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Please find below the current and archived editions of the UCP Pulse newsletter.  The UCP Pulse keeps you up to date on what the UCP Programs are doing as well as announcements for workshops, conferences and special events.

With NSF funding for the NSDL ending this year, DLS worked hard to find a path forward that would ensure sustainability for the library, as well as for all of the work the entire community devoted to it over the past decade.

Over a thousand children of all ages raced up and down the hallways of the Mesa Lab on Saturday, November 8, for one of the best-ever turnouts for Super Science Saturday (SSS).

Dr. Tami Bond, a VSP NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship Alumni from Class 10, has been awarded the 2014 MacArthur “Genius Grant.”

UCAR will continue to host The GLOBE Program under a new cooperative agreement with NASA. Under this new agreement, The GLOBE Program Office (GPO) has become The GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) and supports programmatic priorities and policy-making now managed by NASA HQ.

SOARS Academy – Thirteen community college and undergraduate students from around the country came together for a one-week immersion program at NCAR, June 15-21. The students were facilitated by Val Slown as they learned about atmospheric science career.

New Name for Spark: After completing the first of two 90-day plan, do, study, act cycles, beginning in June , Spark will now be known as the UCAR Center for Science Education.



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