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Featured Story: SRS Videos

SRS StudentsWhat are the SRS like? "It's just so great because it's seeing what other kids are doing, getting to know people, and then also experiencing real science." said one 2017 SRS student. Check out these SRS videos to hear directly from students about their research projects and what they got out of the SRS experience, from teamwork to interacting with scientists that were "genuinely interested in our results" to how they "feel like scientists now". 

"It was a really amazing experience. I really recommend it to anyone" 

See all SRS media coverage here

News and Updates:

  • Registration for all SRS regions are now live! The registration for each region can be accessed by going to the SRS calendar, then clicking on the name of your region. Note: A parent/guardian MUST register their own child.
  • GLOBE Teacher Kay BolerjackMiss the February Teacher Watercooler: Kay Bolerjack (CO) on GLOBE in the Elementary Classroom? Watch it here! Kay Bolerjack, STEAM Facilitator, Charles Hay World School in Colorado, talks about her experience with GLOBE in the elementary classroom, and in her new role as the school's STEAM teacher.

Resource Page: SRS Teacher Hotline

Did you know we have experienced GLOBE teachers ready to answer your questions about the SRS?

Use the SRS Teacher Hotline Form!  Fill out the short form and you will be connected with an experienced GLOBE teacher who can discuss your question over a brief phone call or email.  Meet the Hotline Team here!


Upcoming Teacher Webinars:

GLOBE Project Web Manager Cornell LewisSRS Webinar: How to Upload your data. February 20, 7:00pm ET. Join GLOBE Project Web Manager, Cornell Lewis, to learn how to upload your data to the GLOBE website, and to ask your questions. Uploading data to the website is essential for participating in the SRS, and also a great way to contribute to the millions of measurements used by scientists and students world-wide! Register here (PD certificate available). 

March Teacher Watercooler. March 13, 7:00 pm ET. Connect with other GLOBE teachers and hear how Connecticut teacher Sue Dougherty 
and her students use GLOBE. Register here (PD certificate available).
Share how you use GLOBE in your classroom at a GLOBE Teacher Watercooler! Sign up here


Follow the U.S. GLOBE program on twitter and join our U.S. GLOBE Program Educators Facebook Group for up-to-date resources and news!  
Bookmark the Student Research Symposia page learn more about the SRS and stay updated.

New to GLOBE? Meet Jennifer Bourgeault (the U.S. Country Coordinator) and learn what's happing in the U.S. GLOBE Community from her latest teacher email.
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