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05/28/2024 - 07/18/2024
Boston University summer course offering: Immersion in Global Energy Distribution
Immersion in Global Energy Distribution focuses on introducing K-12 teachers to local and global environmental investigations that they can facilitate in a grade appropriate way with their students. A principal objective is for participants to recognize potential areas for investigations around their school (e.g., outdoor classroom) and in the school’s community that their students will find engaging out of curiosity or environmental justice. The immersion for this course refers to participants engaging in an environmental investigation themselves to experience the process of acquiring citizen science data. GLOBE ( and the My NASA Data website will be primary resources for methods of investigation, lesson plans, and global environmental data. The emphasis of the course is on understanding climate change and the local environment through gathering and exploring data for the four interacting spheres of the Earth’s system: atmosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and pedosphere (geosphere). The investigations we will engage in will be in support of the Massachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering Standards. The connection between the outdoor activities and Open SciEd will be made.  >>

The State of Trees — June 2024
Join us as Peder Nelson highlights several lessons and online data that will help educators assist students in bridging the gap between the ground-based GLOBE measurements and the satellite data.  >>

GLOBE Mission Mosquito Webinar: Braiding Indigenous Ways of Knowing with Western STEM
Join the GLOBE program’s Mission Mosquito and Land Cover team for a professional development webinar on Tuesday, 25 June at 2 p.m. EST (18:00 UTC). Anne Lewis, from the South Dakota Discovery Center, will share insights into interweaving Indigenous ways of knowing with Western STEM.  >>

07/15/2024 - 07/18/2024
2024 GLOBE Annual Meeting
The 2024 GLOBE Annual Meeting will take place in Fredonia, NY, USA from 15-18 July, co-hosted by U.S. Partner SUNY Fredonia. The theme of this year’s Annual Meeting is "Climate and Resilience."  >>