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2022 NARM at the Toledo Zoo in Ohio
Midwest partners from GLOBE Mission Earth, AREN, and Prairie Project joined forces to host “From Midwestern Prairies to City Centers: GLOBE Student Research to Better Our Region’s Environment” at The Toledo Zoo on 7 and 8 November 2022 as part of the GLOBE North American Regional Meeting (NARM). Area teachers who participated were provided stipends to cover the cost of their substitute teachers as well as GLOBE equipment and materials to take back to their classrooms!  >>

2022 North American Regional Meeting Overview
The 2022 GLOBE North American Regional Meeting (NARM) took place both virtually 02–04 November and at three in-person professional development workshops 07–08 November.  >>

Meet a New Southeast Region Partnership—The Museum of Arts and Sciences
The Museum of Arts and Science is the largest general purpose museum in Georgia, located on 14 acres in Macon, featuring art and science exhibitions, Full Dome Planetarium, Science on a Sphere, Mini Zoo with over 70 live animals, interactive Discovery House, beautiful Nature Trails, 200 seat Auditorium, Museum Store, and much more.  >>

Meet Berks Nature – The Nature Place
Berks Nature is not simply a place. It is a feeling you get as you enter its presence. Walking through the grounds and towards the facility, I breathe in, my shoulders release a bit, and I am taken by the place that values nature as essential to our quality of life.  >>

GLOBE Youth Geoscientist (GYG) Summer Internship Completes Year 2
The GLOBE YOUTH GEOSCIENTIST (GYG) program provides a blend of earth system science field research with college readiness and career exploration. The GYG program held their second two-week summer program from June 27 to July 11 under a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).  >>

NASA Takes GLOBE to Camp 2022
This summer, NASA Takes GLOBE to Camp provided over 10,000 campers across the United States with opportunities to explore GLOBE Clouds, Trees, Land Cover, Air Quality, Soil, Surface Temperature, and Mosquito Habitats.  >>

Summer Opportunities for Students and Teachers in Ohio
The Xcite Learning/Bowling Green State University (BGSU)/The Toledo Zoo Partnership had a busy summer! In early June, we led a STEM-based Elementary GLOBE program, including GLOBE Observer, at Waterville Primary School’s Summer Camp. In July, our partnership collaborated with BGSU’s Project IMPACT, a teacher professional development project sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education.  >>

ESS Collaboratives Converge in Colorado
In July 2022, six teams of GLOBE Earth System Science (ESS) collaboratives from across the United States convened in Estes Park, Colorado, for a one and a half day conference.  >>

GLOBE and the Natural Inquirer Crosswalk Project
Educators and pre-service teachers, earn $100 while learning about two exemplary science education resources! The GLOBE U.S. Coordination Office is looking for educators to highlight connections between the USDA Forest Service’s Natural Inquirer readers for students and GLOBE protocols, learning activities, and storybooks. The connections can be made via a blog post or other formats. We expect one crosswalk to take between two and four hours to research, design, and write. Completed projects will be posted to the GLOBE U.S. Country Coordinator’s blog and related social media.  >>

Congratulations to U.S. GLOBE Student Researchers!
Congratulations to all the U.S. GLOBE students that participated in the International Virtual Science Symposium (IVSS) and the Student Research Symposia (SRS) this year!    >>