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17th GLOBE Annual Partner Meeting
The 17 th GLOBE Annual Partner Meeting will be held in conjunction with the Goddard NASA Space Flight Center Partnership in Greenbelt, Maryland near Washington D.C.  >>

04 December Webinar - Using the New GLOBE Visualization System
The analysis of data is an important step of the scientific process. The GLOBE Program, in collaboration with NASA, NOAA and NSF, has been developing new visualization tools.  >>

Announcing Winners of Calendar Art Competition
Beginning 15 November, the GLOBE Program Office (GPO) will begin to announce the winners on the GLOBE Facebook Page. Over successive days, the winners of each region will be displayed.  >>

GLOBE Collaborates with Science Community
GLOBE Program Office (GPO) scientist Dr. Sarah Tessendorf informs scientists at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) of the value of joining GLOBE, this week in Boulder, Colorado, USA.  >>

Website Users Data to be Uploaded by "Bulk"
If you use the GLOBE website, this story is for you. The GLOBE Program Office (GPO) and our website partners at Raytheon Web Services (RWS) continue to make meaningful progress on the planned upload of user training data and additional legacy-GLOBE-website user information to the new GLOBE website.  >>

SCRC Webinar - Tuesday 13 November
Join the GLOBE Program Office science and education team on Tuesday, 13 November 2012 for the quarterly update on the Student Climate Research Campaign (SCRC).  >>

GLOBE e-Training: Community Input Requested
The GLOBE Program Office (GPO) is seeking community participation, input and feedback as it builds a robust online GLOBE training (e-Training) platform. It is planned that this will be a model for more e-Training in the future.  >>

Community Spotlight - Dana Votápková
For almost two decades, Dana Votápková, of Prague, Czech Republic, significantly contributes to the implementation of GLOBE in the Czech Republic.  >>

Facebook is Money Motivated... GLOBE is Making Changes
Now that Facebook is a publicly traded company, it requires GLOBE (and all other non-profits, companies, etc.) to pay to promote status updates. While the "pay-to-play" model goes against the very fabric of what Facebook was founded on, the new reality means that people––like you––who have already "liked" our Facebook page, may no longer see our posts unless GLOBE pays Facebook to promote each post.  >>

Tune in to GLOBE Webinar 23 October
The GLOBE Program Office (GPO) is hosting a series of webinars to help facilitate your participation in Phase Two of the Student Climate Research Campaign (SCRC). The next one is: Using Long-term Data to Study Climate Tuesday, 23 October - 17:00 UTC  >>