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Teacher Feature: A Q&A with GLOBE Teacher Elodie Bourbon
A Q&A with GLOBE teacher Elodie Bourbon: Elodie teaches two sections of Earth science for ESL students. "What is different about GLOBE is the fact that students go outside, actually collect real data."  >>

New GLOBE Initiatives at Queens College, NY
Peter Schmidt, Queens College, shares new initiatives  >>

GLOBE Mission EARTH at the University of Toledo in the time of COVID
How GLOBE Mission EARTH at the University of Toledo is conducting professional development, student engagement, and webinars during the COVID19 pandemic.  >>

WestED/UC Berkeley Team Offer Resources for Supporting Teachers During COVID-19
The GLOBE Mission EARTH Team at WestEd/UC Berkeley have advice and resources on how to best support teachers that are teaching virtually during 'shelter at home' mandates.  >>

Bowling Green State University Engages Undergrads and Citizen Scientists in GLOBE
The GLOBE Midwest Region Bowling Green State University (BGSU) Partnership engaged in both undergraduate GLOBE student research and collaborative Federal grant development activities to further promote GLOBE in the region and beyond.  >>

At Stone Child College, GLOBE Bridges Indigenous and Western Ways of Knowing
GLOBE partner Stone Child College is a tribal college located on the Chippewa Cree Rocky Boy Reservation in north central Montana. Douglas, a long time resident of the Rocky Boy community, says aspects of GLOBE fit well with the indigenous way of knowing.  >>

GLOBE Partner California Academy of Sciences Supports Educators in Out-of-School Programs
The California Academy of Sciences has designed a nationwide out-of-school-time program that inspires middle school youth to explore and connect with nature while achieving essential science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning goals. The name of this program? It’s called the Science Action Club (SAC). This hands-on citizen science program ignites curiosity, fosters workforce development skills, and builds STEM identity. From Anchorage Alaska to Albany New York, Science Action Club is implemented in 400-800 programs annually.  >>

MULTI Student Research Showcase Inspires Focal Students
The Metropolitan State University of Denver brought the excitement of student learning and research to Downtown Denver for the MULTI Student Research Showcase. One goal of the event was to inspire our “focal students”, those who have not seen themselves in a STEM career pipeline, by interactions to near-peers from similar backgrounds.  >>

SRS, Professional Development and Classroom Visits for the Boston University Mission EARTH Team
Kathleen Johnson writes about Boston University's 2019 -2020 GLOBE highlights, including hosting the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic SRS, an interesting professional development model, and working with GLOBE students!  >>

GLOBE Partners Support SRS and IVSS Students through Local Symposia and Travel Support
GLOBE Partners play an integral role in the U.S. Regional Student Research Symposia (SRS) and the International Virtual Science Symposium (IVSS) by mentoring students and teachers throughout the research process. GLOBE reached out to four GLOBE partnerships that provided support through holding local GLOBE symposia and/or by funding the travel and lodging of SRS teams.  >>