You Can Help!

The Global Challenge, in partnership with the University of Vermont, develops partnerships with all types of individuals, philanthropic organizations, schools, and companies to help increase the number of students pursuing studies in math and science and to raise awareness of complex global issues and the world economy. Here are some of the organizations that are already helping GC reach a worldwide audience:

 The Arno Group


Help us build a "World Game" for high school students to explore, learn and build solutions to global challenges. Join the exciting partnership formed to realize this vision and work with scientists, mathematicians, engineers, learning scientists, curriculum developers, and educators from organizations such as: University of Vermont College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences Lawrence Hall of Science at UC Berkeley Microsoft Boston Museum of Science

Our advisory panel for the Global Challenge World Game includes:

Ralph Coppola, Director of Worldwide Education, Parametric Technology Corporation, is responsible for identifying and implementing strategic educational opportunities. As Chief Educator, at The GLOBE Program, Dr. Coppola was on assignment to the Executive Office of the President of the United States.

Chris Dede, Timothy E. Wirth Professor in Learning Technologies, Technology, Innovation, and Education Program (TIE) at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Domenico Grasso, Dean of the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, University of Vermont.

Scott Lathrop, Associate Director for Education, Outreach and Training at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Merrilea Mayo, Director, Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable of the National Research Council, which provides a platform for leaders in science and technology from government, academia, and business to discuss and take action on scientific matters of national importance.

Henry Kelly, President of the Federation of American Scientists. Kelly spent more than seven years as Assistant Director for Technology in the Office of Science and Technology in the White House.

Cary Sneider, Vice President for Programs at the Museum of Science in Boston.

Elizabeth Stage, Director of Lawrence Hall of Science (LHS), the public science center at University of California Berkeley.

Please consider joining us as we expand around the globe, creating a new generation of competent global citizens.

Craig DeLuca - Founder and Board Chair Call me!