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Going Global in West Virginia with GLOBE
In Fall 2023, the GLOBE U.S. Coordination Office awarded Fairmont State University and the Katherine Johnson NASA Independent Verification & Validation's Education Resource Center (IV&V ERC) in Fairmont, West Virginia, a grant for an Atmosphere data protocol training to prepare GLOBE teachers to become mentors for GLOBE science fair projects both at the county and state level as well as during the GLOBE International Virtual Science Symposium (IVSS).  >>

Students Share Research at U.S. GLOBE Student Research Symposia
In April and May 2024, middle and high school students from around the United States came together at five GLOBE U.S. Regional Student Research Symposia (SRS) to share the results of research they conducted in their local communities. They used GLOBE protocols and data in their research and prepared posters to share their results with their peers and STEM professionals.  >>

New Hampshire Students Help Create the Earth Around Us Water Tent
On June 6, a cheer went up through the crowd that gathered to witness the unveiling of the Water Tent, part of the Earth Around Us tent program produced by the New Hampshire GLOBE Program based at the Leitzel Center at the University of New Hampshire. The crowd comprised nearly 75 Kindergarten through grade 5 students and their teachers at the Maple Street Magnet School in Rochester, N.H.  >>

Midwest Students Present Research at Toledo Zoo and Aquarium
Seventy-two students from four states (Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin) participated in the 2024 Midwest GLOBE Student Research Symposium, held at the Toledo Zoo and Aquarium (Ohio) from May 6-8, 2024.  >>

All Saints' Episcopal School Hosts Southwest Students' Research
The GLOBE Southwest SRS was held May 3-4, 2024, at All Saints' Episcopal School in Fort Worth, Texas, with over 70 attendees. GLOBE students and educators traveled from Kansas, New Mexico and Texas to share their research during a poster session.  >>

Boston University AquaROVER Design project
The AquaROVER Senior Design Team, in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Boston University, successfully completed their Capstone Design project. The members of the team, Fahim Rabbi, Lorenzo Moriche Koukouchkina, Natalie Menon, Samuel Haley, and Weinuo Lin, collaborated with Prof Caleb Farny (Boston University, GLOBE Mission EARTH), Geoffrey Bland (NASA Goddard, AREN Project), and Lisa Ogiemwonyi (Wayne RESA, AREN Project), to continue development of the AREN AquaROVER vehicle and the primary goal of adding wind propulsion to the vehicle. The team designed, built, and tested a new sail, keel, elevator, and rudder mechanism.  >>

Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Students Showcase Environmental Research at Berks Nature
Sixty-four students from nine schools across the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic region conducted research to answer a question about the environment. The students discussed their research projects during a poster session with ten science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professionals who represented non-profit organizations, institutes of higher education and NASA facilities.  >>

Defiance, Ohio, Hosts In-Person NARM
The 2023 in-person North American Regional Meeting (NARM) in Defiance, Ohio, brought together 22 participants from several U.S. states to attend.  >>

GLOBE Students Present Research at Jet Propulsion Laboratory
One hundred GLOBE students, educators, Partners and chaperones from Alaska, California and Montana came together at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, for the Pacific/Northwest 2024 Student Research Symposium on 10 and 11 May, 2024.   >>

Camp Counselors Gather for GLOBE Goes to Camp Conference
From April 4 to 6, Shady Creek Outdoor School and Event Center hosted the NASA GLOBE Goes to Camp Conference, which saw participation from a diverse group including local educators, U.S. Forest Service staff, and camp directors from Oregon, Wisconsin and South Carolina, along with our very own Shady Creek team.  >>