Mission EARTH - Mission Earth

Mission Earth

GLOBE Side Navigation

Fusing GLOBE with NASA assets to build systematic innovation in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)


GLOBE Mission EARTH is a collaborative of multiple institutions across the United States formed to increase involvement in the GLOBE Program (www.globe.gov). In addition to the members from our partner institutions, our group includes hundreds of other individuals including teachers, students and citizen scientists, located throughout the United States. More > >
GLOBE Mission Earth Group

Latest News


Asset Publisher

Science From the Rooftops
Not far from the Oakland shoreline, where you can catch a dreamy, distant glimpse of the Golden Gate Bridge, is the middle school where Jess Kunz teaches science. It’s in the Fruitvale neighborhood of Oakland: only a fifteen-minute drive away from the shore, but a world apart. Here, the mists of the San Francisco Bay give way to the gas fumes of cars; the blossomy seashore paths give way to pavement, concrete, and dense urban living.  >>

National Engineers Week Resources
This year's National Engineers Week runs from February 20 - 26, 2022, and Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day is February 24! This year's theme is Reimagining the Possible. We have collected several resources to engage your students in engineering themes and challenges. You can find these posted in the Mission EARTH Engineering Connections/Engineering Resources folder (https://www.globe.gov/web/mission-earth/overview/engineering_connections/engineering-resources).  >>

Welcoming Sara Feit to GME
The Boston University GLOBE Mission EARTH group welcomes Sara Feit as a Research Scientist and Project Manager. Sara has a BA in Environmental Studies and in Health: Science, Society & Policy, from Brandeis, and is finishing online and part-time a MS in Environmental Sciences & Policy from Johns Hopkins. Previously Sara was a Lead Teacher, then Manager of Operations, and then Director of Operations for PUDDLESTOMPERS Nature Exploration in Newton from 2016-21. Sara brings a wealth of experience to the group and looks forward to working with the rest of GLOBE Mission EARTH!  >>

Connect Mission Earth