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03/01/2021
U.S. GLOBE Teachers/Partners: Join March Watercoolers – Beginning Today (01 March)!
At this week's Watercooler, U.S. GLOBE Partner Forum representative Tina Harte (NASA representative, NASA Langley) will introduce herself and talk about her Partnership.  >>

03/01/2021
March GLOBE Urban Heat Island Effect (UHIE)-Surface Temperature Student Research Campaign is On!
The March UHIE-Surface Temperature Field Campaign is on! It is time, once again, to collect observations of surface temperature, clouds, and snow – and add to the extensive data set that students and scientists, including Dr. Czajkowski (“Dr. C,” Director of the Geographic Information Science and Applied Geographics Lab at the University of Toledo, Ohio, USA) can use to study the urban heat island effect.  >>

03/01/2021
Twelve Countries Celebrate Anniversary with The GLOBE Program in March
Congratulations to the twelve GLOBE countries celebrating anniversaries of successful GLOBE implementation during the month of March.  >>

02/26/2021
Join 01 March “Citizen Science: A Means to Promote Equity and Inclusion in STEM” Talk
On 01 March, at 03:00 p.m. ET, join: “Citizen Science: A Means to Promote Equity and Inclusion in STEM,” which is part of the Mitchell Center Talk Series. The talk will be hosted by Amara Ifeji, Freshman, Northeastern University; Grassroots Development Coordinator, Maine Environmental Education Association  >>

02/26/2021
Join 11 March GLOBE Mission Mosquito Webinar: “Mosquito Invaders”
On Thursday, 11 March, at 02:00 p.m. ET (07:00 p.m. UTC), you are invited to join the GLOBE Mission Mosquito (GMM) webinar: “Mosquito Invaders,” hosted by Dr. Rusty Low. Participants will connect NASA’s climate change science to a new invasive species, Aedes vittatus, which is capable of carrying nearly all of the most dangerous mosquito-borne diseases, except for malaria, and its new landscapes.  >>

02/25/2021
Have You Checked Out GLOBE’s New Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Blog?
Have you had a chance to check out the new “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” (DEI) blogging portal now available on the GLOBE website? Rosalba Giarratano, NASA Pathways Intern, and member of the GLOBE Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Working Group, is blogging about diversity, equity, inclusion, and GLOBE!  >>

02/25/2021
Participating in 2021 IVSS? Check Out This “Science Practices: Analyzing Data” Resource Page
Are you participating in the 2021 IVSS? Then you’ll want to check out GLOBE’s “Science Practices: Analyzing Data” resource page today!  >>

02/24/2021
Reports for 2021 IVSS Due 10 March! Judges Needed for 2021 IVSS – Informational Webinar on 29 March
The GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) is looking for judges for the 2021 IVSS. The IVSS is a way for students from all over the world to showcase their hands-on scientific efforts with The GLOBE Program. Judging consists of filling out a Google form with scores and feedback on the student's project. Each project takes around 20-30 minutes to assess. Judges should be fluent in at least one of the following languages: English, Spanish, French, Arabic, Croatia  >>

02/23/2021
Meet the Experts – Join Live Q&A Sessions with GLOBE Partner UCAR Center for Science Education
GLOBE Partner UCAR Center for Science Education (SciEd) is hosting regular “Meet the Experts Live Question and Answer Sessions.” Join SciEd as they talk with experts to learn about what they do in their work, the highlights and challenges, and how it impacts us and our world. Then ask them anything you want to know about what it's like to do their jobs! The program will last approximately 20 minutes.  >>

02/23/2021
Judges Needed for 2021 IVSS – Informational Webinar on 29 March
The GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) is looking for judges for the 2021 IVSS. The IVSS is a way for students from all over the world to showcase their hands-on scientific efforts with The GLOBE Program. Judging consists of filling out a Google form with scores and feedback on the student's project. Each project takes around 20-30 minutes to assess. Judges should be fluent in at least one of the following languages: English, Spanish, French, Arabic, Croatia  >>