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June 24, 2019

SEA Semester is Popular Choice for Oberlin Students

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Oberlin student Gail Johnson, C-285, (far right) with SEA Semester students during recent Marine Biodiversity & Conservation cruise.

SEA Semester in the NEWS

"Oberlin Students Engage in Experiential Learning at Sea"
by Erin Ulrich ’18
Oberlin News

Founded in 1971, Sea Education Association (SEA) is a nonprofit organization that provides college students with interdisciplinary learning opportunities through its study abroad program, SEA Semester.

Students enrolled in SEA Semester programs study ocean-related themes within the broader context of humans’ impact on the natural world.

This past spring semester, Mechteld (Mecky) Kuijpers ’20 conducted research aboard the SSV Robert C. Seamans, a 134-foot Pacific research brigantine. Through SEA Semester: Oceans and Climate, Kuijpers and a group of students from the United States and international colleges and universities sailed from New Zealand to Tahiti over the course of six weeks.

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