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02/26/2020
Participating in the Trees Around the GLOBE Campaign? Read New Blog on How to Leverage Your Tree Research
Participating in the Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign? A new blog, “Tree Campus K-12: U.S. Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign Members Can Leverage Their Tree Research,” written by Brian Campbell, NASA Senior Earth Science Education Specialist offers invaluable assistance!  >>

02/25/2020
U.S. Department of State Blog, “Crowd-sourcing Diplomacy” Highlights GLOBE and the Zika Education and Prevention Project
A recent blog by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, “Crowd-sourcing Diplomacy” (21 January 2020) highlights the work of The GLOBE Program and the GLOBE Zika and Education Prevention Project to empower children around the world to combat disease outbreaks.  >>

02/25/2020
Join the 04 March U.S. Regional SRS Webinar on GLOBE Visualization System
Join the U.S. SRS webinar on 04 March (Wednesday, 4:00 p.m. EST). During this webinar, participants will learn how to use the GLOBE Visualization System in order to view and interact with data measured across the world. Participants will find out how to map, graph, filter, and export data. Graphs from the Visualization System can be exported and used on your GLOBE research poster.  >>

02/24/2020
Analyzing Data Webinar – Analyzing Research Data Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Determining the best way to analyze your GLOBE data can be daunting. What type of graph is best? How many graphs? What statistics? GLOBE Partner Rich Wagner (Metropolitan State University of Denver) has great advice in this recorded webinar, and also gives examples from SRS projects and the comments from their reviewers.  >>

02/24/2020
Join the GLOBE Water Bodies Intensive Observation Period (23 March-17 April) Informational Webinar on 03 March
There will be an informational, pre-IOP, webinar on Tuesday, 03 March, at 10:00 EST (3:00 p.m. UTC). The webinar will include: an overview of the IOP by GLOBE Africa Regional Coordination Office Director Mark Brettenny; a discussion of the IOP protocols by Dr. Francis Wasswa Nsubugwa; a discussion of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and IOP alignment with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by Killian Christ; a discussion of IVSS research possibilities by Dr. Becky Boger; and a discussion regarding increasing participation and encouraging collaboration by Rogeline Brettenny.  >>

02/24/2020
Join the 10 March GLOBE Mission Mosquito Webinar: “Better Together: Mosquito Habitat Mapper – Land Cover”
On Tuesday, 10 March, at 2:00 p.m. EST (7:00 p.m. UTC), GLOBE Mission Mosquito will be hosting a webinar, “Better Together: Mosquito Habitat Mapper – Land Cover.”  >>

02/21/2020
U.S. Teachers: Participate in the Teacher Watercooler Meetup on 03 March
U.S. Teachers: Join the GLOBE Professional Learning Community (PLC) and hear how other GLOBE teachers use GLOBE with their students during a Teacher Watercooler on 03 March (Tuesday, 6:00 p.m. EST).  >>

02/21/2020
U.S. Sophomores/Juniors: 2020 SEES Summer Internship Opportunity Deadline 01 March
The United States GLOBE program is accepting applications for a GLOBE intern at the STEM Enhancement in Earth Science (SEES) 2020 Summer High School Intern Program. This opportunity is open to U.S. GLOBE high school Sophomores and Juniors. Application deadline is 01 March.  >>

02/20/2020
GLOBE Water Bodies Intensive Observation Period (23 March-17 April) Discussion Forum Now Open
The Water Bodies Discussion Forum is Open! The forum can be used by teachers to post about student research; and to share results, photos, and stories of their water bodies. This is also a great tool for the organizing team to contact community – including sharing “invites” for webinars, encouraging data entry, and so on.  >>

02/20/2020
GLOBE Partner California Academy of Sciences Supports Educators in Out-of-School Programs
The California Academy of Sciences has designed a nationwide out-of-school-time program that inspires middle school youth to explore and connect with nature while achieving essential science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning goals. The name of this program? It’s called the Science Action Club (SAC). This hands-on citizen science program ignites curiosity, fosters workforce development skills, and builds STEM identity. From Anchorage Alaska to Albany New York, Science Action Club is implemented in 400-800 programs annually.  >>