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Keeping up with Recent NASA GLOBE Clouds Team Blogs? Check Them Out Today!
Have you been keeping up with the NASA GLOBE Clouds Team blogs? Check out two recent Community Blogs, written by Marilé Colón Robles (lead for the GLOBE Clouds Team at NASA's Langley Research Center).  >>

Judges Needed for 2021 IVSS – Informational Webinar on 29 March
The GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) is looking for judges for the 2021 IVSS. The IVSS is a way for students from all over the world to showcase their hands-on scientific efforts with The GLOBE Program. Judging consists of filling out a Google form with scores and feedback on the student's project. Each project takes around 20-30 minutes to assess. Judges should be fluent in at least one of the following languages: English, Spanish, French, Arabic, Croatia  >>

GLOBE Community: Watch Tutorial on How to Create a Blog Post – Sharing Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: The GLOBE Community Support Team (CST) has recorded a demonstration on how to create a blog post.  >>

U.S. Teachers: Deadline to Apply for Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms Program is 24 March
U.S. Teachers: The deadline to apply for the Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms (TGC) Program is 24 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. Fulbright TGC equips educators to bring an international perspective to their schools through targeted training, experience abroad, and global collaboration.  >>

March GLOBE Urban Heat Island Effect (UHIE)-Surface Temperature Student Research Campaign is On!
The March UHIE-Surface Temperature Field Campaign is on! It is time, once again, to collect observations of surface temperature, clouds, and snow – and add to the extensive data set that students and scientists, including Dr. Czajkowski (“Dr. C,” Director of the Geographic Information Science and Applied Geographics Lab at the University of Toledo, Ohio, USA) can use to study the urban heat island effect.  >>

U.S. GLOBE Teachers/Partners: Join 15 March Watercooler
Join the next Watercooler, which takes place on 15 March. At this week's Watercooler, Margaret Mooney (NOAA's Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies) will discuss the “GOES 16/17 Virtual Science Fair” (open to middle and high school students) and will describe how GLOBE Clouds data can be used in submissions.  >>

Today (11 March) GLOBE Mission Mosquito Webinar: “Mosquito Invaders”
On Thursday, 11 March, at 02:00 p.m. ET (07:00 p.m. UTC), you are invited to join the GLOBE Mission Mosquito (GMM) webinar: “Mosquito Invaders,” hosted by Dr. Rusty Low. Participants will connect NASA’s climate change science to a new invasive species, Aedes vittatus, which is capable of carrying nearly all of the most dangerous mosquito-borne diseases, except for malaria, and its new landscapes.  >>

Last Day (10 March) to Submit 2021 GLOBE IVSS Reports
Today, 10 March, is the last day to submit reports to the 2021 GLOBE International Virtual Science Symposium(IVSS).  The IVSS is an exciting way for students from all over the world to showcase their hard work. With GLOBE, students learn the practices of science through hands-on investigations in their own communities, sparking their curiosity and interest in science. This often leads to inquiries that help solve real-world problems and further understanding of our global environment.  >>

Today (09 March) Webinar: “Finalizing and Submitting Your Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign Projects”
The Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign webinar: “Finalizing and Submitting Your Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign Projects: Final project discussions with campaign team and participants, including student tree research projects in the Philippines,” will be held on Tuesday, 09 March, at 06:00 p.m. EST (11:00 p.m. UTC).  >>

GLOBE Atmosphere Protocols Now Available in GLOBE Observer
GLOBE’s data entry process is evolving to give you a new option that is even easier to use: all atmosphere protocols will now be available in the GLOBE Observer (GO) app. Trained and approved GLOBE members (i.e., those who already have access to the Data Entry app) may submit atmospheric measurements, such as temperature and rainfall, as well as bundle data, directly using the GO app. Future work will move other existing sphere protocols into the app.  >>