Latest News & Press Kit2022-01-21T08:32:22-05:00

SEA Names Recipents of Navigational Star Awards

Sea Education Association is pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Navigational Star Awards. These awards recognize individuals who have contributed heart, soul, intellect, energy, and resources to the success of SEA’s mission over the years.  The awards will be presented in Woods Hole [...]



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Dr. Jeff Schell Receives Henry L. and Grace Doherty Chair of Ocean Studies

SEA Professor of Oceanography Jeff Schell has been named the inaugural recipient of the Henry L. and Grace Doherty Chair of Ocean Studies.  The rotating Chair provides financial and logistical support for projects associated with professional development in Ocean Studies. The Chair was made possible by a generous donation to SEA’s endowment from the Henry L. and Grace Doherty Charitable Foundation, [...]

2022-04-19T14:33:47-05:00April 19, 2022|

Students Research Biodiversity in Sargasso Sea

For Immediate Release, Woods Hole, MA, April 11, 2022 This spring, students from colleges and universities around the country are sailing on an ocean research voyage to study the marine ecosystem of the Sargasso Sea.  The students are enrolled in the Marine Biodiversity & Conservation (MBC) program, a study abroad program offered by Sea Education Association (SEA) of Woods Hole, Massachusetts. The students [...]

2022-04-12T10:46:32-05:00April 11, 2022|

SEA President Peg Brandon Announces Upcoming Departure

After more than eight years at the helm of Sea Education Association (SEA), President Peg Brandon has announced that she plans to step down from her post at the end of October. Prior to assuming the role of President, Brandon served as a Captain on more than 25 SEA ocean voyages and later as SEA’s Director of Marine Operations. During Brandon’s [...]

2022-03-30T14:07:38-05:00March 30, 2022|

Colgate Student Studies Climate Change in Hawaiian Voyage

SEA in the NEWS Skyler Bertrand ’23 Studies Climate Change on Voyage Through Hawaiian Islands Colgate University News March 1, 2022 This winter, Skyler Bertrand ’23 joins undergraduates from colleges and universities around the country, sailing the waters of the Hawaiian Islands aboard a tall ship ocean research vessel to develop a first-hand understanding of the interaction of oceans and climate in [...]

2022-03-02T18:49:32-05:00March 1, 2022|

St. Michael’s College Student Discusses Reef Ecology on WDEV Radio

SEA in the NEWS Vermont Viewpoint with Ric Cengeri WDEV Radio St. Michael's College student Nadia Racz recently discussed her experience sailing on SEA's Caribbean Reef Expedition on Vermont Viewpoint. Nadia's segment begins at the 1:05 mark. Listen to what she said! Contact: Douglas Karlson, Director of Communications | 508-444-1918 | |

2022-02-28T15:55:22-05:00February 28, 2022|

Wellesley Students find SEA Experience Deeply Meaningful

SEA in the NEWS Wellesley on the High Seas By E.B. Bartels Wellesley College News Wellesley offers many study abroad opportunities—everything from researching the ecology of Lake Baikal in Siberia to riding a camel in the Wadi Rum desert in Jordan. But the options aren’t all land-based: This fall, Macy Littell ’23, Amadi Mitchell ’23, and Kyaralind Vasquez-Liriano ’23 spent a month at [...]

2022-03-02T18:48:29-05:00February 28, 2022|

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