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09/03/2018
Michigan students "combine science and culture" at the Ireland GLE
A local news article highlights Crestwood High School (MI) students and their experience at the 2018 Ireland GLE.  >>

08/08/2018
From glaciers to invertebrates: who knows where the waters of the GLOBE may take you?
The headwaters that flow from the glaciers high in the Rocky Mountains to the west of Lafayette, Colorado are some of the purest waters in the world. But as it channels through the city of Boulder, the water loses its clarity, picking up human waste and trash—and making it a laboratory for Bill Meyers and his GLOBE students at Alexander Dawson School.  >>

08/08/2018
Two stars from the other side of the globe explore GLOBE to chart their futures
In the spring of 2017, the U.S. GLOBE Program held six regional Student Research Symposia where teachers and students from schools across the country shared the results of their field investigations using GLOBE Program data collection protocols. In this story we profile a student-teacher team from New Jersey who brought their research to the 2017 Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Research Symposium.  >>

07/31/2018
GLOBE opens windows, then doors, from dirt roads to a scientifically-literate world
In the spring of 2017, the US. GLOBE Program, held six regional Student Research Symposia (SRS) where GLOBE data-collection protocols were used. In this series of feature stories, we profile a teacher and students from Arkansas and their journey to the Southeast SRS.  >>

07/24/2018
For GLOBE teacher Diana Johns, every day is Earth Day
In the spring of 2017, the US. GLOBE Program, held six regional Student Research Symposia (SRS) where GLOBE data-collection protocols were used. In this series of feature stories, we profile a teacher and students from Crestwood High School in Michigan and their experience with GLOBE in the classroom and at the Midwest SRS at Purdue University in Indiana.  >>

07/16/2018
Full STE(A)M ahead in LA : Maria Mancia mixes English and Spanish Language Arts into GLOBE
In the spring of 2017, the U.S. GLOBE Program held six regional Student Research Symposia where teachers and students from schools across the country shared the results of their field investigations using GLOBE Program data collection protocols. In this story we profile a student-teacher team from Los Angeles, California who brought their research to NASA JPL for the 2017 Pacific Research Symposium.  >>

07/12/2018
2018 Northwest Student Research Symposium Highlights
The Northwest Region Student Research Symposium took place on 1-2 June 2018 at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. Hosted by GLOBE Partner Lynn Powers of the Southwest Montana Astronomical Society. 16 Students and 6 GLOBE teachers and science mentors from Montana, Alaska, South Dakota, Oregon, and Nebraska attended, with the students presenting a total of 7 GLOBE research projects in a poster presentation session. Student projects were reviewed both by their peers and by local scientists.  >>

06/22/2018
2018 Pacific Student Research Symposium Highlights
The Pacific U.S. GLOBE Student Research Symposium took place on 18-19 May 2018 hosted by Tracy Ostrom, WestED/CCASN, at NASA Ames in Mountain View, California. 72 Students and 21 GLOBE teachers and science mentors from California attended, with the students presenting a total of 23 GLOBE research projects in a poster presentation session. Student projects were reviewed both by their peers and by local scientists.  >>

06/22/2018
2018 Midwest Student Research Symposium Highlights
The Midwest U.S. GLOBE Student Research Symposium took place on 18-19 May 2018, hosted by David Bydlowski (Wayne RESA, AREN Project) at the Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, MI. 52 Students and 9 GLOBE teachers from MI and OH attended, with the students presenting a total of 31 GLOBE research projects in a poster presentation session.  >>

06/22/2018
2018 Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Student Research Symposium
The Northeast/Mid-Atlantic U.S. GLOBE Student Research Symposium took place on 4-5 May 2018 hosted by SUNY Fredonia, in Buffalo, NY. 59 Students and 14 GLOBE teachers from MA, PA, NY, NJ attended, with the students presenting a total of 25 GLOBE research projects in a poster presentation session.  >>