Highlight of 2022 GLOBE Asia - Pacific Regional Meeting.

Meeting recordings student videos

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Day 1

Monday, Jan 24, 11am – 2pm

Opening Session
Opening of 2022 virtual regional meeting
GLOBE Students
Hello, we are GLOBE Student!

Student Presentation & Videos

Day 2

Tuesday, Jan 25, 11am – 4pm

Professor Dr.Sukit Limpijumnong
President / IPST

Opening Remarks

Dr. Tony P. Murphy
Director/GLOBE Implementation Office

Opening Remarks & GLOBE Program Update

Dr. Desh Bandhu
Coordinator / Asia-Pacific Regional Coordination Office

Opening Remarks & The GLOBE Program status in the region

GLOBE Country Coordinators

Highlights of the activities and achievements - WE Learn We Do with GLOBE

Day 3

Wednesday, Jan 26, 11am – 4pm

GLOBE Working Groups
Presentations & Discussion
Mr. David Overoye
Web Manager / Science Systems and Applications, Inc

GLOBE Update Website, GLOBE’s new Data Entry System, Q & A

Dr. Desh Bandhu
Presentations & Discussion

Community feedback

GLOBE Strategic Plan & Its Implementation
Presentation and Discussion

Community feedback In light of the Current Pandemic

Closing Ceremony

Students Video highlights & memories from the past year

see detailed agenda

Who will you meet?

Tony Murphy

GLOBE Implementation Office

Dr. Desh Bandhu

Coordinator, GLOBE Asia - Pacific Regional Coordination Office

Cornell Lewis

SSAI Web Solutions

David Overoye

SSAI Web Solutions

Professor Dr.Sukit Limpijumnong

President of IPST and Country Coordinator, GLOBE Thailand

Dr. Worawarong Rakreungdet

Vice President of IPST and Assistant Country Coordinator, GLOBE Thailand

Country coordinators, teachers, scientists

GLOBE students



About Asia and Pacific Regional Meeting

The GLOBE Asia and Pacific regional meeting and training are hosted every summer (May) in one of the countries of the Asia and Pacific region. It is a time for the GLOBE community members – country coordinators, teachers, scientists, and students to meet and exchange experiences.

The 2022 meeting will also be organized online, due to travel restrictions and current delta variant surge of COVID - 19 cases. Participants can join from the safety of their homes. We regret not having the opportunity for us all to meet in person.

About the GLOBE Program

The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program is an international science and education program that provides students and the public worldwide with the opportunity to participate in data collection and the scientific process, and contribute meaningfully to our understanding of the Earth system and global environment.

There are more than 37000 GLOBE schools in 126 countries around the world. Over 10 million students have participated in GLOBE contributing more than 177 million measurements to the GLOBE database for use in their inquiry-based science projects.