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SEA Semester students engage in real-world cutting-edge research. Last fall, NASA scientist Dan Slayback of the Goddard Space Flight Center and students from SEA Semester class S-282, Sustainability in Polynesian Island Cultures and Ecosystems, visited the Tongan island of Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai to study the erosion of cemented volcanic ash and rocks and gain insight into the geological history of Mars. Read more about it on the NASA blog.
Debora Lustgarten, S-282, of Knox College, sailed with our Sustainability in Polynesian Cultures and Ecosystems (SPICE) program last year. "The six-week sea component was intense but immensely rewarding.... My favorite part about the sea component was the relationships I built with the people I lived with. Being so far away from mainstream life, I learned a lot about hard work, teamwork, and living purposefully." Read more here.