GLOBE Community: NASA Has Funded Three GLOBE U.S. Partners to Lead Earth Science Projects – STEM Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: NASA has funded three GLOBE U.S. partners to lead NASA Education Earth Science Projects through STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) agreements. Check out these innovative, educational, and inspiring projects:
- Mission EARTH: Fusing GLOBE with NASA Assets to Build Systematic Innovation in STEM Education (University of Toledo, Ohio; Kevin Czajkowski, Principal Investigator) – GLOBE Mission EARTH is a collaborative of multiple institutions across the United States formed to increase involvement in The GLOBE Program with the goal of connecting students to scientists in the common pursuit of real-world science.
- AEROKATS and ROVER Education Network (AREN) (Wayne County Intermediate School District, Wayne, Michigan; David Bydlowski, Principal Investigator) – The goal of AREN is to train the next generation of scientists, engineers, and other professionals to observe and understand our planet Earth through experiential learning using NASA technology and data in real-world settings.
- Impacts and Feedbacks of a Warming Arctic: Engaging Learners in STEM using NASA and GLOBE Assets (Arctic and Earth SIGNs) (University of Alaska, Fairbanks; Elena Sparrow, Principal Investigator) – This program connects youth and adults to climate issues and Earth science learning through inquiry-based GLOBE investigations and community stewardship projects.
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News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office