Below you will find stories of projects, people and extraordinary activities being conducted around the world in connection to GLOBE. These are our GLOBE Stars, the bright lights that spark our imagination and inspire us with news of GLOBE at work in the world.

GLOBE wants to hear about the Stars in your community. Send your story of people, projects or activities  to share on the GLOBE website. Send illustrative photos that show action and activity. Group shots can supplement your story, but we are primarily interested in photos that show engagement!

News about meetings and trainings are of interest to us too and will be posted in a new website feature, Community Highlights, coming soon. You can use the forms below to submit your recap of these events, however, in the near future, reports of meetings and trainings will no longer appear as Stars. They will appear in the news as Community Highlights. The guidelines below will help you select the stories you'll want to send our way.

Step 1:  View the guidelines for submitting a Star.

Step 2:  Download the Stars template by saving as a pdf. This pdf form will allow you to complete the text boxes. No need to print out the form.

Step 3:  Attach the Stars template, a few great action photos and the *Photo Release form and send to Copy your Country Coordinator and/or Regional Office.

*In order to publish a photograph on the GLOBE website, we must have a Photo Release form from all persons who are shown and can be identified in the photographs. Download the form here: English, Spanish and Arabic.

We will work with you to produce your story and ensure that it reaches a broad audience worldwide.

If you have any questions about the procedures listed above, contact

UNESCO-GLOBE Learning Expedition in Nepal
Teachers, students and scientists from India, Nepal and Sri Lanka joined together in a collaborative learning experience, the UNESCO-GLOBE Learning Expedition.
GLOBE Japan Student Conference Held in Tokyo
Eighth GLOBE Japan Student Conference was held from 12 -- 14 December 2014 at the National Olympics Memorial Youth Center in Tokyo. Students from sixteen GLOBE schools took part in this event supported by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport, Science and Technology (MEXT).
GLOBE Expands in Chile
On 13 August 2014, 15 schools in the Greater Metropolitan Region of Chile began their journey with a hands-on, inquiry-based science learning initiative – The GLOBE Program.
Nigeria joins NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Field Campaign
Nigeria is onboard with GLOBE's Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) satellite mission. Mr. Olawale Ayodeji Oluwafemi, a GLOBE Partner and scientist at the Nigerian Space Agency's Centre for Geodesy and Geodynamics, responded to NASA's request to scientists all over the world to join NASA's global awareness campaign about the GPM satellite mission.
GLOBE Students in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, meet with NASA's Charles Bolden
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden also spent two hours on 7 November 2014 answering questions from an overflowing audience of young Ethiopian students at Tikur Anbessa High School in Addis Ababa.
STEM Stories: Portrait of Nicodème of Benin
Meet Vodjo Nicodème Fassinou Hotegni, who recently obtained his PhD in crop sciences and agri-food chain management from Wageningen University, Netherlands.
2014 GLOBE Learning Expedition in New Delhi, India
The 5th GLOBE Learning Expedition (GLE) took place from 3-8 August 2014 in New Delhi, India with more than 300 participants from 30 countries taking part.
Oman Hosts Its First GLOBE Science Fair
The third annual GLOBE Student Gathering in Oman took place in May 8, 2014 in Natural Park, Muscat.
Teacher Training Workshop in Montevideo, Uruguay
Teachers came together for a training in Montevideo, Uruguay on 5-6 November 2013.
Schools in the Cotahuasi Area of Peru Take Learning Outdoors
The multi-school student camping and study trip for students took place on 11-13 October 2013.
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