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11/30/2014
Letter to the Community
Letter to the Community  >>

11/30/2014
November-Letter to the Community
Dear Friends, One of the wonderful aspects of the GLOBE Program is how the 'GLOBE' name is recognized internationally. I learned this first-hand most recently, when I was in Aichi-Nagoya, Japan, at the invitation of the Government of Japan and UNESCO, for the conference on the UN 2005-2014 Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD).  >>

11/30/2014
November 2014 GLOBE News Brief
Los Angeles, California, USA has been selected as the location of the 2015 GLOBE Annual Partner Meeting. Reserve the dates for what promises to be the most exciting GLOBE gathering of 2015. 20-24 July 2015: Annual Meeting of partners, scientists, sponsors and student researchers 19 July 2015: Meeting of GLOBE Working Groups  >>

11/25/2014
Motivate and Attract Students to Science - Conference
Motivate and Attract Students to Science (MASS) Project is operated under the platform of the GLOBE Program in 8 European countries. We invite you to join the Open Conference in NEMO Science Center in Amsterdam, November 25th-27th, the first public event of the project that brings together experts in the field of education, teaching, training, and applied science from European countries.  >>

11/19/2014
Announcing the GLOBE Surface Temperature Field Campaign
The GLOBE Program will host the annual surface temperature field campaign from December 1 to December 31, 2014.  >>

11/04/2014
Request for Proposals for Operation of the GLOBE NENA Region Coordination Office
UCAR is requesting proposals for the operation of the GLOBE Region Coordination Office (RCO) for the Near East and North Africa (NENA) Region.  >>

11/04/2014
2015 Annual Partner Meeting to be held in Los Angeles, California, USA
Los Angeles has been selected as the location of the 2015 GLOBE Annual Partner Meeting! Reserve the dates for what promises to be the most exciting GLOBE gathering of 2015.  >>

11/03/2014
Youth Learning as Citizen Environmental Scientists (YLACES)
Through recognition and financial reward programs, Youth Learning as Citizen Environmental Scientists assists and rewards the implementation of inquiry-based, experiential science education where students do science and contribute to understanding of our environment. Grants range from support for taking simple measurements to teacher professional development and working for pervasive inclusion of student research projects in science teaching.  >>

10/31/2014
October 2014 GLOBE News Brief
October 2014 GLOBE News Brief  >>

10/31/2014
Letter to the Community
Letter to the Community  >>