U.S. Regional Student Research Symposia
Students from across the United States have the opportunity to come together at one of six face-to-face regional Student Research Symposia (SRS) to share the results of field investigations using GLOBE Program protocols or data from the GLOBE database. SRS are held in the spring of each year. Bookmark this page to stay updated and see this informational overview of the 2019 SRS.
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What are the GLOBE Student Research Symposia and why participate? This flyer explains it all! Share with school boards, administrations, parents and your colleagues.
Have a question? Use the SRS Teacher Hotline to ask questions about the research process or SRS.
What do past SRS Participants have to say about the experience?
"[The scientific process] doesn't seem scary or impossible anymore."
“The SRS made me realize that science is fun, and there is so much to do within the science field.”
"[The SRS] prepared me for my potential career in science and it prepared me for college"
“The SRS is a friendly atmosphere and most definitely welcoming.”
“It is good to learn from other students that we don't already know and just meet and talk to people of different backgrounds.”
“This was a once in a lifetime experience for my students am I am very grateful for this support. They have returned to school very proud of their accomplishment of participating.”
“SRS encouraged the concept of sharing research information. It was beneficial for the students to understand that the symposium was not a competition, but an opportunity to share, revise, learn, and apply new ideas.”
“The students realize that they can contribute to the scientific community and that their research is important. They feel part of ‘Science.’”
Local GLOBE Alumni are warmly invited to the SRS along with members of the GLOBE International Science Network (GISN) and other national program collaborators.
All GLOBE teachers and students are encouraged to enter the GLOBE International Virtual Science Symposium using the science practices and research developed during this project timeframe.
Acknowledgement: This material is based upon work supported by NASA (Grant no. 80NSSC18K0135). Any opinion, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of NASA.