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Spring is in the air and that feeling of renewal is refreshing. It was so nice to meet some of our members in person as NSTA, Atlanta this past March and have the opportunity to share what NESTA has to offer with others through our presence at the NOAA booth as well as during various workshop events.
The work of NESTA leadership continues and summer planning has officially begun. We are excited to focus our attention and energy this summer to upgrade our Windows to the Universe website. Please be on the look-out for a user survey so our upgrades can focus on the needs of paid members. We are dedicated to continue the legacy of Window to the Universe to be a supportive and engaging tool for classroom use.
Exciting news from our recent NESTA leadership elections. We are happy that Chris Campbell (Region IV Director) and DeEtta Andersen (Region VI Director) will continue in their positions for another two years. We're happy to also welcome back Dr. Mike Jabot in his new position as Region II Director. Lastly, we have two new Directors at Large who bring a wealth of knowledge and connections to help NESTA increase outreach efforts and support our new initiative to engage educators through their classrooms with offerings through our NESTA Data Network. Congratulations to Angie Rizzi and Diane Ripollone. Angie Rizzi currently serves as the My NASA Data Task Lead which is coordinated out of the NASA Langley Research Center Science Directorate Earth Sciences group. Diane, a mentor for the American Meteorological Society Education Program teaches science at Cardinal Gibbons High School in North Carolina. We are so fortunate that these two amazing educators are willing to join the rest of us teacher volunteers working at NESTA to help make connections and offer opportunities that support Earth System Science and Space Science to K-16 educators and their classrooms.
NESTA will enjoy our new Spring beginnings and continue to work to ensure that quality Earth and Space Science Education if available for all generations. Thank you to all that support these efforts through donating their time and resources. You make a difference.
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