US Regional Symposia- Logistics

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Students, Teachers, and Partners at the 2016 Northeast Science Fair
Students, Teachers, and Partners at the
2016 Northeast Symposium

 

Funding Information

Teachers: NASA funding (Grant no. 80NSC18K0135) and YLACES supports six regional Student Research Symposia for teachers and students already carrying out field investigations with GLOBE data. Teachers in the U.S. who are seeking additional assistance in implementing field investigations in the classroom, with mentoring by U.S. Partners, are eligible to apply for funding to support travel costs for a teacher and a team of up to 4 students to attend a regional symposia. The Funding Application is due February 1.

Funding priority will go to under-served and under-represented teacher-student teams who do not already participate in science symposia/fairs.  After that, funds will be distributed until they are expended.

Registration Directions

ALL event attendees (students, teachers, GLOBE partners, chaperones, etc.) need to register for their Regional Symposium individually and sign a media release.  To register, please visit your Region's Symposium event page. This page contains the registration link (available early 2020), logistics specific to your region, and deadline information. 

Media Release Form

ALL attendees of the GLOBE Research Symposia need to fill out a media release form. The media release form can be completed online when registering for the GLOBE Student Research Symposium (a parent must sign the form for those under 18). If it is not possible to do it online, please complete and return this paper copy. 

Minor Media Release: Download PDF

Minor Media Release (Español): Download PDF

Adult Media Release: Download PDF