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April 16, 2018

C-279 Marine Biodiversity & Conservation

Caribbean Study Abroad

The students of C-279, Marine Biodiversity & Conservation, join the SSV Corwith Cramer in Nassau, Bahamas on April 18th.  They depart the ship in New York City on May 24th after a port stop in Bermuda.


Ship's Company

Master: Jason Quilter
Chief Mate: Ryan Loftus
2nd Mate: Christine McCormick
3rd Mate (Departing in Bermuda): Nate Lammers
3rd Mate (Joining in Bermuda): Anna Yoors
Engineer: Annika Savio
Steward: Christian Letourneau
Chief Scientist: Kerry Whittaker
Assistant Scientist: Kelsey Lane
Assistant Scientist: Grayson Huston
Assistant Scientist: Hilary Ranson
Lab Hand: Helena McMonagle
Sailing Intern: Helen Wolter
Sailing Intern: Tucker Cunningham
Sailing Intern: Matt Floyd
Sailing Intern: Will Muir
Sailing Intern: Ruth Thirkill
Sailing Intern: Pete Kerby-Miller
Voyager (joining in Bermuda): Doug Karlson


Alena Q Anderson, University of California, San Diego
Emily Brady, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Caroline Carter, Longwood University
Beth Gagnon, Western Oregon University
John Geoffrey Gill, College of Charleston
Daniella Nicole Hanelin, Mount Holyoke College
Mason Martinez, Macalester College
Alexandra Katharine Merkle-Raymond, Northeastern University
Gwendolyn Sloane Nahnsen,  American University
Kendra Lynn Ouellette, Bennington College
Jennifer Renee, University of Washington
Aquanette Sanders, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
Scott Johnston Waller, Middlebury College
Karina Wells, University of California, Santa Cruz


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#1. Posted by Chelsea S. on April 19, 2018

Kels, good luck on this exciting voyage prior to Oregon! We love you! From AZ with love.




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