SEA Alumni Events, held regionally, are a great way to keep abreast of SEA news and reconnect with or meet new shipmates.
We send invitations by email based on your last known address. If you've recently moved or changed your email, we encourage you to update your information in the Alumni Directory
to stay abreast of events in your location.
Dolphin Tale 2 Viewing Events in Seattle, Washington, DC, San Francisco and New York City
SEA/SEA Semester plays a prominent role in the Warner Brother’s film Dolphin Tale 2, sequel to the popular movie, Dolphin Tale. The film stars Morgan Freeman, Ashley Judd, Harry Connick, Jr. and Kris Kristofferson.
The Regional Alumni Leaders in Seattle, Washington, DC, San Francisco and New York City are holding viewing events for the SEA community to see the movie and cheer for SEA/SEA Semester on the big screen.
Seattle, WA: Tuesday, Sept. 16, AMC Pacific Place Downtown, 600 Pine Street, 7:15pm showing
Washington, DC: Thursday, September 18, Regal Gallery Place theatre, 701 7th St NW, 7:00pm showing
Meet & Greet reception to meet the DC Regional Leaders immediately following the movie at Bar Louie, 701 7th St NW (inside Gallery Place). Please RSVP to Victoria: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are proud of SEA/SEA Semester’s presentation and hope you are, too!
Alumni in the News!
Our alumni are always on the move and working on exciting projects, and we love to celebrate their achievements!
Rachel Zoe Miller, W-111 and Co-Founder of the Rozalia Project for a Clean Ocean, gives Tedx talk "We Can Clean the Ocean"
Alison (Rogers) Gray, C-171, awarded a NOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship
Jackie Kroeger, S-252, is one of the 2013 NOAA Ernest F. Hollings Scholars
Justin Falcone S-245 selected as one of the 2014 Harry S. Truman Scholars
Kiya Gornik S-193, Laura Windecker W-176, Sandy Aylesworth W-171 and Alyson Fleming W-163A are 2014 Sea Grant Knauss Fellows and continue a long tradition of SEA Semester AND Knauss Fellowship alumni
Laura Lilly, C-205J & S-235, is this year's California Sea Grant fellow!
Elana Hawke, C-235, wins 2013 Antarctic Youth Ambassador - Environmental Award from the Sir Peter Blake Trust
Dr. Amy Bower, W-47, Physical Oceanographer at WHOI receives $11.6 million to measure changes in ocean circulation.
We would love to share your news and achievements! Please let us know by contacting Victoria Smith, email@example.com, with your name, class number, and news.