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09/03/2019
2019 Southwest Student Research Symposium Highlights
This spring, 39 students and 14 GLOBE teachers from Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico attended the Southwest Student Research Symposium (SRS) hosted by the Mescalero Apache School. Students presented a total of 16 GLOBE research projects in a poster presentation session and visited White Sands National Monument.  >>

07/30/2019
2019 Southeast GLOBE Student Research Symposium Highlights
The Southeast U.S. GLOBE Student Research Symposium took place on May 10-11, 2019 at the Atlanta Metropolitan State College, Atlanta, GA. GLOBE Partner Garry Harris, from the Center for Sustainable Communities, SMART Academy Center for Excellence hosted 26 GLOBE students and 9 teachers. Attendees traveled from Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi. Students presented a total of 11 GLOBE research projects to their peers and local scientists.  >>

07/29/2019
Carbon Cycle Modeling eTraining Now LIVE!
The GLOBE Program is pleased to announce that the Carbon Cycle Modeling eTraining is now live. This module covers systems and models, their associated vocabulary, diagraming systems, and why models are useful tools for understanding systems. It also highlights three GLOBE Carbon Cycle Online Models that introduce systems thinking and the global carbon cycle.  >>

07/26/2019
Metropolitan State University Uses GLOBE to Connect with Community
GLOBE Partner Richard Wagner describes how Metropolitan State University in Denver, Colorado, USA, connects with teachers, students and partners through regional United States Student Research Symposia (SRS), MULTI STEM Institutes, and STEM career expos.  >>

07/26/2019
Spring and Summer Highlights from INFINITY Science Center GLOBE Partnership
INFINITY Science Center highlights their work bringing student research teams to the Southeast Student Research Symposia (SRS), hosting an Ecology Scout Day, and receiving a NOAA B-WET grant for training and involving schools in GLOBE.  >>

07/02/2019
Fourth Annual Student Research Symposia a Success
At the 2019 Regional Student Research Symposia (SRS), 261 students presented a total of 107 GLOBE research projects to their peers and local scientists. Students also experienced keynotes, tours, and hands-on science activities, while teachers participated in professional development sessions.  >>

06/21/2019
2019 Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Student Research Symposium Highlights
The Northeast/Mid-Atlantic U.S. GLOBE Student Research Symposium (SRS) took place on 31 May through 01 June 2019. The event was hosted by the Boston University Mission Earth Team at Boston University, Boston,Massachusetts. Seventy-nine students and 20 GLOBE teachers attended, with the students presenting a total of 38 GLOBE research projects in a poster presentation session. Student projects were reviewed both by their peers and by local scientists.  >>

05/21/2019
2019 Northwest Student Research Symposium Highlights
The Northwest Regional Student Research Symposium took place on 02-04 May. The event was hosted by GLOBE Partner Dr. Blakely Tsurusaki at Beach Camp at Sunset Bay in Edmonds, Washington. Ten students and five GLOBE teachers from Alaska, Montana, and Washington attended. Student projects were reviewed by their peers, local scientists, and ten GLOBE partners and scientists who joined virtually through Zoom.  >>

05/08/2019
2019 Midwest Student Research Symposium Highlights
The Midwest U.S. GLOBE Student Research Symposium (SRS), hosted by Partner Marcy Seavey, took place at the University of Northern Iowa. There were 36 students and five GLOBE teachers from Michigan and Indiana, USA, in attendance. Students presented 20 GLOBE research projects in a poster presentation session.  >>

05/07/2019
2019 Pacific Student Research Symposium Highlights
Congratulations to the 71 Students and 13 GLOBE teachers presenting research projects at the 2019 Pacific U.S. GLOBE Student Research Symposium (SRS). Student projects were reviewed by their peers and by scientists from NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, NASA Ames, WestEd, and Chabot Space and Science Center. The event also included networking, keynotes, and exploration of the natural marine ecosystem.  >>