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What we do

NESEC’s goal is to enable broad participation in authentic NASA Earth STEM experiences for lifelong learners. We do this by creating engaging, meaningful, and authentic STEM experiences and resources that are:

  • Based on NASA Earth science
  • Tailored to specific audiences’ needs
  • Supportive of diverse learners throughout their lifetimes
  • Delivered broadly through strategic partnerships
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How we do it

Citizen Science

Fostering deeper engagement in NASA Earth science by extending opportunities for everyone to take part in the scientific process.

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Student Investigations

Creating opportunities for authentic science engagement with NASA science, data, and subject matter experts.

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U.S. Student and Youth Research Projects
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Authentic STEM Experiences

Strategic Partnerships

Reaching diverse audiences through strategic partnerships and collaborations with a wide range of organizations.

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Outreach

NESEC outreach and communications span numerous publications, presentations, and events: papers and conference presentations in scientific, technical, and educational domains; educational workshops, webinars, and large-scale outreach events and social media that reached over 16 million in FY 2020 alone.

There are 12 published peer-reviewed papers resulting from NESEC’s work, with an additional 4 formal publications, and 10 papers submitted to journals.

Numbers as of September 30, 2020

Who we work with

About NESEC’s Partnerships

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Latest success stories

Story Map Features 2019 NESEC Campaigns and Investigations

This 2019 story map shows how NESEC campaigns and opportunities for student and youth investigations are fostering authentic, meaningful, and engaging STEM experiences, based on NASA Earth science, for learners of all ages. Trees [...]

GO on a Trail Campaign

During Summer 2019, NASA GLOBE Observer (GO) and the National Park Service's Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail (NHT) teamed up for the "GO on a Trail" volunteer data collection challenge from June 1 [...]

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