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11/12/2019
GLOBE Community Meets in Trieste Italy for 2019 Europe and Eurasia Meeting
Altogether, 24 countries were represented at the 2019 Europe and Eurasia Region GLOBE Program Annual Meeting, Conference and Training in Trieste, Italy from 21-25 October.  >>

11/12/2019
Read New Community Blog: “Elementary Students Tackle Mosquito Vectors of Disease”
In a recent GLOBE Community Blog, Dr. Russanne (Rusty) Low, GLOBE Mission Mosquito Science Lead, presents an article on Professor Glenda Ivette Lozada Negrón, a science teacher whose elementary classroom is actively engaged in reducing the risk of mosquito-borne disease through mosquito surveillance and mitigation, as part of an ongoing service learning project in Puerto Rico.  >>

11/12/2019
GLOBE Announces New “Community Spotlight” Feature – Share Your Story with the GLOBE Community!
As a way of highlighting your invaluable dedication to the program, GLOBE would like to place a “spotlight” on you and your “GLOBE Story.” The goal is to share the stories of how working with GLOBE has impacted you – in your learning endeavors, classroom activities, scientific research, environmental observations, STEM career, and your overall journey of life.  >>

11/12/2019
Explore Weather Phenomena with GLOBE Weather!
Developed to directly address the U.S.-based Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), this online curriculum unit is designed to help middle school students understand weather at local, regional, and global scales. We encourage all teachers to use this new and valuable resource.  >>

11/11/2019
GLOBE Community: Is Your School on the Science Honor Roll? Recognition Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Data collection and entry into the GLOBE science database is critically important for both students and scientists conducting scientific investigations. The GLOBE Science Honor Roll recognizes the data contributions of GLOBE students and schools. Has your school been on the Science Honor Roll? Is it time for your school to be on the Science Honor Roll?  >>

11/11/2019
Tomorrow (12 Nov): Trees Around the GLOBE Webinar “Getting Comfortable with ICESat-2 Height Data and the Open Altimetry Online Tool”
On Tuesday, 12 November, the Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign webinar “Getting Comfortable with ICESat-2 Height Data and the Open Altimetry Online Tool” will be held at 2:00 p.m. EDT (7:00 p.m. UTC).  >>

11/11/2019
Tomorrow (12 Nov): UHIE-Surface Temperature Field Campaign Webinar: “What Data Did You Collect in Your Neighborhood?”
Join the Urban Heat Island Effect (UHIE)-Surface Temperature Field Campaign Webinar #2 on 12 November (8:00 p.m. EST): “What Data Did You Collect in Your Neighborhood? What Does It Mean?”  >>

11/08/2019
Join GLOBE’s Community Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force – Applications Due 22 November!
The GLOBE Program is inviting anyone interested in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) to apply to participate in a GLOBE Task Force on DEI. If you’ve ever wondered if your unique voice is being heard – and you would like to help make GLOBE a more welcoming, diverse, equitable, and inclusive community, please consider applying.  >>

11/08/2019
GLOBE Needs Your Help Planning the Science Protocol Trainings Offered During the 25th Anniversary GLOBE Annual Meeting
GLOBE needs you to help shape the 25th Anniversary Annual Meeting. Please complete this survey by 15 December to let us know: 1) your favorite GLOBE protocol; and 2) one GLOBE protocol that you would like to learn.  >>

11/07/2019
In a GLOBE Zika Education and Prevention Project Region? Apply for a Community Action Grant!
Through support from the GLOBE Zika Education and Prevention Project, Initial Implementation Countries and collaborating countries in the three participating GLOBE regions are eligible to receive Community Action Grants. Community Action Grants can be used to carry out Local Mosquito Workshops (LMWs), or other community-based projects that carry out the goals of the GLOBE Zika Education and Prevention Project.  >>