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12/13/2019
Join the 14 January Trees Around the GLOBE Campaign Webinar “How Much Water Do trees Use and Need? NASA’s new ECOSTRESS Mission on the ISS”
The Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign webinar “How Much Water Do Trees Use and Need? NASA’s New ECOSTRESS Mission on the International Space Station,” will be held on Tuesday, 14 January (2:00 p.m. EST/7:00 p.m. UTC).  >>

12/13/2019
Teachers: Have Your Students Engage in Engineering Practices through New “Drone Science Mission Board Game”
Teachers (upper elementary through high school): Have your students engage in engineering practices through the new “Drone Science Mission Board Game,” developed by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) Center for Science Education, a GLOBE partner.  >>

12/12/2019
Article Highlights GLOBE Observer App and Ability of Citizen Scientists to Help Track Global Environmental Change
A recent article, “Photonics Tracks Global Environmental Change,” written by Patricia Daukantas and published in Optics and Photonics (November 2019), highlights the efforts of “optical scientists” and “citizen scientists” to take globe-spanning measurements of ice, water, gases, and the biosphere to help track global environmental change.  >>

12/12/2019
Read New Community Blog: “Hiking with a Purpose Using the GLOBE Observer Mosquito Habitat Mapper and Land Cover Tools”
“Thirty-one seniors armed with the GLOBE Observer mobile app hiked Kamanaumui Valley at the end of October,” Dr. Russanne (Rusty) Low, GLOBE Mission Mosquito Science Lead, said in a recent GLOBE Community Blog. “During the 3.3 mile trek, hikers made Land Cover and Mosquito Habitat observations, while passing verdant tropical vegetation, the ruins of a colonial manor, a biological restoration plot and ancient petroglyphs.”  >>

12/12/2019
Miss the December Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign “Open Forum” Webinars? Read This Blog!
Did you miss the Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign “Open Forum” webinars in December? Then read the recent GLOBE Community Blog, written by Brian Campbell, NASA Senior Earth Science Education Specialist.  >>

12/11/2019
GLOBE Congratulates Top November 2019 Trees Around the GLOBE Campaign Measurement Champions
The Globe Program would like to congratulate the top most active Trees Around the Globe Student Research Campaign participants taking at least 10 measurements for tree height, greenings, and land cover measurements for the campaign in November!  >>

12/11/2019
U.S. Teachers/Partners: 2019-2020 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching Application Cycle Open
The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) are the highest honors bestowed by the United States government specifically for K-12 science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and/or computer science teaching. The Awards were established by Congress in 1983. Every year, PAEMST selects up to six finalists at the state level. Nominations close on 01 March; applications for teachers of grades K-6 are open through 01 May.  >>

12/11/2019
Today (11 Dec): U.S. Regional Student Research Symposia Overview Webinar
Interested in attending the 2020 United States Student Research Symposia (SRS), or just want to hear what they are all about? On Wednesday, 11 December (3:00 p.m. EST), join Jennifer Bourgeault, U.S. GLOBE Country Coordinator, to learn about the 2020 SRS. Participants will learn about dates, locations, travel funding, and how to attend with students!  >>

12/10/2019
Letter of Intent Due 20 December for NSF Solicitation for IUSE:GEOPAths
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has issued a solicitation (NSF 20-516) for the program: “Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Pathways into the Earth, Ocean, Polar and Atmospheric & Geospace Sciences” (IUSE:GEOPAths). A Letter of Intent (LOI), which is required, is due 20 December 2019; full proposal is due 14 February 2020.  >>

12/09/2019
GLOBE Community: What Are GLOBE’s Impacts Around the World? Find Out!
Tip of the Week: Did you know that you the international GLOBE network has grown to include representatives from over 122 participating countries and over 131 U.S. Partners coordinating GLOBE activities that are integrated into their local and regional communities? How about the fact that GLOBE students have contributed over 175 million measurements to the GLOBE database for use in their inquiry-based science projects?  >>