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Opt-in to Remain on the GLOBE Program Mailing List
"Opt-In" today to ensure that you are on our e-Communication list. To stay on the mailing lists and remain connected to GLOBE, find instructions here.  >>

Artists Wanted- Enter the 2014 GLOBE Calendar Art Competition
Encourage your students to put their talent to work by creating a work of art for the 2014 GLOBE wall calendar. Deadline for submissions is 30 September.  >>

Hosting Opportunity - 2014 GLOBE Learning Expedition
The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) to select a GLOBE country Partner to host the 2014 GLOBE Learning Expedition (GLE).  >>

Mid-June 2013 News Brief
See all the news in one place. Read the mid-June 2013 GLOBE News Brief.  >>

GLOBE Annual Partner Meeting Update
Some amazing events are in store for you at the 17th GLOBE Annual Partner Meeting coming up 12-16 August at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Be sure to register today. The Student Research Exhibition will be a part of the event; meet with students from many countries and discuss their research with them directly. Update your skills and acquire more tools for your teaching toolbox at the protocol training sessions that will take place at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.  >>

Community Spotlight - Dr. Dixon Butler
From Chief Scientist to GLOBE Director to NASA consultant … Dr. Dixon Butler's connection to the GLOBE Program has, in many ways, come full circle. Read the profile of Dr. Dixon Butler in the Community Spotlight.  >>

Mid-May 2013 Technology Update
The GLOBE Program is continually adding features and meaningful updates to the GLOBE website. Log on today to check out some of the newest features and functions now.  >>

Participant Info Forms for Annual Partner Meeting
Part of the GLOBE protocol trainings and facilities tour will take place at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. For entry into this facility, all GLOBE Annual Meeting participants —U.S. and international— are required to complete a NASA Visitor Information Form.  >>

GLOBE Program Partner/Country Coordinator Survey
Thanks to those who have already completed the 2012 GLOBE Program Partner/Country Coordinator survey. For those who have not yet done so, complete your survey by 24 May. Gathering this information is critical to document your involvement with GLOBE in 2012.  >>

Texas Partners Collaborating with NASA Langley
NASA's DISCOVER-AQ airborne campaign will be flying over the Houston area this September 2013, collecting data on air quality. In collaboration with this mission NASA Langley will be hosting a Train-the-Trainer for Texas GLOBE Partners. These Partners will in-turn, provide a local GLOBE workshop to teachers in Texas. The GLOBE Partnership at NASA Langley is looking to collaborate with GLOBE Partners in Texas to provide teacher training surrounding NASA's DISCOVER-AQ Mission. DISCOVER-AQ, a NASA Earth Venture program funded mission, stands for Deriving Information on Surface Conditions from Column and Vertically Resolved Observations Relevant to Air Quality. DISCOVER-AQ is taking a closer look at the air quality near the surface of the Earth, helping us better understand the ingredients that make up the air we breathe. The mission will be collecting data in Houston, Texas this September. Learn more about the campaign at NASA's Langley Research Center would like to collaborate with local Partners to provide GLOBE teacher workshops and help inform the community about the upcoming airborne campaigns. If your Partnership is interested in this collaboration, please contact: Jessica Taylor, NASA Langley  >>