As a community partner, CSM participates in and supports events happening throughout Southern Maryland. Some upcoming events where you'll find CSM involved are:
Dec. 12: Calvert County Chamber Business After Hour
Dec. 6 through Jan. 5: Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center Garden in Lights, with CSM sponsoring Military Night, Friday, Jan. 3, providing FREE admissions to active duty military members and their immediate family.
Jan. 20: Charles County NAACP Martin Luther King, Jr. Prayer Breakfast
Feb. 1: St. Mary's County Science Fair
Join CSM President Dr. Bradley Gottfried on Sunday mornings as he interviews and highlights local newsmakers on Southern Maryland radio with SOMAR Communications. “Southern Maryland Perspectives,” is a half-hour talk show that airs at:
Upcoming interviews include:
Dec. 15: Pete Himmelhaber, St. Mary’s history
Dec. 22: Julie Schejbal- Planned giving/charitable planned giving
For a sample of previous interviews, please click the photos below.
|Connections authors were featured as part of the Southern Maryland Perspective radio show. Barbara Hurd, left, and Frederick Reuss, right, joined CSM President Dr. Gottfried to discuss their literary efforts. To view the current Connections schedule, please visit here.
|| Frederick Reuss
CSM-TV is the cable access station serving the College of Southern Maryland, its faculty, staff, and students, and community viewers.
strives to provide high-quality educational and informational
programming which showcase the College of Southern Maryland and in support of its events and projects.
As a part of the local educational access cable system, CSM-TV produces
original shows and acquires a vast array of public interest
programming. Additionally, the channel provides an outlet for
programming produced by students enrolled in CSM's Digital Media Production program of study.
Charles County's Local Public Access Channel is made available through funding from the Charles County Government to residents of Charles County on a non-discriminatory basis. A user must be an individual, organization or institution that has a legal address in Charles County. Public access programming airs on Verizon Channel 12 and Comcast Channel 99 in Charles County.
The studio is physically located at the College of Southern Maryland, La Plata Campus, Francis P. Chiaramonte, MD Center for Science and Technology, Room ST-139. Equipment and facility reservations are made on a first-come, first-served basis to certified users with a Statement of Compliance on file.
For information on use of the Charles County Public Access channel, contact Station Manager Patricia Christofaro at 301-934-7702 or PChristofaro@csmd.edu.
The 2013 avian Solomons Plein Air Festival will be an Open Air Painting Extravaganza, Sept. 18-21, with proceeds to benefit a scholarship for CSM students through the CSM Foundation as well as community events through the Solomons Business Association. For information about the event, see here.
The Speaker Series feature college and community experts on current trends and topics throughout the year at each of the college's campuses. Programs are free and include a presentation as well as a question-and-answer format for the audience. Programs begin at 7 p.m. and are scheduled throughout the year.These programs are offered in partnership with the Maryland Humanities Council (MHC), a statewide, educational, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Since 1996 MHC has been providing Speakers Bureau presentations throughout the state to stimulate informed dialogue and civic engagement on issues critical to Marylanders. Some of our state’s finest historians, writers, poets and living history scholar-actors participate in the Speakers Bureau program. Visit www.mdhc.org to learn more about the Speakers Bureau and other MHC programs.
Taking the Pulse of Southern Maryland, students at CSM during fall and spring semesters surveys Southern Maryland residents on various issues and trends. Since fall 2008, CSM has provided the Southern Maryland community with feedback and trends on subjects such as military presence in the region, healthcare, recreation, energy, transportation and Internet access.
|The results are provided to local media for reporting in the Southern
Maryland Newspapers as well as the executive summary is published here. For a deeper look into how the Pulse comes together each semester, read more here.
The college has earned bronze recognition from the National Council of Marketing and Public Relations, District I for its work on this initiative.
Previous Pulse Surveys are available by clicking on the links below:
Expectations for Elected Officials Report
||Internet Access Report
Elected Officials Report