U.S. GLOBE Teachers/Partners: Join Today's (10 April) Watercooler
U.S. GLOBE Teachers and Partners: GLOBE U.S. is turning the monthly Watercoolers into weekly ones in order to share the varied ways that teachers and partners are using GLOBE in these unique times. Watercoolers will begin Friday, 03 April – and will take place every Friday through the end of May. Each meet-up will begin at 3:10 p.m. EDT, and is for United States GLOBE teachers and Partners from across the country.  >>

U.S. Community: Register for Virtual Release of The Nation’s Report Card in Civics, Geography, and U.S. History: 23 April
The National Assessment Governing Board and the National Center for Education Statistics cordially invite you to the virtual release of The Nation's Report Cards in civics, geography, and U.S. history on Thursday, April 23.  >>

Stay Up to Date with: “GLOBE in the Time of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic” Website Page
A page has been added to the GLOBE website in response to extreme challenges to the GLOBE community stemming from the global novel coronavirus pandemic.  >>

U.S. 2020 SRS Update: Spring and Fall Events Postponed
The United States Regional Student Research Symposia (SRS) will not be held this spring or the fall due to COVID-19.  >>

Join the 14 April Trees Around the GLOBE Campaign Webinar “GLOBE Student Tree Research Extravaganza”
The Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign webinar “GLOBE Student Tree Research Extravaganza: Students from around the Globe Share their Amazing Tree Research,” will be held on Tuesday, 14 April, at 1:00 p.m. EDT (7:00 p.m. UTC).  >>

Forbes Article, “6 Resources To Teach Kids About Weather and Climate During the Coronavirus Shutdown” Highlights GLOBE Resources
A recent article “6 Resources To Teach Kids About Weather And Climate During the Coronavirus Shutdown,” written by Marshall Shepherd and published in Forbes on 02 April, highlights GLOBE program resources available now for students studying from home.  >>

Check Out New Video and Recent Blog, “Comparing Existing GLOBE Tree Height Data and ICESat-2 Satellite Data”
GLOBE Community: Read the recent Community Blog written by Brian Campbell, NASA Senior Earth Science Education Specialist, “Comparing Existing GLOBE Tree Height Data and ICESat 2 Satellite Data.”  >>

Nominations Sought for GLOBE Partners/ESS Collaborators to Join New Working Groups in U.S. Regions: Webinar 08 April
The GLOBE community has a long history of fostering relationships amongst partners with a common interest in Earth System Science (ESS). The GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) seeks your help in recruiting GLOBE partners and ESS collaborators in your region who are interested in strengthening relationships in order to leverage resources and expertise to improve the impact of these efforts and to contribute to meeting objectives in the GLOBE Strategic Plan.  >>

Have Your Checked Out GLOBE’s New Virtual Exchange Program/Toolkit?
In 2020, GLOBE worked to create a way community members could connect virtually and learn about – and share about – GLOBE-related educational and scientific activities taking place around the world: the GLOBE Virtual Exchange Program.  >>

GLOBE Community: Create a “GLOBE Team” Today – Data Collection Made Easy!
GLOBE Community: If you are a GLOBE account holder, you can create and join teams of people, called “GLOBE Teams,” which will enable you to track your group’s data-collection efforts. GLOBE Teams can be used to set up a competition, coordinate a community’s citizen science efforts, support an educational or corporate initiative, or simply enable a group of people to work together.  >>