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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.

Project Change student leader and CSM ambassador, Nick Jasso, had the great privilege of addressing Governor Jerry Brown and spoke regarding the need by our state and community colleges to recognize youth in the justice system as young people in need of pathways to higher education.

Larry Owens will coach his last regular season home football game at College of San Mateo on Saturday, Nov. 4 at 1pm, against Santa Rosa JC. All former CSM football players are invited to return to College Heights Stadium for the special day, which will also feature a post-game private gathering at the College Center for gridiron alumni following the game. 

The attendees had the opportunity to form into teams and compete in a cybersecurity competition. Two of CSM’s teams won the cybersecurity competition among 25 teams in the Bay Area. The third CSM team got to the “finish line” soon thereafter, making CSM the first college in the Bay Area where all teams staved off the simulated cyber-threats in the allotted time!

A house designed and built by William Whiffler, former CSM professor of architecture, has been entered into the National Register of Historic Places.

Five career programs from College of San Mateo’s Division of Business & Technology were recognized with “Star” status by the California Strong Workforce initiative.

KCSM programmer Jesse “Chuy” Varela is the 2017 recipient of JazzWeek’s Bobby Jackson Award, which recognizes a jazz programmer’s professionalism, programming abilities, and contribution to jazz radio.

The first full eclipse since 1979 created a huge buzz among sky-gazers across the country, and more than 2,000 people gathered at College of San Mateo to view the eclipse on August 21st.

Hundreds of local amateur astronomy fans looking to catch a clear glimpse of the full solar eclipse washed across the College of San Mateo campus, where enthusiasm for the rare event was palpable.

The San Mateo Community College District has partnered with Apple Inc. as the Cupertino-based tech giant expands its app development curriculum to community colleges.