course or integrated into ongoing faculty-led campus projects suited to their interests and expertise. Fellows may work closely with faculty to support course design and develop new co-curricular supports as needed. Projects are designed to suit individual interests and may include, but are not limited to, developing student-facing workshops tied to specific courses, conducting pedagogic research with a disciplinary focus, and working with a faculty member to develop or sustain an external partnership for the college.
Guttman CC Partners
2022-2023: Laura Clarke, Assistant Professor, English; Thomas Philipose, Lecturer, English
2020-2022, 2023-2025: Ria Banerjee, Associate Professor, English