SEA Currents: News
November 21, 2021
For Immediate Release: Nov. 23, 2021
SEA Students Study Coral Reef Ecology on Tall Ship Ocean Research Voyage
November 18, 2021
For Immediate Release: Nov. 18, 2021
Sea Education Association Marks 50 Years of Sailing and Studying the Ocean
November 12, 2021
This fall, 21 undergraduates from diverse U.S. institutions are embarking on a blue water ocean expedition from California to Hawai’i.
November 10, 2021
Thanks to careful maintenance performed by members of SEA’s Marine Operations Department last summer, and a generous donation by a Boston-area technology company, student scientists aboard the SSV Corwith Cramer can continue to gather data from the ocean floor, at least for the next year or two.
October 22, 2021
Students from SEA’s Caribbean Reef Expedition Class, C-301, collected 33 pounds of trash from a 1/2-mile stretch of Trunk River Beach in Falmouth in breezy, 68-degree weather today, Friday, and were pretty happy about it.
October 12, 2021
For Immediate Release: Oct. 11, 2021
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A High Seas Adventure
Students Sail from Woods Hole to St. Croix aboard Tall Ship Ocean Research Vessel
August 20, 2021
SEA Faculty in PRINT
Diverse Voices from our Maritime Past
By Richard King, SEA Visiting Associate Professor, Maritime History and Literature
and David Anderson, University of Louisville
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Aug. 19, 2021
August 08, 2021
This summer’s first two-week session of the SEA Quest high school online program focused on coral reefs and climate change.
August 03, 2021
SEA in the NEWS
UChicago students flex science muscles at Marine Biological Laboratory
By Emily Greenhalgh
“In early spring, 12 students from the University of Chicago packed their bags and headed to Woods Hole for an immersive scientific experience at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL).
July 26, 2021
UPDATE on Mini Boat Recovery
N.L. town of 30 people rescues tiny boat built by 4th graders from Boston
The Canadian Press, July 23, 2021