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2021 GLOBE Annual Meeting Call for Presentations – Applications Due 02 April
Presentation applications are now being accepted for the 2021 GLOBE Annual Meeting. Applications are due by 02 April 2021; no late or incomplete applications will be accepted. The theme of the meeting this year is "Adapting to a Changing GLOBE."  >>

GLOBE Teachers: Ask Questions Prior to 09 March Webinar “Finalizing and Submitting Your Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign Projects”
The Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign webinar: “Finalizing and Submitting Your Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign Projects: Final project discussions with campaign team and participants, including student tree research projects in the Philippines,” will be held on Tuesday, 09 March, at 06:00 p.m. EST (11:00 p.m. UTC).  >>

GLOBE Publications – Your Data in Action
GLOBE has a long history of sharing impact and science findings through peer-reviewed publications on the GLOBE website. The peer-review process ensures that published articles represent the best scholarship currently available. (Each article that is submitted to a peer-reviewed journal is sent to other scholars in the same field in order to get their opinion on the quality of research, the relevance to the field, and its appropriateness for inclusion in the journal.)  >>

2021 GLOBE IVSS Reports Due 10 March
Planning on participating in the 2021 GLOBE International Virtual Science Symposium(IVSS)? Reports are due 10 March! The IVSS is an exciting way for students from all over the world to showcase their hard work. With GLOBE, students learn the practices of science through hands-on investigations in their own communities, sparking their curiosity and interest in science. This often leads to inquiries that help solve real-world problems and further understanding of our global environment.  >>

U.S. Teachers: Deadline to Apply for Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms Program is 24 March
U.S. Teachers: The deadline to apply for the Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms (TGC) Program is 24 March. The Fulbright TGC Program is a yearlong professional learning opportunity and short-term exchange for elementary, middle, and high school educators from the United States to develop skills to prepare students for a competitive global economy. Fulbright TGC equips educators to bring an international perspective to their schools through targeted training, experience abroad, and global collaboration.  >>

March GLOBE Tech Update
GLOBE’s data entry process is evolving to give you a new option that is even easier to use: all atmosphere protocols will now be available in the GLOBE Observer (GO) app. Trained and approved GLOBE members (i.e., those who already have access to the Data Entry app) may submit atmospheric measurements, such as temperature and rainfall, as well as bundle data, directly using the GO app. Future work will move other existing sphere protocols into the app.  >>

U.S. GLOBE Teachers/Partners: Join March Watercoolers – Beginning Today (01 March)!
At this week's Watercooler, U.S. GLOBE Partner Forum representative Tina Harte (NASA representative, NASA Langley) will introduce herself and talk about her Partnership.  >>

March GLOBE Urban Heat Island Effect (UHIE)-Surface Temperature Student Research Campaign is On!
The March UHIE-Surface Temperature Field Campaign is on! It is time, once again, to collect observations of surface temperature, clouds, and snow – and add to the extensive data set that students and scientists, including Dr. Czajkowski (“Dr. C,” Director of the Geographic Information Science and Applied Geographics Lab at the University of Toledo, Ohio, USA) can use to study the urban heat island effect.  >>

Twelve Countries Celebrate Anniversary with The GLOBE Program in March
Congratulations to the twelve GLOBE countries celebrating anniversaries of successful GLOBE implementation during the month of March.  >>

Join 01 March “Citizen Science: A Means to Promote Equity and Inclusion in STEM” Talk
On 01 March, at 03:00 p.m. ET, join: “Citizen Science: A Means to Promote Equity and Inclusion in STEM,” which is part of the Mitchell Center Talk Series. The talk will be hosted by Amara Ifeji, Freshman, Northeastern University; Grassroots Development Coordinator, Maine Environmental Education Association  >>