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Alumni & Parents

Alumni & Parents

SEA Semester Parents

Class S-274, SEA Semester: Sustainability in Polynesian Island Cultures and Ecosystems (SPICE) departed campus on September 22, 2017 and will sail the SSV Robert C. Seamans from American Samoa to Auckland, New Zealand making several island nation stops along the way.  You can find the ship's blog and podcast, Sea Stories, here.  Class C-275 SEA Semester: Ocean Exploration, is still on campus finishing their shore term and will meet the SSV Corwith Cramer in October.

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Brittney, Alexa, Emma, and Daniel, B Watch, Penn State
Penn State at SEA

This afternoon we continued sailing through the Virgin Passage as we passed St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John. It was a hot 80 degree day with light wind and we were finally able to put up an additional two sails, the fisherman and the jib topsail. Two playful dolphins passed the ship twice throughout the day that circled the ship.

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Sarah Zephier, A Watch, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Global Ocean

Today is the day, we set sail but this time not on a six-week adventure in the South Pacific, but instead we set sail back home, returning to our universities, transferring to new universities or starting Basic Training. No matter where we are going, we, the students of S-276, will always be taking the memories and experiences with us in ways we have never known coming into this before.

Alumni Contact

Victoria Smith

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