Today (03 May): Join a Zoom Broadcast Straight from the Northwest Student Research Symposium
Join us Friday, 03 May, at 10:30 a.m. PT (1:30 p.m. ET) from the Northwest Student Research Symposium, which is taking place at Beach Camp in Edmunds, Washington, USA.  >>

NASA Langley's GLOBE Team Celebrated Earth Day
NASA Langley's GLOBE Team Celebrated Earth Day by observing clouds with the 4th and 5th grade students at Samuel P. Langley Elementary School on April 22nd. Each of the 165 students were provided with their own cloud charts, observation forms and sky viewers, which they used while rotating through a series of stations guiding them through the process of making a cloud observation. Their observations were submitted and the corresponding satellite matches will be shared with the teachers. Students, teachers and the team enjoyed a morning full of cloudy skies and science process skills in action.  >>

Tech Update April 2019
The following enhancements were made, or were in progress, during the month of April 2019.  >>

Applying GLOBE through the ACORN project in Texas
Meet Peggy Carnahan and Augustine Frkuska, co-directors of Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) GLOBE U.S. Partnership, and learn about their amazing work with Project ACORN (Area Children Organized to Replenish Natives)!  >>

Pre-service course at City College of New York strengthens GLOBE in NY classrooms
The City College of New York course for pre-service teachers helps contextualize GLOBE protocols within the required curriculum and leads teachers to find creative ways to bring in GLOBE protocols and activities into their lessons.  >>

Teacher PD leads to Student Participation in SRS
Purdue University Partnership teacher professional development shows teachers how to incorporate research projects in their science classrooms, and leads to Indiana students attending the Midwest SRS.  >>

2019 North America Regional Meeting Highlights
The NASA Langley Research Center Partnership hosted the North America Regional Meeting (NARM) and an Atmosphere Professional Learning Workshop 5-7 March 2019 in Hampton, Virginia, USA.  >>

Tech Update March 2019
Several enhancements were made, or were in progress, during the month of March 2019.  >>

Help NASA Measure Trees with Your Smartphone
Healthy forests play a crucial role in Earth’s ecosystem as growing trees take up carbon from the atmosphere. NASA satellites and airborne missions study forests to see how carbon moves through ecosystems – and now citizen scientists can help investigate this key question as well by using their smartphone to measure tree height.  >>

GLOBE Observer Trees Facebook Live
Join GLOBE Observer LIVE for a special Facebook Live event all about Trees on 26 March 2018 at 3:00 p.m. EDT.  >>