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May Online Webinar - Student Climate Research Campaign
In May, the GLOBE Science and Education team will host an online webinar to update the community on the Student Climate Research Campaign (SCRC). 21 May 2012 at 16:00 UTC (10:00 am MDT) 22 May 2012 at 1:30 UTC (7:30 pm MDT)  >>

Get Social with The GLOBE Program
On 1 April, the Program launched its new-look social media pages and we want you to help us expand these networks. Our profiles will keep you up to date on GLOBE news, important announcements and earth science related information. In addition, the Program will be sharing interesting facts about our climate every day on Facebook and Twitter. Your comments and re-tweets are always appreciated.  >>

Climate and Land Cover Project IOP 1-30 April
In April, the GLOBE Program asks the question: "What is the land cover type near your school and how is it changing over time?" Join other GLOBE schools that are collecting land cover data that will be used to improve land cover databases and climate models and help document how land cover is changing over time in different places all over the world.  >>

Great Global Investigation of Climate - Join in Now
The quarterly Great Global Investigation of Climate (GGIC) Intensive Observing Period (IOP) is currently underway. Students enter their temperature and precipitation data during any (or all) of the four annual IOPs. The entire month of March 2012 is one of these focused observation and data collection periods.  >>

GLOBE at Night - 13 to 22 March
GLOBE at Night is an international citizen-science campaign to raise public awareness of the impact of light pollution. GLOBE students and community members measure the brightness of the night sky and submit their observations to a website online or by smart phone.The final 2 observing periods are 13 – 22 March and 11 – 20 April.  >>

Great Global Investigation of Climate - Currently Underway
Enjoy going outdoors from 1-31 March to take your temperature and precipitation measurements and enter them in the GLOBE database. Collecting data throughout the year helps build a GLOBE database that allows students and other climate scientists to observe seasonal changes that vary across latitude and continents.  >>

GLOBE Video Competition - Deadline Extended
The GLOBE Program is challenging GLOBE schools from around the world to share their climate explorations and research through video. We are pleased to give more time for the submission of entries due to an overwhelming response from the GLOBE community that we extend the deadline. The new deadline is 31 March.  >>

NASA Opportunity for U.S. Female High School Juniors
NASA's Women in Stem High School (WISH) project offers a unique experience for female high school students to jump-start their future and explore the possibilities of a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related college major or career.  >>

World Water Day - 22 March 2012
World Water Day is only a few weeks away and now is the time to get involved. Every year, GLOBE students join in the worldwide celebration while focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and supporting the sustainable management of freshwater resources.  >>

Enter the GLOBE 2012 Earth Day Video Competition
Get your camera out and hit record ... Entries for the GLOBE Earth Day video competition will be accepted from 15 February to 15 March 2012. The video contest is a creative way for students to showcase how they are exploring and investigating their local climate using GLOBE protocols and learning activities. For more details, visit the Earth Day video webpage.  >>