03/27/2014New and Revised Website Features Coming!
A new and improved Honor Roll system will be available on the GLOBE website. The original recognition system was termed the GLOBE Chief Scientist's Honor Roll. The GLOBE Science Honor Roll is a way for GLOBE to recognize the data contributions of GLOBE students and schools. Additionally, in response to the great feedback we have received from the GLOBE community, a number of enhancements have been added to the Workshop, and News and Events applications. >>
03/14/2014Trees for Life
Join Mika Vanhanen, Former GLOBE teacher in Finland, and current founder, CEO of ENO - Environment Online in the "Treelympics" an international tree-planting competition. Celebrate 10 years of ENO, and help acheive ENO's committment to planting 100 million trees by 2017! >>
03/03/2014Successful Launch of the Global Precipitation Measurement Satellite
The Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Core Observatory, a joint Earth-observing mission between NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), thundered into space on 28 February from its launch pad at Tanegashima Space Center in Japan. >>
03/03/2014GLOBE Learning Expedition (GLE) and Annual Partner Meeting Update
Plans continue for the GLE and Annual Partner Meeting taking place in New Delhi, India, in August 2014. >>
02/26/2014NASA's Global Precipitation Mission Satellite Launches on 27 February
We want you and your students to be a part of the Mission! Find out how you can become involved. >>
02/13/2014Be a Part of GLOBE's Annual Earth Day Celebration!
The GLOBE Program Office is seeking story submissions of GLOBE students and alumni who have been influenced by their GLOBE experiences to further education, careers, and Earth stewardship activities. Top submissions will be used in a video for our Earth Day celebration and displayed on our Facebook page for the world to see. >>
01/24/2014Have you Opted-In to Receive the E-Newsletter and other Important E-Mail from GLOBE?
Enter your name and email address on the Opt-In page to receive the News Brief, Director's monthly letter, offers to join projects, opportunities for professional development, info about science events and other informative emails from the GLOBE Program Office. Read more. >>