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SEA Currents: Jul 2020


July 24, 2020

Virtual Summer Student Internship Experience a First for Woods Hole Scientific Organizations

Shelley Dawicki, NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center

SEA Semester

Sixteen college students from around the country are participating in this year’s Woods Hole Partnership Education Program. It offers the same basic content and growth experiences as in past summers, but unlike the past this year’s program is virtual.


July 21, 2020

SEA Quest Session I Nautical Science

Liz Maloney, SEA Quest Faculty

SEA Semester

Students in Nautical Science and Leadership spent the first class getting oriented to their own surroundings.  Each figured out their Latitude and Longitude, as well as where North is relative to their home.


July 20, 2020

Climate & Society: New Zealand

SEA Semester

Explore the intersection of climate change and human society… Survey the social and cultural impacts of climate change while engaging with stakeholders, community leaders, and policymakers addressing these issues at the local and global levels. Take action toward acquiring the climate leadership and communication skills necessary to be an agent of change. Engage in guided fieldwork on shore in New Zealand before embarking on a tall ship sailing voyage throughout its coastal waters.

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July 14, 2020

Dr. Jessica McWade Elected New Chair at SEA

After four years as Board Chair of Sea Education Association, Dr. Richard Cost passed the gavel to Dr. Jessica McWade at the SEA Annual Meeting, held on Zoom on Sunday, June 28th.

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July 02, 2020

Statement on Racial Injustice from SEA

July 2, 2020

This is SEA’s second statement on Black Lives Matter.  We listened to many alumni and staff who told us that our first statement failed to rise to the level of the crisis engulfing our nation. Thank you to those who reached out for helping us do better.

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