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07/29/2019
Carbon Cycle Modeling eTraining Now LIVE!
The GLOBE Program is pleased to announce that the Carbon Cycle Modeling eTraining is now live. This module covers systems and models, their associated vocabulary, diagraming systems, and why models are useful tools for understanding systems. It also highlights three GLOBE Carbon Cycle Online Models that introduce systems thinking and the global carbon cycle.  >>

07/26/2019
Metropolitan State University Uses GLOBE to Connect with Community
GLOBE Partner Richard Wagner describes how Metropolitan State University in Denver, Colorado, USA, connects with teachers, students and partners through regional United States Student Research Symposia (SRS), MULTI STEM Institutes, and STEM career expos.  >>

07/26/2019
Spring and Summer Highlights from INFINITY Science Center GLOBE Partnership
INFINITY Science Center highlights their work bringing student research teams to the Southeast Student Research Symposia (SRS), hosting an Ecology Scout Day, and receiving a NOAA B-WET grant for training and involving schools in GLOBE.  >>

07/25/2019
Tech Update July 2019
In June and July 2019 our technology team completed development and launched the following.  >>

07/24/2019
GLOBE SE Regional Student Research Symposium 2019
GLOVE SE Regional Student Research Symposium 2019 - Alpena Middle School.  >>

07/12/2019
Elizabeth City State University 2019 Summer Highlights
Elizabeth City State University Partnership hosts GLOBE teacher workshop and summer programming for students.  >>

07/10/2019
University of South Florida Impacts over 300 students through GLOBE training
In the summer of 2019, the University of South Florida GLOBE Partnership completed a NOAA Gulf of Mexico BWET program that utilized Elementary GLOBE protocols.  >>

07/03/2019
UNH Graduate Student Brings Water Wonders to Local Elementary School
Making connections between GLOBE, a UNH Graduate student and a local elementary school!  >>

07/02/2019
Fourth Annual Student Research Symposia a Success
At the 2019 Regional Student Research Symposia (SRS), 261 students presented a total of 107 GLOBE research projects to their peers and local scientists. Students also experienced keynotes, tours, and hands-on science activities, while teachers participated in professional development sessions.  >>

06/25/2019
GO on a Trail Facebook Live on Thursday
Join GLOBE Observer on Thursday, 27 June at 3 p.m. PT for a Facebook Live direct from Hells Gate State Park. They will be discussing the GO on a Trail Summer Challenge and the importance of documenting the world around you.  >>