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01/28/2022
GLOBE Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Assessment Available
The GLOBE Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Assessment is available. “I find it hard to believe it’s been two years since GLOBE invited the community to apply to become part of a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Task Force,” Rosalba Giarratano, a member of the GLOBE DEI Task Force, said in a recent blog.  >>

01/28/2022
Keep Your Head in the Clouds! NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge 2022 Continues Through 15 February
There is still time to participate in the NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge 2022: Clouds in a Changing Climate. The challenge, which began on 15 January, will continue through 15 February.  >>

01/28/2022
Student Reports for the 2022 IVSS Accepted through 11 March
Reports for the 2022 International Virtual Science Symposium (IVSS) are being accepted through 11 March.  >>

01/27/2022
Educators: One-Week GLOBE “Pacing Guides” Now Available – Join Free Webinars (Beginning 02 February)!
Are you interested in working with The GLOBE Program, but not sure where to start? Assistance is here! NASA has worked with experienced GLOBE teachers to put together new one-week “Pacing Guides.” Each guide provides a five-day sequence of activities that address a guiding question. They are aligned to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and incorporate information on how to engage in science observations with GLOBE. Each Pacing Guide also includes an activity from My NASA Data using real satellite data.  >>

01/27/2022
The 2022 GLOBE Annual Meeting Will Be Virtual
The 2022 GLOBE Annual Meeting will be a virtual meeting. “Every January, we begin the new year by planning for our annual meeting, the event that brings us together,” GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) Director Dr. Tony Murphy said. “It is clear, from many discussions, that there is nothing everyone would like more than to meet in person; however, the overarching concern for everyone’s health and safety has led us to conclude that the annual meeting must be virtual again this year”  >>

01/26/2022
U.S. GLOBE Sophomores/Juniors: 2022 SEES Program Summer Internship – Applications Due 15 March (Stipend Available)
The United States GLOBE program is accepting applications for a GLOBE intern at the STEM Enhancement in Earth Science (SEES) 2022 Summer High School Intern Program. This opportunity is open to U.S. GLOBE high school Sophomores and Juniors. Applications are due 15 March 2022.  >>

01/26/2022
Join 15 February Webinar: “Telling our Tree Stories with Examples from the GLOBE Europe and Eurasia Region. Focus: Europe and Eurasia”
The Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign will be hosting the webinar: “Telling our Tree Stories with Examples from the GLOBE Europe and Eurasia Region. Focus: Europe and Eurasia,” on Tuesday, 15 February at 01:00 p.m. EST (06:00 p.m. UTC).  >>

01/26/2022
Clouds and Climate: Watch the Latest Interviews with The GLOBE Program's GLOBE Student Vloggers
Have you ever wondered how clouds, the weather, and climate affect others around the world? What is happening, and how is it the same, and how is it changing over time? In a new, special international, and inter-generational video, you can hear perspectives answering those questions.  >>

01/21/2022
New GLOBE Educator One-Week Pacing Guides and Webinars
Are you interested in doing GLOBE but not sure where to start? NASA has worked with experienced GLOBE teachers to put together new one-week Pacing Guides. Each guide provides a five-day sequence of activities that address a guiding question. They are aligned to NGSS and incorporate making citizen science observations with GLOBE. There are seven guides on different topics. View all the Pacing Guides on the NASA Langley GLOBE Partner page. To learn more, join us for free webinars over the next two months. Each webinar will focus on one of the Pacing Guide topics.  >>

01/21/2022
Join 25 January Urban Heat Island Effect AMS “SCIENCE IS FOR EVERYONE” Presentation: “Too Hot… Too Cold”
On Tuesday, 25 January, at 07:00 p.m. CST, the presentation “Too Hot… Too Cold” will be held. Goldilocks would be disappointed in the temperature extremes some communities are experiencing. In this webinar, the UHIE and the February 2021 Freeze across Texas will be discussed. Speakers: Kevin Czajkowski, University of Toledo, Ohio, USA; James Doss-Gollin, Rice University.  >>