A joint mission
seminar conducted at Tecnológico
de Monterrey Campus in Guadalajara, México.
Adams wins NSTA Distinguished Teacher Award 2008
We are extremely pleased
to announce that Paul Adams, from Fort Hays State
University and our lead AIM, CALIPSO, CloudSat workshop
instructor, has won this years National Science
Teachers Association (NSTA) Distinguished Teacher
Award. Paul will receive his award at the NSTA Teacher
Awards Banquet on Friday March 28th from 6pm to
8:30pm. It is a ticketed event M-6, by pre-registration
only (page 23 of the conference preview). I know
you will agree that Paul deserves this award for
his long time inspirational work in science education.
We hope you will send him your congratulations
or attend the event if you are at NSTA this year.
See you at NSTA,
Dianne Robinson, CALIPSO Outreach Director
Barbara Maggi, CALIPSO Outreach Manager
The French Space Agency CNES hosted the first
workshop to train teachers in the GLOBE Atmospheric
protocols as well as activities that have been
created to align GLOBE with the CALIPSO Outreach
program from February 18 to 21, 2005. View the
article on the GLOBE web site.
CALIPSO is a collaboration between NASA Langley Research Center
(LaRC), the French space agency CNES, Hampton University, the
Institut Pierre Simon Laplace (IPSL), and Ball Aerospace & Technologies
Corp. The primary roles and contributions of these partners
can be found at http://www-calipso.larc.nasa.gov.
This mission is part of NASA's Earth
System Science Pathfinder (ESSP) Program, a series of missions
designed to examine critical issues in Earth system science.