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Keeping Up with GLOBE Star Stories? Read About Our Latest Stars!
Have you been keeping up with the latest GLOBE Star Stories? GLOBE Stars are stories of projects, people and extraordinary activities being conducted around the world in connection to GLOBE. These GLOBE Stars are the bright lights that spark our imagination and inspire us with news of GLOBE at work in the world.  >>

U.S. GLOBE Sophomores/Juniors: 2022 SEES Summer Internship Opportunity – Applications Due 15 March (Stipend Available for GLOBE Student)
The United States GLOBE Program is accepting applications for a GLOBE intern at the STEM Enhancement in Earth Science (SEES) 2022 Summer High School Intern Program. Interns will learn how to interpret NASA satellite data and work with scientists and engineers. This opportunity is open to current U.S. GLOBE Sophomores and Juniors.  >>

Educators: One-Week GLOBE “Pacing Guides” Now Available – Join Webinar 23 March
Are you interested in working with The GLOBE Program, but not sure where to start? Assistance is here! NASA has worked with experienced GLOBE teachers to put together new one-week “Pacing Guides.” Each guide provides a five-day sequence of activities that address a guiding question. They are aligned to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and incorporate information on how to engage in science observations with GLOBE. Each Pacing Guide also includes an activity from My NASA Data using real satellite data.  >>

Can a Literature Review Help You Do Research? Read this Blog and Find Out!
When doing research, where can you find “good and relevant sources? Read a recent Community Blog, written by Rosalba Giarratano, the NASA (Goddard Institute for Space Studies) representative serving on the GLOBE Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Working Group, “How a Literature Review Helps Us Do Research!”  >>

U.S. Teachers: Deadline to Apply for Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms Program is 14 March
U.S. Teachers: The deadline to apply for the Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms (TGC) Program is 14 March. The Fulbright TGC Program is a yearlong professional learning opportunity and short-term exchange for elementary, middle, and high school educators from the United States to develop skills to prepare students for a competitive global economy.  >>

Today (02 March) Webinar: “All About the European Phenology 2022 Spring Tree Campaign"
The Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign will be hosting the webinar: “All About the European Phenology 2022 Spring Tree Campaign with Student Research Presentations from Across the GLOBE Europe and Eurasia Region; Region Focus: Europe and Eurasia,” on Wednesday, 02 March, 01:00 p.m. EST (06:00 p.m. UTC).  >>

Thirteen Countries Celebrate Anniversary with The GLOBE Program in March
Congratulations to the thirteen GLOBE countries celebrating anniversaries of successful GLOBE implementation during the month of March.  >>

Calling All GLOBE Students: Applications for 2022/2023 GLOBE Student Vloggers Due Today (01 March)
Calling all GLOBE Students: The GLOBE Program is seeking the next cohort of 12 students (two from each GLOBE region) to volunteer as GLOBE Student Vloggers (GSVs). This position is competitive, and the deadline to apply is 01 March.  >>

NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge Exceeds Expectations: Badge and Certificates Now Available
Observations tallied in at over 42 thousand with 108,214 photos being added to the GLOBE database. Not only did observations come in from 89 countries from all around the world, but all seven continents are represented in the data. Cloud Challenge participants really delivered on the satellite match goal and provided nearly 50 thousand satellite matches.    >>

In Celebration of Black History Month: “A Curious Way to Chart the Stars: Afrikan Traditional Insights on Astronomy” Will Take Place on 28 February
On 28 February (12:00 p.m. EST), GLOBE’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Working Group and NASA Goddard’s Earth Science Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Group present a talk in celebration of Black History Month, “A Curious Way to Chart the Stars: Afrikan Traditional Insights on Astronomy.”  >>