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11/17/2021
U.S. GLOBE Teachers and Partners: Join the 18 November Watercooler
At this week's Watercooler U.S. GLOBE Partner Forum representative Kimberly Davis (Florida A&M University, Florida) will introduce herself and talk about her Partnership.  >>

11/16/2021
Today (16 November) Webinar: “Introducing the Trees Around the GLOBE 50 Years of Data Challenge; Region Focus: Asia and Pacific”
The Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign will be hosting the webinar: “Introducing the Trees Around the GLOBE 50 Years of Data Challenge: How has Land Cover and Tree Height Changed in Your Location in the Last 50 Years? Region Focus: Asia and Pacific” on Tuesday, 16 November, at 01:00 p.m. ET (05:00 p.m. UTC).  >>

11/15/2021
GLOBE Community: GLOBE Annual Reviews Available – Catching Up Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: The GLOBE Program Annual Reviews are available online. These yearly documents vibrantly chronicle many of the events, activities, and dedicated achievements of GLOBE members from around the world.  >>

11/11/2021
Recent Article Highlights How Volunteers Support Research Using The GLOBE Program’s App, GLOBE Observer Mosquito Habitat Mapper Tool
A recent article (29 October 2021),” App Tracks Harmful Mosquitoes with Help from Crowdsourced Science,” written by Elizabeth Thompson, and published in Eos (Science News of American Geophysical Union/AGU), highlights the ability of volunteers to support research and fight mosquito populations using The GLOBE Program’s app, GLOBE Observer, Mosquito Habitat Mapper Tool.  >>

11/10/2021
Miss NASA GLOBE Program Manager’s Presentation on The GLOBE Program at COP26? Watch it Now!
If you missed the U.S. Center COP26 – NASA Hyperwall Presentation: The GLOBE Program – Engaging Youth and Citizen Scientists in Understanding Our Environment, which was given by GLOBE’s NASA Program Manager, Dr. Allison Leidner, on 05 November, watch it today!  >>

11/10/2021
Today (10 November) Join the GLOBE Mission EARTH and My NASA Data Webinar “Tools for Studying the Urban Heat Island Effect (UHIE)”
On Wednesday, 10 November (07:00 p.m. ET), GLOBE Mission EARTH (GME) and My NASA Data will be hosting the webinar, “Tools for Studying the Urban Heat Island Effect (UHIE)”  >>

11/09/2021
Participating in NASA GLOBE CLOUD GAZE? Read Recent Blog “NASA GLOBE CLOUD GAZE: Analyzing Photographs Taken by GLOBE Participants”
“Have you heard there is a new clouds project? It is called NASA GLOBE CLOUD GAZE. It is a merger of GLOBE Clouds and The Zooniverse online citizen science platform. A one-week pacing guide is now available,” Marilé Colón Robles, principal investigator for CLOUD GAZE and the Project Scientist for NASA GLOBE Clouds at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, USA, said in a recent blog.  >>

11/09/2021
Deadline for NSTA Awards and Recognitions is 17 December
The annual National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Awards and Recognition Program, which recognizes exceptional and innovative science educators, began in 1973. The NSTA Awards and Recognition Program was created to raise awareness and to expose the outstanding work being done in the science education field. It honors exceptional and innovative science educators and principals for their outstanding work. Applications for the 2021-2022 awards cycle are being accepted – all entries must be received by 17 December.  >>

11/08/2021
GLOBE Community: GLOBE eTraining Program Updated and Refreshed – Connecting Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Have you checked out the GLOBE eTraining Program yet? Now is a good time to embark on a virtual expedition to expand your educational and scientific endeavors – and become an invaluable member of The GLOBE Program community!  >>

11/04/2021
Today (04 November) U.S. GLOBE Teachers and Partners: Join the Watercooler with GLOBE Partner Peder Nelson
U.S. GLOBE Teachers and Partners: Join the Watercoolers in November. Watercoolers are held most Thursdays, at 04:10 p.m. EDT. They provide an informal opportunity to connect with other GLOBE teachers and partners to share ideas. Each week begins with a presentation from a teacher or partner, with time for questions and conversation following.  >>