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02/20/2024
January 2024 Updates to U.S. Partner Forum
Two members of the U.S. Partner Forum recently completed their terms, leaving openings for two new members to join. Thanks to Tracy Ostrom and Sarah Nern for their years of service, and welcome to Amanda Syers and Peggy Foletta!  >>

02/20/2024
14 October 2023 Annular Eclipse Round-up
We reached out to U.S. GLOBE Partners who participated in events for the 14 October 2023 annular solar eclipse. They’ve shared their experiences in the short pieces below. We hope their experiences will help guide you as you prepare for the 8 April 2024 total solar eclipse!  >>

02/20/2024
Join the GIO Education Team at the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) Conference in Denver, CO, from 20-23 March
Stop by the UCAR or NASA booths to connect with others in the GLOBE education community!  >>

02/16/2024
Upcoming In-Person NARM Events in March, April, and May
Don't miss these in-person professional development opportunities options for U.S. Partners and educators!  >>

01/23/2024
North American Phenology Campaign Continues-- US and Canada Educators Register Today!
The Spring North America Phenology Campaign is focused on monitoring and reporting plant green-up data to help validate the start of the plant growing season.  >>

01/08/2024
Caydence Palmer Finds SEES Internship “Incredibly Rewarding”
The GLOBE U.S. Coordination Office recently interviewed GLOBE student Caydence Palmer, who spent the 2022 summer interning with the STEM Enhancement in Earth Science (SEES) summer internship program.  >>


12/21/2023
2024 U.S. Regional Student Research Symposia
Registration is now open!  >>

12/07/2023
SEES Internship Piqued STEM Interest for GLOBE Student Tyree Gillespie-Williams
The GLOBE U.S. Coordination Office recently interviewed GLOBE student Tyree Gillespie-Williams, who spent the 2023 summer interning with the STEM Enhancement in Earth Science (SEES) summer internship program.  >>

12/06/2023
Students in Ireland and USA Share Green-Down Data and Culture in Virtual Meeting
On November 14, third grade students from Hampstead Central School (New Hampshire, USA) met virtually with primary students from Timoleague National School (Ireland) to share the results of their GLOBE green-down research. Both schools had been collecting GLOBE green-down data as part of the European and North American GLOBE Phenology Campaigns.   >>