Mission Earth Partners

GLOBE Mission EARTH (GME) partners are distributed across the United States, from Boston University (BU) on the east coast in Massachusetts, to University of California at Berkeley (UC Berkeley)/WestEd in California. Our NASA partner is NASA Langley in Hampton, Virginia. Click on the links below to learn more about each of the GME partners. To contact us for support, scroll to the bottom of the page.
University of Toledo
The UT GME Team has also been hosting Professional Development for teachers since 2000. The goals of the UT Professional Development have been to have teachers actively collect GLOBE and create research projects and to present those projects to their peers. This process mimics what students are expected to do when they participate in the GLOBE Program when involved with GLOBE Mission EARTH and the University of Toledo.

Boston University
Boston University Mission EARTH currently partners with the public school system in Providence, Rhode Island, at all levels (elementary, middle, and high school).

Tennessee State University
The Tennessee State University (TSU) GLOBE Partnership was established by Dr. David A. Padgett in 2001.  Our primary mission has been introducing GLOBE to students and teachers from populations underrepresented in the STEM disciplines.

NASA Langley Research
NASA's Langley Research Center (LaRC) has been a GLOBE Partner since 2003.  As a GLOBE Partner, NASA Langley conducts teacher training workshops, offers GLOBE teacher internships and supports both pre-service and in-service teachers implementing the GLOBE program.  Most of our workshops support GLOBE implementation of Atmosphere Investigations, Earth as a System, the Student Climate Research Campaign, and Elementary GLOBE.

WestEd / UC Berkeley
WestEd and the University of California Berkeley (UCB) are working in partnership to support GLOBE Mission EARTH implementation in K-12 formal and informal educational settings.  The partnership supports GLOBE implementation as a strategy to promote learning and career development in Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM).

Institute for Earth Observations
Palmyra Cove Nature Park is a 250-acre nature preserve located along the Delaware River in Palmyra, NJ.  John Moore is the Executive Director at Palmyra Cove and is the lead GLOBE Mission EARTH partner for this institute.