08/21/2019Elementary School Teachers: Have You Checked Out the "Cloud” Teaching Box?
A new University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) Center for Science Education (SciEd) “Cloud” Teaching Box (for elementary school students) is now available! >>
08/21/2019Join Millions Around the World on 21 September for World Cleanup Day!
The next World Cleanup Day will take place on 21 September 2019. On that day volunteers and partners worldwide again will come together to rid our planet of trash – cleaning up litter and mismanaged waste from our beaches, rivers, forests, and streets. >>
08/20/2019Today (20 August) is World Mosquito Day – Watch Story Map, Created by U.S. Embassy in France, Highlighting Collaborative Efforts
Today, 20 August, is World Mosquito Day, an opportunity to recognize the serious threat that mosquito-borne diseases such as Zika, dengue fever, and yellow fever pose to global health. >>
08/19/2019Keeping Up With GLOBE Star Stories? Read About Our Latest Stars!
Have you been keeping up with the latest GLOBE Star Stories? GLOBE Stars are stories of projects, people and extraordinary activities being conducted around the world in connection to GLOBE. These GLOBE Stars are the bright lights that spark our imagination and inspire us with news of GLOBE at work in the world. >>
08/19/2019Did You Miss Dr. Tony Murphy’s Third Quarter Video Address to the GLOBE Community? Watch It Now!
GLOBE Community: If you haven’t had a chance to watch GLOBE Implementation Office Director Dr. Tony Murphy’s third quarter video address, then watch it today! >>
08/19/2019GLOBE Community: The Teacher’s Guide is Searchable – Learning GLOBE Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Did you know that the Teacher’s Guide is searchable by protocol, learning activity, grade band, and standards? It is – and you can begin your search today. >>
08/15/2019Today (15 August): South American Eclipse 2019 Webinar: “Now What Do I Do With the Data?”
On 02 July 2019, a total solar eclipse passed across the southern part of South America. The eclipse began over the Pacific Ocean, and the lunar shadow entered South America near La Serena, Chile, and ended near Chascomús, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Outside this path, a partial solar eclipse was visible in the rest of Chile and Argentina, as well as in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay; and in parts of Colombia, Brazil, Venezuela, and Panama. >>
08/14/2019U.S. GLOBE High School Seniors: 2020 Regeneron Science Talent Search Application Now Open! Deadline 13 November
U.S. GLOBE high school seniors: The Regeneron Science Talent Search (Regeneron STS) application is now open. Regeneron STS provides a forum for original research that is recognized and reviewed by a jury of professional scientists. Deadline for applications is Wednesday, 13 November, at 8:00 p.m. ET. >>
08/13/2019GLOBE Observer on the Lewis and Clark Trail Citizen Science Challenge Runs through 02 September
The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail and NASA GLOBE Observer are challenging visitors to collect land cover observations along the trail between 01 June and 02 September 2019. To participate, simply download the GLOBE Observer App, open the Land Cover tool, and start taking observations to earn points. >>
08/12/2019Miss the “How to Submit Dust Storm Event Photographs Using GLOBE Observer” Webinar? Check Out the Recording and Educational Resources!
If you missed the 06 August webinar “How to Submit Dust Storm Event Photographs Using GLOBE Observer,” presented by NASA GLOBE Clouds Project Scientist, Marilé Colón Robles, the recording – and related educational resources – are now available. >>
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