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As a founding member of The Grateful Dead, Lesh is well known for his virtuous bass playing and ability to improvise, but before he started that long strange trip he spent many years studying music. You can listen to a rare recording of Phil Lesh on trumpet with San Mateo College Jazz Band from April 4, 1959.

CSM recently completed its annual survey of satisfaction levels of its students, faculty and staff. Once again, results are overwhelmingly positive: satisfaction levels range from 84 percent – 100 percent for students, staff, and faculty and administrators.

College of San Mateo is pleased to announce Paul Hankamp as the first Distance Education (DE) Coordinator for the institution. Paul has been a biology faculty member at CSM since 2011. In addition to traditional lecture and lab courses, he teaches web-assisted and fully online courses.

President Mike Claire announced the appointment of Dr. Hilary Goodkind, who has worked with CSM as a consultant, as Interim Dean of Planning, Research, and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE), as of December 4.

Spring semester is always a busy time of year. If you are planning an event anytime between January and May 2018, please send information (even if not finalized) to the Community Relations & Marketing office

The Library will be offering FREE coffee, tea, hot cocoa and snacks in the evenings and de-stress activities.

The next time you take a walk around the campus to enjoy the fall weather, check out the current exhibits of student art.

Over 400 high school jazz musicians from Contra Costa, San Mateo, San Francisco, and Santa Clara counties were on display. The studentsĀ had the opportunity to perform, share musical experiences, and learn from nationally recognized jazz artists and educators.

President Claire welcomed the attendees and stated that housing is major concern for students, faculty and staff. Don Horsley, San Mateo County Board President, openedĀ the program, and an introduction was done by Michael Lane, HLC Board President, followed by a keynote address by Steven Sust, Child Psychiatry Co-Chief Fellow at Stanford.

Roach completed a fellowship at Stanford Global Studies in June 2016. The fellowship allowed her the opportunity to reenvision her introduction to research course so that it reflects the global nature of the information ecosystem and acknowledges the inequity within it.