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College of Marin President's Monday BriefingCOM Superintendent/President
Frances L. White, Ph.D.
©Photo: Lisa A. Fish

COM Nursing Department plays an important role in METI curriculum innovation
The College of Marin Department of Nursing Education is pleased to announce the publication of two simulation scenarios written in collaboration with COM nursing faculty and nursing students. The scenarios are available in the 2008 Medical Equipment Technologies Inc. (METI) Program for Nursing Curriculum Integration (PCNI). METI is the company that produced the robotic manikin simulators and scenarios that the nursing program purchased with Capacity Grant funds. The new curriculum contains two simulation scenarios written in collaboration by two COM second-year nursing students, one nursing faculty, and the simulation coordinator from the College of Marin Registered Nursing Program.

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COM Alumnus and Former ASCOM President Wins $275,000 Google Android Developer Challenge

Former ASCOM President Chris Hulls recently received the good news that his startup, Life360, was selected as a first place winner in the Google Android Developer Challenge. Out of 1,788 entries, Life360 was one of the top 10 companies to be awarded a $275,000 prize. Hulls credits COM Business and Information Systems Professor Robert Kennedy for much of his current success.

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WASC Removes COM from Probation and Reaffirms Accreditation

The College of Marin received official notification that the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACCJC WASC), has removed all sanctions and fully reaffirmed the college’s accreditation.
 
“This is a great day for the College of Marin,” said COM Superintendent/President Frances L. White, Ph.D.

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Mission Statement

College of Marin’s commitment to educational excellence is rooted in our mission to provide excellent educational opportunities for all members of our diverse community by offering:
• preparation for transfer to four-year schools and universities;
• workforce education;
• basic skills improvement;
• intellectual and physical development; and lifelong learning; and
• cultural enrichment.
The College of Marin is committed to responding to community needs by offering student-centered programs and services in a supportive, innovative learning environment with a strong foundation of sustainability, which will instill environmental sensitivity in our students.

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