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12/30/2016GLOBE Community: Did You Know that GLOBE is Working with Eco-Schools USA? Collaboration Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Did you know that The GLOBE Program is working with Eco-Schools USA in order to integrate high quality, 21st century, STEM, and environment-based programs. Check it out! >>
12/21/2016GLOBE’s Cloud Protocol Gets an Update in January 2017 – Stay Tuned!
The GLOBE Cloud Protocol is getting an update in January of 2017! >>
12/21/2016GLOBE Community: You Can Download the GLOBE Logo – Access Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Did you know that GLOBE logos, uniquely designed for easy recognition, can be downloaded in a variety of sizes and formats for use by the GLOBE community? Yes, they can! >>
12/20/2016GLOBE Country Coordinators, Partners, Teachers, Scientists: Please Complete Annual Survey by 10 February
The GLOBE Implementation Office is inviting all GLOBE partners, country coordinators, teachers, and scientists to participate in the GLOBE Annual Survey. The deadline for completing the survey is 10 February 2017. >>
12/19/2016Keeping Up With the Urban Heat Island/Student Research Campaign? Read Dr. C’s Latest Blog!
The GLOBE Program is hosting the annual Urban Heat Island/Student Research Campaign (formerly known as the Surface Temperature Field Campaign) from December 1 to December 31, 2016. Want to know more about the campaign? Read the latest blog by Dr. Kevin Czajkowski (Dr. C), campaign scientist. >>
12/16/2016GLOBE Selects Location for 21st GLOBE Annual Partner Meeting and Student Experience for 2017: New Haven, Connecticut, USA
The 21st GLOBE Annual Partner Meeting and Student Research Experience/Field Experience will be held in New Haven, Connecticut, USA, at the campus of Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU). The theme of Annual Meeting is, “Coastal Resilience in Urban Environments.” >>
12/16/2016United States Regional Student Research Symposia: 27 April 2017 – 03 June 2017
Through a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), students from across the United States have the opportunity to come together at one of six face-to-face regional science symposia (formerly regional science fairs) to share the results of field investigations using GLOBE Program protocols. The competition grade spans are: grades 5-8 and grades 9-12. >>
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