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College of San Mateo could smell victory with just over a minute reaming in in Saturday’s California Community College Athletic Association state football title game at Sacramento City College’s Hughes Stadium Saturday afternoon.

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.

As Coach Larry Owens finishes up his last year at CSM, the CSM Bulldogs have gone all the way to the final contest. The Bulldogs will take on Fullerton College for the 2017 State Championship title on Saturday, December 9.

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.

A new College of San Mateo program promoting science, technology, engineering and math education is trying to open the door for some students typically shut out of the region’s wealth of desirable jobs.

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 CARE/CalWORKs, and Child Development Center programs, with the assistance of the EOPS Club, would like to make the holidays shine a little brighter for 30 College of San Mateo students and their families … and you can help!