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05/29/2019
2019 IVSS Update: Record Number of Projects Submitted; Stipend Drawing Winners Announced
The deadline for submitting projects to the 2019 International Virtual Science Symposium (IVSS) was 10 April – and GLOBE received a record number of projects! There were 235 projects, from 26 countries, submitted. In addition, 114 judges provided feedback on more than three projects. Virtual badges have been posted, and feedback and certificates have been sent to teachers.  >>

05/29/2019
Today (29 May) GLOBE Mission Mosquito Citizen Science Webinar #5: “Mosquitoes on the Landscape”
Citizen Scientists – Join the GLOBE Mission Mosquito (GMM) Field Measurement Campaign webinar ”Mosquitoes on the Landscape” on Wednesday, 29 May, at 2:00 p.m. ET (7:00 p.m. UTC).  >>

05/28/2019
Teachers? Are You Ready to Get Trained in GLOBE Protocols – Connecting to a World-wide Community Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Teachers! You can connect your students to an international network of students, teachers, and scientists to learn more about our shared environment. For a school to fully participate in The GLOBE Program, at least one teacher must be trained in GLOBE science measurement protocols and education activities by attending a GLOBE Teacher Workshop.  >>

05/21/2019
2019 Northwest Student Research Symposium Highlights
The Northwest Regional Student Research Symposium took place on 02-04 May. The event was hosted by GLOBE Partner Dr. Blakely Tsurusaki at Beach Camp at Sunset Bay in Edmonds, Washington. Ten students and five GLOBE teachers from Alaska, Montana, and Washington attended. Student projects were reviewed by their peers, local scientists, and ten GLOBE partners and scientists who joined virtually through Zoom.  >>

05/20/2019
GLOBE Community: Have You Seen GLOBE’s Recent YouTube Offerings? Catching Up With GLOBE Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Have you visited GLOBE YouTube page lately? If not, it can provide an entertaining opportunity to catch up on GLOBE community efforts from around the world. (for example, click here to check out “The GLOBE Program: A Year in Pictures” which highlights community efforts from Earth Day 2018 through Earth Day 2019!)  >>