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02/09/2015
GLOBE Europe and Eurasia Announces Winners of the Regional GLOBE at My School Photo Competition
GLOBE schools from the Europe and Eurasia Region contributed by more than 600 hundred photos that captured their best moments with GLOBE showing their work, GLOBE study sites and their local environment.  >>

02/08/2015
Students Invited to Present Inquiry-based Research Projects at the SATELLITES Conference in Perrysburg, Ohio
Register to participate in the SATELLITES Conference by 1 April 2015. Area students in grades K-12 along with university students will present projects that were developed using their own inquiry-based research using geospatial technologies.  >>

02/02/2015
2015 GLOBE Educator Fellowships Awarded
The GLOBE Program is pleased to announce the first recipients of the GLOBE Distinguished Educator Fellowship: Dr. Umarporn Charusombat of Thailand (Asia and Pacific Region) and Mr. John Moore of the United States (North American Region).  >>

02/02/2015
NASA Launches Groundbreaking SMAP Observatory!
NASA successfully launched the Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) observatory on 31 January at 9:22 EST (14:22 UTC). SMAP is the first Earth satellite designed to collect global observations of the vital soil moisture hidden just beneath our feet.  >>

01/21/2015
SMAP Scheduled to Launch 29 January!
NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive Mission (SMAP) is scheduled to launch on 29 January at 9:20 a.m. ET. GLOBE will be having a Launch Party and we encourage teachers to host their own classroom SMAP party!  >>

01/12/2015
The Illustrated 2015 GLOBE Calendar is Available Online
The 2015 GLOBE Calendar, illustrated with artwork selected from more than 300 submissions from GLOBE students, is now available online.  >>

01/12/2015
GLOBE Receives Distinguished Educator Award from the American Meteorological Society
The American Meteorological Society presented The GLOBE Program with a Distinguished Educator recognition award for excellence and innovation in the promotion of Weather, the Ocean, Climate, the Water Cycle and Space Weather Studies.  >>

01/05/2015
GPM-GLOBE Student Precipitation Field Campaign Begins 1 February 2015
NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Mission will be partnering with The GLOBE Program to hold a student precipitation field campaign to collect data from 1 February through mid-April 2015.  >>

01/05/2015
For Partners Only: Your Annual Survey Is Due 30 January
All GLOBE Partners must complete the GLOBE Annual Partner Survey by 30 January 2015. This survey is extremely important as the information helps GIO and the Program sponsors to consider the state of the Program and the community, how we are meeting our strategic goals, and how to move the Program forward.  >>