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Revolutionize your thinking with PLSC 320: Latin American Politics! CRN 43618

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San Mateo Daily Journal: Cañada makes statement with win over CCSF

San Mateo Daily Journal: Cañada makes statement with win over CCSF

By Terry Bernal Daily Journal


Bill Garrett:  Freshman Crisshawn Clark was one of five Colts to score in double-digits Friday night. Cañada scored a statement win at City College of San Francisco Friday night.  That statement — the Colts are now the class of the Coast Conference North. The 105-96 victory marked the first time in over a decade Cañada has defeated CCSF. Having entered into play tied atop the Coast Conference North, the Colts (4-1 in Coast Conference North, 18-2 overall) are now all alone in first place. CCSF, Ohlone and Chabot are in a three-way tie for second. “In a sense, we have our destiny in our own hands,” Cañada head coach Mike Reynoso said. “So, I think if we continue to do what we are capable of doing, we will be on the road to that championship.” Eyeing a potential state championship is a lofty ambition, but a fair one after knocking off a perennial powerhouse such as CCSF (3-2, 14-7). The Rams …

STEM Students Present at SACNAS

We love sharing success stories about our students. STEM students William Berrios, Giovani Rodriguez, and Colin McGill recently delivered a superb research presentation at the 2014 SACNAS (Society for Advancement of Hispanics/Chicanos & Native Americans in Science) National Conference in Los Angeles. While at the conference, judges recognized the team’s work, titled "Closed-Loop Feedback Temperature Controlled Encasement to Test Optimal Temperature for Poly Lactic Acid (PLA) and Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) Polymers for the Punchtec Connect XL 3D Printer," as a standout among the student presentations, and have selected the team to receive one of the 2014 SACNAS Student Presentation Awards. Cañada College Engineering student Jeremy Chow was also a part of the internship project team.

SACNAS was founded more than 40 years ago by career academics and research scientists committed to unifying their voice and offering guidance to Hispanics/Chicanos & Native Ameri…

Barbara Bucton joins Caňada College as Executive Assistant to the President

Please welcome Barbara Bucton, who will serve as the Executive Assistant to the President, beginning January 12, 2015. 

Barbara is an experienced professional who, prior to joining Cañada College, served as the Executive Secretary to the ...Director at San Francisco International Airport. Her administrative and chief executive support experience reflects varied industries including healthcare, tourism, and finance.

Barbara earned her Associate of Arts degree at the College of San Mateo and her Bachelor of Public Administration degree at the University of San Francisco. She is a Certified Administrative Professional with an Organizational Management specialty (CAP-OM).

A native Californian, Barbara was raised in San Luis Obispo County, where she visits her family and longtime friends as often as possible. Barbara is an avid baseball fan and enthusiastic home chef. Her interests include yoga, California history, and the Great American Songbook – feel free to tell her all about you…

New Year Brings New Scholarship Opportunities

New Year Brings New Scholarship Opportunities
Each year, the three colleges of the San Mateo County Community College District -- Cañada College, College of San Mateo, and Skyline College -- award institutional scholarships to new, continuing, and transfer students. The scholarship awards are based on academic achievement, financial need or specific interests such as clubs, athletics, and service.
Funding for our scholarships comes from contributions to San Mateo County Community Colleges Foundation. The Foundation is the colleges' partner in promoting student success at our colleges and in ensuring that quality, affordable higher education is available to every member of our community. It is due to the ongoing generosity of donors since the Foundation's inception in 1966 that many thousands of students have attended college and realized a better life. Contributions to the Foundation are received from many sources: individuals (including Cañada, College of San Mateo, and Skyline…

Cathy Lipe and Leonor Cabrera Honored by College for John and Suanne Roeuche Innovation Award

Cathy Lipe and Leonor Cabrera Honored by College for John and Suanne Roeuche Innovation Award 
Each year, the League for Innovation in the Community College allows member colleges to nominate faculty and staff for the John and Suanne Roeuche Innovation Award. This year, college faculty and staff were invited to join in the process by nominating their colleagues.
Members of the President's Cabinet and the Presidents of theAcademic and Classified Senates met to review the nominations and select awardees. This year's awards are being presented to Professors Cathy Lipe and Leonor Cabrera.
In their nominations, their colleagues noted that Leonor and Cathy both brought a unique and innovative energy to their efforts and provided students with exceptional learning opportunities. They were both recognized for their unique approaches that have led to unparalleled success among STEM and Accounting program students. Cathy and Leonor have been invited to receive their awards at the League f…

Solar Farm Officially Debuted at Cañada College

Solar Farm Officially Debuted at Cañada College  $4.5 Million Project will cut the school’s annual energy consumption in half
REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. (December 5, 2014) – On December 4, 2014, Cañada College and the San Mateo County Community College District (SMCCCD) celebrated the unveiling its new Solar Farm. The $4.5 million installation of the Solar Farm marks the first renewable energy project undertaken by the District and will offset half of Cañada College’s energy consumption.  More than 4,000 high efficiency panels will produce over one million watts of clean, renewable energy each year for more than 25 years. The project, approved by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees in January, includes installation of ground-mounted solar panels on a 3.5-acre site located adjacent to the school’s athletic fields and just above the Farm Hill Boulevard entrance to campus. Cañada College was chosen for the site because it has the greatest exposure to the sun year-round, is adjacent to existing electrical…