Latest News & Press Kit2023-05-23T15:02:16-05:00

SEA’s Dr. Heather Page Research Published

In “Effects of ocean acidification on growth and photophysiology of two tropical reef macroalgae,” PLOS One (2023), an article co-authored by SEA’s Assistant Professor in Reef Biological Oceanography, Dr. Heather Page, researchers explored the impacts of ocean acidification on two common macroalgaes found along the [...]



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SEA Research Featured on NBC News with Lester Holt

Masses of seaweed multiplying at record-breaking levels and heading for Florida’s beaches Giant masses of seaweed are multiplying at record-breaking levels and are beginning to stack up along Florida’s shorelines. NBC News’ Sam Brock travels out to sea with researchers studying the unprecedented seaweed growth. Watch the video > Featuring Professor of Oceanography Dr. Jeffrey M. Schell and former professor Dr. [...]

2023-06-09T14:28:18-05:00April 29, 2023|

Proctor Academy Announces New Ocean Classroom Partner in SEA

Since 1994, Proctor students have studied at sea as a part of Proctor’s Ocean Classroom program. Throughout those nearly three decades, Proctor has worked with different partners, most recently Sailing Ships Maine, to deliver this life-changing off-campus program that puts students at the center of learning aboard a tall-ship. It is with great enthusiasm that Proctor announces a new partnership with Sea Education Association [...]

2023-06-06T12:44:43-05:00April 27, 2023|

Open ship events planned for Charleston, SC and New York, NY

Come tour SEA's flagship, the SSV Corwith Cramer! SEA is hosting open ship events for alumni, friends and family in Charleston, SC and New York, NY. Charleston, SC Saturday, April 22, 2023 10 am to 1 pm Charleston Maritime Center, 10 Wharfside Street (Parking garages are located nearby) New York, NY Saturday, April 29, 2023 2 to 5 pm Brooklyn Pier 6, Brooklyn, [...]

2023-04-17T11:55:28-05:00April 17, 2023|

Symposium at SEA aims to publicize plight of endangered right whales

This spring, as the migration of the endangered North Atlantic right whale gets underway, a group of experts – scientists, conservationists, and historians - will follow along aboard a tall ship ocean research vessel. The project is called SEA's Sailing Symposium on North Atlantic Right Whales. Its goal is to provide a forum for stakeholders of varied disciplines to talk about their research, [...]

2023-04-17T17:06:03-05:00April 14, 2023|

SEA teams with WHOI for high school robotics cruise

This month, students from Massachusetts high schools will set sail aboard a tall ship to gain a first-hand introduction to underwater research technology with the help of engineers from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and scientists from Sea Education Association (SEA). Designed to coincide with high school April breaks, the four-day offshore voyage sails from Miami, Florida to Charleston, South Carolina from April [...]

2023-04-12T14:18:03-05:00April 12, 2023|

SEA’s Dr. Kara Lavender Law: collaborating to solve ocean plastic pollution

A new report, "The future of ocean plastics: designing diverse collaboration frameworks," coauthored by SEA's Research Professor of Oceanography Kara Lavender Law, was published today, April 7th, in the ICEA Journal of Marine Science. The paper was designated an "Editor's Choice." The report is intended to guide stakeholder engagement concerning plastic pollution, and is the result of the Ocean Plastics Workshop 2022. "I’m [...]

2023-04-11T15:52:42-05:00April 7, 2023|

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