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The Mid-October 2013 News Brief
See all the news in one place. Read the MId-October 2013 GLOBE News Brief!  >>

The October 2013 News Brief
See all the news in one place. Read the October 2013 GLOBE News Brief!  >>

Community Spotlight - Tatjana Holjević
GLOBE teacher Tatjana Holjević is rightfully proud of her three students from the Medical High School in Rijeka, Croatia, who took third place in the 2013 GLOBE Student Research Exhibition. The students presented their project "Water Quality and Revitalization Potential of the Mrtvi Kanal Channel" at the GLOBE Annual Meeting.  >>

Europe and Eurasia Aerosols Campaign
GLOBE students across the Europe and Eurasia Region have been focused on atmosphere since the Aerosols Campaign started in mid-September. The aim of the campaign is to raise the awareness about aerosols, their occurrence, origin and impacts.  >>

NOAA's Teacher at Sea Program - Call for Applicants
Since 1990, NOAA's Teacher at Sea Program has enabled over 600 teachers to gain first-hand experience of science and life at sea by working on research ships. Teachers have enriched their classroom curricula with a depth of understanding made possible by living and working side-by-side, day and night, with those who contribute to the world's body of scientific knowledge.  >>

Water in the West - A CIRES webinar
Of special interest to our GLOBE Partners in Colorado and the western United States, this notice from our supporters at CIRES: The first in a new four-part webinar series kicks off on October 16 at 4:30 MT with Climate Change and Water in the West Part One: Challenges for the Colorado River Basin.  >>

Encourage your students to enter the 2014 GLOBE Calendar Art Competition
The GLOBE 2014 Calendar Art Competition is currently underway and the deadline has been extended to 15 October. Encourage your students to express themselves and send us an illustration about what makes their local environment unique.  >>

Texas Students Make Science Lessons a Global Affair
"On Friday night, when most high school students in Tyler, Texas, were going home from a football game, three girls in Hawkins had a different plan. Allyson Edwards, Hope Hughes and Madison Jaco, all Hawkins High School students, intended to Skype students in India to talk about research," writes Emily Guevara of the Tyler Morning Star Newspaper in Tyler, Texas. Learn more about the collaboration to analyze soil characteristics involving students in Tyler and in New Delhi, India, and the girls' trip to Maryland with science teacher Audra Edwards to present their findings at the 2013 GLOBE Student Research Exhibition.  >>

September 2013 News Brief
All the latest news in one place... Read the September 2013 GLOBE News Brief.  >>

Sixth Annual Siemens 'We Can Change The World' Challenge
The Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge is the premier national environmental sustainability competition for K-12 students in the United States. Through project-based learning, students learn about science and conservation while creating solutions that impact their planet. Beginning August 13, 2013 through March 4, 2014, teams from across the country will be challenged to create sustainable, reproducible environmental improvements in their local communities.  >>