Alumni & Parents

Alumni & Parents

Alumni Upcoming Events

Regional Events

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.
 

Alumni Events and Gatherings Organized by Regional Alumni Leaders

The Seattle Regional Alumni Leaders, Craig McMaster S-212, Krystle McMaster S-215, and Brittain Mason C-195, invite you to join them for a happy hour (ages 21+).

  • Date: Monday, October 27th at 6:30pm
  • Location: The Sloop Tavern, 2830 NW Market St in Seattle

This is a casual event - friends are welcome! Bring cash for drinks and food if you want to stay for dinner! No RSVP required.

SAVE THE DATE: 2015 SEA-Hosted Alumni Events

This year, we will host events in the following cities and sincerely hope you are able to join us and catch up on the latest news!

  • BOSTON: Wednesday, February 11, 2015 at John Harvard's Brewery and Ale House in Cambridge
  • SAN FRANCISCO: Wednesday, March 18, 2015
  • SEATTLE: Thursday, March 19, 2015
  • WASHINGTON, DC: Thursday, April 30, 2015

Events run 6:00-8:30pm unless noted. Please check back closer to the event date for venue information.

Alumni News

Alumni in the News!

Our alumni are always on the move and working on exciting projects, and we love to celebrate their achievements!

Dr. Scott Doney, W-76, WHOI Senior Scientist, is part of a team of WHOI scientists to receive a $1 Million grant from the MacArthur Foundation

Dr. Rick Murray, W-71, becomes the new Division Director, Ocean Sciences for the National Science Foundation

Rachel Zoe Miller, W-111 and Co-Founder of the Rozalia Project for a Clean Ocean, gives Tedx talk "We Can Clean the Ocean"

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

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, vsmith@sea.edu, with your name, class number, and news.

Alumni Contact

Victoria Smith

Alumni Relations Coordinator
(508) 540-3954 ext. 512
vsmith@sea.edu

Alumni Profiles

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