STEM Professionals' Blog


The GLOBE International STEM professionals Network (GISN) Blog is an online collaborative effort where scientists associated with GLOBE post their thoughts, comments, and philosophies about a variety of science topics.

GLOBE strongly encourages positive and productive discussions to further advance the scientific understanding of all involved with The GLOBE Program.




Blog originally posted on the GLOBE Scientists' Blog: http://blog.globe.gov/sciblog/2013/04/24/globes-2013-celebration-of-earth-day-student-connection-of-weather-to-climate/ To celebrate GLOBE ’s 18 th birthday on Earth Day 2013, students across the world were asked to demonstrate how participating in GLOBE has enabled or inspired them to improve the environment of their home, school or local community. We received over 80 entries into the competition, representing each of GLOBE’s six regions. A panel of judges scored each video based upon a provided rubric . The overall...


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Blog originally posted on The GLOBE Scientists' Blog: http://blog.globe.gov/sciblog/2013/04/17/exploring-the-intertropical-convergence-zone/ This week we have a guest post from Janis Steele, PhD and Brooks McCutchen, PhD. They own and operate Berkshire Sweet Gold Maple and Marine, an agroforestry and ocean-going enterprise concerned with sustainable livelihoods and the preservation of wild and perennial ecosystems, from ridge-to-reef. Along with their three boys, Connor, Rowan and Gavin, they spend half of each year running their farm in the Berkshires in Western...


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Blog originally posted on The GLOBE Scientists' Blog:  http://blog.globe.gov/sciblog/?p=1654 This week we are continuing our Full Length Mississippi series with  Mike Link and his wife Kate Crowley.   Mike is the retired founding director of The Audubon Center of the North Woods in Minnesota, an author of 24 books, a published researcher (vernal ponds and ornithology), a college instructor at Hamline University, and a consultant to non-profits.   When we decided that our effort to understand fresh water systems would move from Lake Superior to...


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Blog originally posted on the GLOBE Scientists' Blog:   blog.globe.gov/sciblog/2013/04/03/the-most-important-step-in-science-communicating-your-results/ I remember in high school that I liked science and math much more than my grammar and literature classes.  I recall thinking that if I pursued a career in science, I wouldn’t have to worry about reading and writing and I could really focus on the things I most enjoyed.  Boy was I wrong, and quite ignorant to boot!  In my scientific career, I read and write all of the time, and have come to really value and...


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Blog originally posted on The GLOBE Scientists' Blog: http://blog.globe.gov/sciblog/?p=1625 This week we have a guest blogger, Margi Dashevsky.  Margi currently serves as the Co-Director of the Latin American Center for Arts Science and Education (CLACE).  She has a passion for sharing her love of learning with others and has worked as a science educator for over a decade.  She graduated with honors from Dartmouth College, where she majored in Environmental Studies, with a concentration in Field Ecology, and minored in Geography.  Margi grew up...


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