VOLUME XV • ISSUE THIRTEEN
FOR THE CITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY
NOVEMBER 5–11, 2001
October was a busy month at CCSF
Transfer Day on October 19 described as ‘best ever’
Hundreds of students learned ﬁrst-hand just what courses they
need to transfer from City College of San Francisco to baccalaure-
ate degree granting colleges and universities. As pictured in the
photographs above and to the left, representatives of these
institutions met with students in Smith Hall during Transfer Day
on October 19.
CA Early Childhood Mentor Program moves to B-213
The California Early Childhood Mentor Program has
moved into new ofﬁces in Bungalow 213 on the
Pictured at the grand opening celebration of the new ofﬁces of the California
Phelan/Ocean Avenue Campus. Pictured outside the
Early Childhood Mentor Program are (left to right) mentors Eri Sakalidu,
newly built and furnished ofﬁces are (left to right)
Kathleen White, Kelly Dotson, Brenda Dupré, Valentina Feldman and Dorena
Paul Mendez, Coordinator of the Transfer Articulation
Lee, along with Peyton Nattinger, Program Director. The California Early
Bridge Program at San Francisco State University, and
Childhood Mentor Program is a consortium of 70 community colleges
Kathleen White, Teacher Prep Coordinator of the CCSF
throughout California and has been working for better child care since 1988.
Child Development and Family Studies Department.
OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR
City Currents is published weekly during the
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Fall and Spring semesters by the Marketing
and Public Information Ofﬁce of City College
By Peter Goldstein
of San Francisco. It is distributed free to all Vice Chancellor, Administration & Finance
faculty, classiﬁed and administrators through
the regular campus mail system. It is also
available on the College’s website at As we continue to look for ways to ensure the safety of College employees there
may be a need to change some of our practices and procedures.
Communication Committee Therefore, effective immediately mailroom personnel will no longer open incom-
Advisory Board to City Currents
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government agency. Such mail will continue to be opened (as it has been in the
External Advisory Committee
to Ofﬁce of Marketing and Public Information past) in an attempt to determine the correct recipient.
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MARKETING AND PUBLIC
The SEIU 790 made the following Gordon, Kathleen Manning
classiﬁed appointments: Information Technology Policy: Joe Jah,
Cal Works Advisory: Rachel Woods, Gale Doug Re, Flora Ko
Director of Marketing & Public Information
Executive Editor of City Currents McDonalds, Rita Grove Planning and Budget Council: Dave
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Relations Ofﬁcer; Pat Moore, Public Information Grading Policies: Juan Chavez Richard Gale
Ofﬁcer; Juliana Lui, Ofﬁce Support; Carolyn Classiﬁed Position Allocation: Dave
K-12 Articulation: Gale McDonald
Balfour, Clerk Typist; Martin Kazinski, Graphic
Curriculum: Attila Gabor Gallerani, Athena Steff
Artist; Monica Davey, Photographer.
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Financial Aid Advisory: Terri Gaggero, TABLE OF CONTENTS
Gloria Saucedo Academic Senate. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Graduation: Juanita Gray, Dana Ofﬁce of the Chancellor . . . . . . . 2–3
Ofﬁce of the Vice Chancellor
Student Complaint: Maria Ma of Academic Affairs . . . . . . . . . . 3
Communication: Joe Jah, Attila Gabor Events & Announcements . . . . . 4–5
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Dr. Natalie Berg, PRESIDENT College Diversity: Maria Ma, Athena Health & Safety Report Form . . . . . 6
Rodel E. Rodis, VICE PRESIDENT Steff, Alice Shvarts, Brandy Jones Master Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Johnnie L. Carter, Jr. • Dr. Anita Grier
Health and Safety: David Gallerani, Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Milton Marks III • Julio J. Ramos
Athena Steff Recognition of Achievement . . . . . 5
Lawrence Wong • Toni Hines, STUDENT TRUSTEE
Dr. Philip R. Day, Jr., CHANCELLOR Sexual Harassment and Gender Bias Shared Governance . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Prevention: Rita Grove, Barbara Want Ads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
CITY CURRENTS 2 November 5–11, 2001
CHANCELLOR V I C E C H A N C E L LO R AC A D E M I C A F FA I R S
DSPS has tags for
Identiﬁcation tags are being distributed
by Disabled Students Programs and
Services (DSPS) to students who have
service animals on District campuses.
The tags are red metal tags stamped,
“Authorized Service Animal SFCCD,”
with the semester and year indicated on
the reverse site. The tags come on a chain
which can be put around the neck of the
dog, or can be attached to a dog’s collar.
Students are required to get a new tag
each semester from DSPS, but because of
CCSF students in the quiltmaking class of Patricia Bruvey are pictured with some of the star
the reduced DSPS staff and schedule for quilt blocks they created in memory of those who were lost in the tragedies of September
Summer, the Spring tag will also sufﬁce 11. Pictured above are Nurunnisa Mirdad, Jeanette Lew, Evee Mills, Lorrie Liu, Anne Tillery,
for Summer class attendance. Eve Kwan.
“We are hoping that this will be an easy
way for students with service animals to
alert public safety ofﬁcers and other dis-
Students create star quilt blocks to
trict staff that their service animal is
authorized to be on campus,” says Linda
commemorate victims of Sept. 11
R. Jackson, Associate Director/ADA By Patricia Bruvry We, as a diverse community, wanted to
Coordinator. Textile and Quiltmaking Instructor, do something that would have meaning
Consumer Arts Department to the memory of those who were lost in
These beautiful star quilt blocks (pic- the World Trade Center/Pentagon disas-
CCSF Marketing/PIO Ofﬁce tured in the photo above) were sewn by ter of September 11. This is our way of
honoring these people and giving hope
wins gold, silver awards members of the quiltmaking class, from
the John Adams Campus of City College for the future of the world. Love was
The Marketing and Public sewn into each stitch by Eve Lau, Gloria
of San Francisco. Judy Eben, the former
Information Ofﬁce of City College of Crosson, Evee Mills, Isadora Wong,
chair of our Department, e-mailed me
San Francisco has earned a gold award Stephanie Robinson, Anne Tillery,
about this call for quilt block donations.
and a silver medal from the National Frances Chan, Lorrie Liu, Jeanette Lew,
There will be one block for each person
Council for Marketing and Public Maria Ducey, Nurunissa Mirdad, Toni
lost in the disaster. The blocks will then
Relations Medallion Awards competi- Estrella-Narlock and Lydia Kwan.
be sewn into a ﬂag design and the ﬁnal
quilt will travel around the country on
The ﬁrst prize gold award recognized display.
the Outdoor Advertising Campaign
conducted by CCSF on transit buses Labor studies students talk of effects of tragedy
and BART titled “Think Global. Enroll
Local.” In response to a request from Vice through to my family/friends and so on.
Chancellor of Academic Affairs Frances Feelings were obviously strong and ran
The second place silver medal honored Lee to highlight faculty using class time the gamut. Analysis was difﬁcult but
the Mission Campus brochure done in to help students deal with the tragic helpful — what’s going on in the Middle
consultation with Carlota del Portillo, events of September 11, 2001, Bill East and Afghanistan, what our govern-
Dean of Mission Campus. Shields, Chair, Labor Studies ment’s policies have been. That was last
The presentation of the awards was Department, wrote on September 27, “I week - one student thanked me profusely
made on October 25 at the NCMPR at ﬁrst divided my classes into sections: for taking the time - she said it was need-
conference in Zion National Park, St. personal connections, feelings and analy- ed. Now, I leave time occasionally for tie-
George, Utah. sis. In every class, there was some kind of in discussions, as we move through the
connection, near miss, couldn’t get course material.
CITY CURRENTS 3 November 5–11, 2001
AC A D E M I C S E NAT E EVENTS
Link between HIV/STD and
violence against women
Volunteer to serve on topic of Downtown event
By Melissa Jones
shared governance Instructor, HIV/STD Education Ofﬁce
The HIV/STD Education Ofﬁce invites
students and faculty to take a “Health
committees Break” at the Downtown Campus on
Tuesday, November 13, from 5 to 7 P.M.
This tabling event is designed to increase
Sign up for one of these Shared Governance committees Faculty interested in applying awareness of the intersections between
should telephone Ophelia Clark, President of the Academic Senate, at (415) 239-3611. HIV/STDs and violence against women.
COMMITTEE NAME OPENINGS MEETING MEETING MEETING Free STD screening will also be provided.
DAYS TIMES FREQUENCY The event is a collaboration of Project
Academic Policies 2 Faculty Monday 2:15-4:15 P.M. Once a month Safe, Project Survive, the San Francisco
CalWorks Advisory 3 Faculty TBA TBA TBA Department of Public Health, the Family
Classiﬁed Position 1 Faculty TBA TBA TBA Violence Prevention Fund, and San
Concert/Lecture 3 Faculty TBA TBA Once a month Francisco Women Against Rape. Please
Continuing Education 3 Faculty TBA 3:30-5 P.M. 1/semester call me at (415) 452-5201 for more infor-
Contract Education 1 Faculty TBA TBA 1/semester mation. We look forward to seeing you
Curriculum* 4 Faculty Wednesday 1:30-3:30 P.M. Twice a month there!
Equivalency – Admin. 1 Faculty TBA TBA As needed
Equivalency – Faculty
Financial Aid Advisory
Twice a month
Once a month
Honors 1 Faculty TBA TBA TBA The Fashion Coordination class of the
K–12 Articulation 2 Faculty TBA TBA TBA CCSF Fashion Merchandising Program
Matriculation Advisory* 7 Faculty TBA TBA TBA will present several fashion shows during
Reassigned Time 2 Faculty Friday 2-3:30 P.M. Biweekly November. All shows will begin at 12 NOON
Registration/Enroll. 2 Faculty TBA TBA TBA in the Student Cafeteria on the Phelan/
Research 1 Faculty TBA TBA TBA Ocean Campus
Scheduled Maint. 2 Faculty Varies 2-4 P.M. 5/year • Enter: Rock Star, an informal fashion
Student Complaint 1 Faculty TBA TBA TBA show featuring the latest fall fashions. It
Student Equity 6 Faculty TBA TBA TBA will be held Thursday, November 8.
Student Grade /File 2 Faculty Wednesday 3-5 P.M. Once a month
• When Worlds Collide, An Informal
Student Prep/Success 2 Faculty Thursday 3-5 P.M. 2nd Thursday
Fashion Show. It will be held Tuesday,
Transfer Issues 4 Faculty TBA TBA TBA
The following committees have unlimited membership and welcome • Denim Knight, an informal fashion
Faculty requests for appointment. show featuring the latest Fall fashions. It
will be held Thursday, November 15.
Basic Skills TBA TBA TBA
Facilities Project Monday 3-5 P.M. Twice a month • Falling Into Fashion, an informal fashion
International Education Wednesday 12-2 P.M. Twice a semester show featuring the Fall fashions of 2001.
Noncredit Issues Monday 2:30-4:30 P.M. 1st Monday It will be held Tuesday, November 27.
Scholarship Tuesday 1:30-3:30 P.M. 2/semester • Standing On Edge, an informal fashion
Vocational Education Friday 2-3:30 P.M. 1/semester show with the latest Fall/Winter fashions.
Works of Art Friday 1-3 P.M. Once a month It will be held Thursday, November 29.
*Membership on this committee is based on academic areas. Consideration is based on open- For further information about any of the
ings in your area. above shows, contact Diane Green,
Fashion Merchandising Program
Director, at (415) 239-3224.
CITY CURRENTS 4 November 5–11, 2001
EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
English Eligibility Essay Exams set Panel for Peace November 6
City College faculty members who would
Please announce to your students who There is no need to reserve in advance. like to participate on a Panel for Peace
would like to go directly to English 1A Students should show up ready to write which will include Consuls General of
that the English Eligibility Essay with pens and a dictionary. Paper will be India and Pakistan, Honorable H.H.S.
Examination will be held on the supplied. Viswanathan (wife, Lalitha) and
following dates: For further details, contact John Batty- Honorable Raana Rahim, should contact
Monday, November 5, 6 P.M., Cloud 201 Sylvan, the English Eligibility Dr. Abdul Jabbar and Jay Sayed of the
Coordinator, Mondays or Wednesdays Interdisciplinary Studies Department.
Tuesday, November 6, 3 P.M., Art 303 RSVP to (415) 239-3792.
from 2 to 4 P.M. in Batmale 514, or call
Wednesday, November 7, 3 P.M., Art 302 (415) 239-3574. The panel will be part of a joint session of
Thursday, November 8, 5 P.M., Art 302 IDST 7 and IDST 28 on Tuesday,
Ragtime concert Nov. 13 November 6 from 7 to 9:30 P.M. in
Thursday, November 8, 7 P.M., Cloud 312
Scott Kirby, one of America’s ﬁnest Multimedia Room 305 of the Louise and
Friday, November 9, 8 A.M., Conlan 101
Ragtime players will perform piano Claude Rosenberg, Jr., Library and
Besides qualifying for English 1A by tak- music in the style and time of Ragtime Learning Resource Center.
ing this two-hour-long examination, stu- on Tuesday, November 13 at 11 A.M. in
dents may move from English 90/92 to Arts 133 on the Phelan/Ocean Avenue Guitar concert November 10
94/96 or from English 94 to 96. Campus. Free admission; public invited. Ferrara-Leisek, New Music for Two Guitars
will be the theme of a concert by David
RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT Lyle Beers, Carol Belcher, Greg Carney,
Edward Dierauf, Jerry Mueller, Keisuke
Alum Frederic Tubach Lidia Szajko appointed to Nakagoshi, Hideaki Nakamura and
Andrew Towne at 1 P.M. on Saturday,
co-authors book on WWII SF Film & Video Commission November 10 in Arts 133 on the
Frederic C. Tubach, who studied at City Lidia Szajko, a longtime part-time facul- Phelan/Ocean Avenue Campus. Free
College of San Francisco and went on to ty member in the Film Production admission; public invited.
a career as a faculty member of UC Department, has been appointed to the
Berkeley, has co-authored a memoir San Francisco Film & Video Arts
about growing up in Germany during Commission. “This Commission is an
World War II. Titled An Uncommon 11-member board that has many roles
WA N T A D S
Friendship: From Opposite Sides of the from allocating funds to representing the
Holocaust, Tubach wrote the book with city at festivals and other public events.
TELEVISION FOR SALE — 36” Panasonic Flat
his longtime friend Bernat Rosner, a We’re very proud of her. Go Lidia!” says Screen Color TV. 1 year old, with 3 years in-home
Hungarian Jew who lost his entire family Caroline Blair, Acting Chair of CCSF’s service warranty. $500. Call (415) 699-0342.
in the Holocaust. Tubach’s father was a Film Production Department. Bruce HONDA PRELUDE FOR SALE — 87 Prelude
German Army soldier during the war. Smith, Dean of the School of Liberal with 140k, sunroof, CD player, runs great and
The book, written with Sally Patterson Arts, adds, “Lidia is very active in has new front brakes. $1500. Call 415-239-3856
Tubach, is published by the University of Department affairs and is highly respect- HOUSE FOR RENT — 3 bedroom 2 bath, 1 car
California Press ($24.95). As part of the ed by students and faculty. Needless to garage, library, patio, family room, large deck,
ﬁreplace, steam sauna, washer, dryer, dishwash-
Contra Costa Jewish Book Festival, say, this is major honor and the fact that er, gas stove, refrigerator. No pets. Quiet neigh-
Tubach and Rosner will read from their she teaches in our program reﬂects well borhood. Two levels, possible share. Immediate
book Thursday, November 8 at 7:30 P.M. on the College.” occupancy. Asking $2,200. Call (415) 468-8429.
at the Contra Costa Jewish Community For more information about the depart- ROOM FOR RENT — $600 near City College.
Center, 2071 Trice Valley Blvd., Walnut Available on 11/01/01. Call Juanita (650) 873-
ment visit the web site at 6123 (leave msg.).
Creek. Admission is $3; free for students. www.ﬁlm.sfgov.org/ﬁlm/about.htm.
CALENDARS FOR SALE — Diverse selection
of calendars for 2002, including Black History,
Jorge Bell, Sophia Toney talk about SCT Banner software Small Friends & Co., Powwow, Guatemala
Rainbow, Georgia O’Keefe, Jacob Lawrence,
Jorge Bell, Associate Dean, Financial Aid, provided by SCT Banner software. The Classic Jazz, The blues, Loving Dad and African
was quoted extensively in an article on article was published by SCT of Malvern Kings. Boxed note cards, wrapping paper, jour-
how CCSF has increased its outreach and Pa. The article also quotes Sophia Toney, nals, bookmarkers, holiday cards, ladies apparel,
Manager, Financial Aid, at CCSF. tote bags and other gift items also available. Call
services to students using automation Bernice Grifﬁn at (415) 334-1676.
CITY CURRENTS 5 November 5–11, 2001
HEALTH AND SAFETY REPORT FORM
To: CCSF Faculty and Staff
From: Health and Safety Committee
The Committee would like your help in reporting any health or safety hazards that need
1. Campus ______________ Building/Room: ____________ Date:__________________
2. Description of the problem(s):
3. Possible solution(s): (Optional)
Although the committee would like to provide you with an individual follow-up, please feel free
to remain anonymous if you prefer.
Name of Instructor or Staff __________________________________________________
Dept.: __________________ Phone ____________________
Campus: ________________ Mail Box __________________
Return this form to: Health and Safety Committee
c/o Peter Goldstein
Vice Chancellor, Administration & Finance/Chair
33 Gough St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
Note: The Health and Safety Committee will meet November 19 and December 17
at 2:30 P.M. Everyone is welcome attend. Call Toni Lee at (415) 241-2234 for exact
CITY CURRENTS 6 November 5–11, 2001
MENUS — WEEK OF NOVEMBER 12–16, 2001
BREAKFAST – TASTE BUDS — 7:30–9:50 A.M.
Eggs • Breakfast Meats • Pancakes • Wafﬂes • French Toast • Cereals • Pastries • Juices • Coffee • Tea
LUNCH — PIERRE COSTÉ ROOM (PCR) — 11:15 A.M.–12:30 P.M.
Reservations: Call (415) 239-3855 — PCR Closed Monday, November 12, 2001 for Veteran’s Day Holiday
Salads and Starters
Tossed Green Salad: mixed greens, cucumber, tomatoes, radishes, olives, choice of house vinaigrette, 1000 island, blue cheese, ranch
Spinach and Arugula Salad: poached pears, toasted pecans, red onions, crumbled blue cheese, port wine vinaigrette
Salad Niçoise: seared fresh tuna, mixed greens, green beans, new potatoes, egg, olives, tomatoes, house vinaigrette
Goat Cheese and Artichoke Spring Roll: arugula and tomato salad
Palace Court Salad: crab stuffed artichoke bottom, chiffonade of lettuce, tomatoes, egg, green goddess dressing
Thai Shrimp Salad: shredded greens, broiled shrimp, snap peas, shiitake mushrooms, peanuts, waterchestnuts, mango sesame vinaigrette
Soup of the Day
“La Bodega” Chicken Breast: wild mushrooms, roasted garlic, polenta, fresh vegetable
Grilled Sea Bass: bed of caponata, white beans and pistou
Pan Roasted Beef Tenderloin: maitre d’butter, yukon roasted potatoes, fresh vegetable
Turkey Scallopini: Portuguese style with apple-fennel mashed potatoes
Pasta of the Day
Vegetarian Supreme: grilled zucchini, eggplant, shredded carrot, roasted red pepper mayonnaise, havarti cheese, sprouts, tomatoes
Santa Fe Chicken Wrap: yogurt marinated chicken breast, jasmine rice, scallions, chipotles, tomatoes, bell peppers
PCR Hamburger: sesame seed bun; choice of bacon, swiss, jack cheddar cheese
Traditional Clubhouse: crispy bacon, turkey, lettuce, tomato
LUNCH — CAFETERIA — 11 A.M.–1:15 P.M.
Cafeteria closed for Veteran’s Day holiday.
Baked Lasagna • Broiled Tomato • Zucchini with Fines Herbs • Carrot Saute
Albacore Tuna au Poivre • Mashed Potatoes with Wasabi • Soup: Cream of Watercress
Beef Enchiladas • Refried Beans • Spanish Rice • Green Beans Amandine
Eggplant and Veal Parmigiana • Buttered Noodles • Soup: Mexican Chile
Chicken Marengo • Parsley Potatoes • Fresh Mixed Vegetables • Braised Red Swiss Chard
Continued on Page 3
Vegetable Vol-au-Vent • Rissole au Fungi • Soup: Beef Barley
Fish and Chips • Buttered Spinach • Corn on the Cob
Boiled Brisket of Corned Beef and Cabbage with Boiled Potatoes and Vegetables • Soup: Boston Clam Chowder
DINNER — CAFETERIA — 5:45–7 P.M.
A la Carte Salad Bar available Monday through Thursday evening
Cafeteria closed for Veteran’s Day holiday.
Grilled Pork with Warm Chipotle Salsa • Sweet Potato Puree • Steamed Broccoli Branch • Soup: Cream of Watercress
Pot Roast of Beef • Garlic Mashed Potatoes • Fresh Mixed Vegetables • Soup: Mexican Chile
Almond Crusted Trout with Red Wine Butter Sauce • Rice Pilaf • Brussels Sprouts with Candied Pecans • Soup: Beef Barley
LUNCH AND DINNER ALSO ARE SERVED IN THE EDUCATED PALATE DINING ROOM AT THE CCSF DOWN-
TOWN CAMPUS, 800 MISSION ST. (CORNER FOURTH STREET). TELEPHONE (415) 267-6509 FOR DETAILS.
CITY CURRENTS 7 November 5–11, 2001
Rev. 10/10/2001 (Subject to change without prior notice)
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Financial Aid Advisory
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
College Advisor Council
5 6 7 8 9
2:15 - 4:00 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 2:00 -4:00 p.m.
A.S. (SU-208) Transfer Issues (R-206) DCC (S-100)
2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m.
College Agenda Review Facilities Review (B-616)
3:00 - 5:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.
Projects Subcommittee L511 Cable casting of the Board
Meeting (EATV 27)
12 13 14 15 16
Veterans Day 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:30 - 4:00 p.m. 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Communication Committee Curriculum Committee (C334) College Council (Pierre Coste) ITPC (E-200)
1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
2:00 p.m. Scholarship Subcom (L-330)
2:30 - 5:00 p.m.
2:30 - 4:30 p.m. Academic Senate (R-518)
5:00 p.m. Last day to file a petition
Board of Trustees for a Leave of Absence Last
Closed Session (Pierre Coste) day for Student-Instructor
Initiated Withdrawal. Last
9:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. day to turn in Instructor
Cable casting of the Board Board of Trustees Initiated Withdrawal
Meeting (EATV 27) Open Session (Pierre Coste) sheets.
19 20 21 22 23
2:10 - 4:00 p.m. 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Day Day After
TLTR (R-518) Classified Senate (B-307) Facilities Review (B-616)
2:14 - 4:15 p.m. Holiday
Academic Policies/Loc TBA
2:15 - 4:00 p.m.
Cable casting of the Board
Meeting (EATV 27)
26 27 28 29 30
2:00 - 4:00 p.m. 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Program Review (C-334) CalWorks (R-206) PBC (R-518) Works of Arts (R-206)
2:30 - 5:00 p.m.
Academic Senate (Mission)
Cable casting of the Board Noon
Meeting (EATV 27) Board Resolution Due Date
Calendar is regularly updated by the Office of Shared Governance. To submit meeting notices call Attila Gabor at 239.3812
The Master Planning Calendar is available via Internet at http://www.ccsf.org/Services/Shared_Governance