2022 GLOBE Student Research Symposium
Credits from top: flyer by C. Buffington, group photo by S. Vent, poster with Proch sisters from Kenny Lake by M. House, Shageluk students receiving award from Association of Interior Native Educators by N. James
April 22, 2022 (Earth Day)
Over 60 K-12 students presented research posters at the first-ever Alaska GLOBE and Fresh Eyes on Ice Student Research Symposium. Students came from across Alaska:
In the News
TV story (R. Atkin on KTVF)
UAF News Story (M. House)
Fresh Eyes on Ice News story (D. Brown)
"symposiums are fun!"
8 am: Breakfast at the Wedgewood Resort and Review Covid-19 Mitigation Process
8:45 am: Gather in groups and go over schedule. Three groups will go to three stations:
Project presentations with peer review
GLOBE water quality observations
Learning from Kk'eeyh (birch) Green-up
9 am: Station 1
10 am: Station 2
11 am: Station 3
12 pm: Lunch and poster viewing
1 pm: Hands-on Arctic Science Activities for teachers and students. These include:
"Your Voice Matters" peer interviews, drone building workshop, and GLOBE training for teachers.
3:30 pm: Gather outside for awards
4 pm: Adjourn
Teams who stayed overnight joined drumming and dancing and 5:30 pm led by an Alaska Native drum group followed by dinner and games at 6 pm.
All posters were printed in Fairbanks and set up the evening before the event. Poster size is 36 inches by 48 inches. Poster templates in Powerpoint are available on the GLOBE Student Resources Page or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org