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Largest Research Competition Takes Place During 2021/2022 GLOBE Contest and Student Conference in Switzerland
On 24 June 2022, the grand finale of the GLOBE Contest took place during the Student Conference in Bern, Switzerland. Over 300 groups of students submitted their own work in the areas of biodiversity, climate change, soil, and water quality. Sixty-two groups, with over 170 students and their teachers, were invited to the national conference and were able to present their results.  >>

The GLOBE Implementation Office is Hiring!
The GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) is looking to expand our team with people who share our enthusiasm for Earth science and education, data analysis, and communications! If you are interested in joining a dynamic cohort of individuals committed to working together to move GLOBE forward, view the position description below. (Additional positions will be added soon to this page, so keep checking back!)  >>

Help GLOBE Reach “Match to a Million: The GLOBE Program’s Countdown to a Million Satellite Matches”
Cloud observations submitted to The GLOBE Program, and to the program’s app, GLOBE Observer, are “pulled” by the NASA GLOBE Clouds team at NASA Langley Research Center (NASA LaRC) and matched to satellite data. GLOBE is fast approaching one million satellite matches – and the program needs your help to ensure that this goal is reached by the time the GLOBE Annual Meeting takes place in July.  >>

There’s Still Time to Register for the 2022 GLOBE Annual Meeting! Check Out – and Customize – the Agenda!
Registration for the 2022 GLOBE Annual Meeting, which will be held virtually from 25-28 July, is open! The theme of the meeting is “Communicating GLOBE in Changing Times.”  >>

Today (14 July) GLOBE Mission Mosquito Webinar: “Mosquito Action Project”
The GLOBE Mission Mosquito (GMM) webinar, “Mosquito Action Projects,” will be held on Thursday, 14 July, at 02:00 p.m. EDT (06:00 p.m. UTC).  >>

Today (12 July) Webinar: “From Tree Tops to Coastal Waters – Mapping Coastal Wetlands in Three Dimensions with NASA Data”
The Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign will be hosting the webinar: “From Tree Tops to Coastal Waters – Mapping Coastal Wetlands in Three Dimensions with NASA Data and a Look at Mangrove Work with Green Heritage Fund Suriname” on Tuesday, 12 July, at 11:00 a.m. EDT (03:00 p.m. UTC; 12:00 p.m. Suriname Time).  >>

GLOBE Students: Video On! Produce a Video for the Spotlite Video Challenge: Cloud Detectives
GLOBE student video production teams are invited to help increase people's understanding of science by producing a video to correct a science misconception. Participate in the Spotlite Video Challenge: Cloud Detectives and demonstrate how to do a hands-on activity, including taking GLOBE cloud observations, to collect evidence supporting your claim.  >>

Keeping 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.  >>

Meet 2022 GLOBE Annual Meeting Keynote Speaker Jillian Anderson
Jillian Anderson has been a teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing since 2018. A Massachusetts, USA, native, she initially got her Bachelor’s from Smith College (Northampton, Massachusetts) with a major in Neuroscience and a minor in Chemistry. She has always had a passion for the sciences and learning, both in educational and non-academic endeavors. In 2016 she began pursuing a Masters of Education at Teachers College, Columbia University (New York, USA) and graduated with dual teaching certifications for Deaf and Hard of Hearing (K-12) and Chemistry (7-12).  >>

Meet 2022 GLOBE Annual Meeting Keynote Speaker Yvonne Ivey-Parker
The GLOBE Program would like to introduce 2022 Annual Meeting Keynote Speaker Yvonne Ivey-Parker. Yvonne is the project manager for the NASA Transform to Open Science Initiative, a $40 million, five-year mission focused on transforming the global science community to move toward opening up the scientific process for all.  >>