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November 2015 News Brief
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GLOBE Teachers: Register by 27 November to Attend AMS Teacher Workshop: 9 January 2016 in New Orleans
The American Meteorological Societ (AMS) is hosting the Sixth Annual Teacher Workshop on 9 January 2016 (from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. This one-day workshop will focus on weather, water, climate, science education, and their impacts on society. Attendees will leave with classroom-ready lessons and resources. You must register by Friday, 27 November.  >>

Webinar 16 December: Preparing for the 2016 GLOBE International Virtual Science Fair
Join Dr. Julie Malmberg and Matt Silbergliitt for a webinar that will provide an overview of available resources for teachers and students, and cover the details of the scoring rubrics.  >>

GISN Scientists: Two Volunteer Opportunities Available for 2016 GLOBE International Virtual Science Fair
There are two volunteer opportunities for GISN scientists to be involved with the 2016 GLOBE International Virtual Science Fair, which will showcase student research projects from around the world. Student projects are due on 11 March 2016 and judging will take place 3-16 April 2016.  >>

GLOBE Teachers: New Educational GPM Anime Comic Booklet Now Available
NASA’s Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission is proud to present a new educational comic, “Raindrop Tales: GPM Meets Mizu-Chan.”  >>

Participate in the 2016 GLOBE International Virtual Science Fair
This completely virtual science fair allows GLOBE students from around the world (kindergarten through 12th grade) to participate and use the data they have entered into the GLOBE database.  >>

United States Regional Science Fairs
Through a grant from the National Science Foundation, students from across the United States have the opportunity to come together at one of six onsite regional science fairs that will be held from March through May 2016.  >>

GLOBE Recognizes Top Schools for GLOBE/SMAP Data Collection: 1 November through 15 November 2015
The GLOBE Program would like to salute the 17 schools from around the world that submitted data during the two-week period of 1 November through 15 November, with a total of 66 measurements.  >>

Read Latest Blog on SMAP: How Do NASA Scientists Use the SMAP Satellite Data?
The latest guest blog, “How Do NASA Scientists Use the SMAP Satellite Data?”, written by NASA SMAP scientists Dr. Erika Podest and Dr. Narendra Da of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, USA is now available on the GLOBE website.  >>

20th GLOBE Annual Partner Meeting Will be Held in Estes Park, Colorado, USA
The 20th GLOBE Annual Partner Meeting and Student Research Experience will be held in Estes Park, Colorado, USA, from 17-22 July 2016!  >>