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

SEA Attends Ceremony Honoring Tall Ships America aboard USCG Barque EAGLE

Tall Ships America recently announced that Senate Resolution 793 honoring Tall Ships America’s 50th anniversary was adopted on September 22, 2022. The  Resolution was submitted by Senator John Reed and Senator Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island and was passed by Unanimous Consent. The Resolution commends Tall Ships [...]

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Community Supports Woods Hole Partnership Education Program

The Woods Hole Partnership Education Program (PEP), now in its 14th summer, is off to a strong start with the return to in-person learning and research in Woods Hole, thanks in no small part to continued support from participating Woods Hole organizations and private donations. Local donors include Lawrence-Lynch Corporation, a Falmouth construction firm that renewed its support of this year’s program with [...]

2022-08-30T08:52:21-05:00July 27, 2022|

Sea Education Association Selects Dr. Mark Long as New Academic Dean

Woods Hole, MA - After a comprehensive search, Sea Education Association (SEA) has named Dr. Mark Long as its new Academic Dean. A member of the SEA faculty since 2015, Long currently serves as Associate Dean of Academic Partnerships and Associate Professor of History. Long received a B.A. in political science from Auburn University, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in history [...]

2022-07-18T14:42:32-05:00July 18, 2022|

Sea Education Association to Expand Campus, Acquire Gosnold’s Miller House Property in Falmouth

Sea Education Association (SEA) is pleased to announce that last week it entered into an agreement with Gosnold Inc. to purchase its property at 165 Woods Hole Road in Falmouth. The 2.37 acre property abuts the SEA campus and is also adjacent to Woodwell Climate Research Center. The property is home to the Stephen Miller House, a large home built in [...]

2022-07-07T20:38:11-05:00July 7, 2022|

Natalie Marshall Wins 2022 Elsaesser Fellowship

Natalie Marshall has been selected as the winner of the 2022 Armin E. Elsaesser Fellowship. She plans to travel to Spain to make a documentary about the research vessel Heraclitus, and the meaning it holds for the people who have sailed aboard her. A graduate of Bard College, Natalie served as steward aboard both the SSV Corwith Cramer and SSV Robert C. Seamans [...]

2022-07-01T13:28:11-05:00July 1, 2022|

On Pacific Voyage, SEA Students Address Critical Environmental Issue: Ocean Plastics

This summer, a select group of 21 college undergraduates are sailing on a blue water voyage aboard a tall ship ocean research vessel. The students will gather data that contributes to a deeper understanding of a critical problem impacting our oceans: marine plastics pollution. The voyage began in Honolulu, Hawaii on June 25th and ends in San Diego, California on July [...]

2022-06-28T15:24:00-05:00June 28, 2022|

2022 Woods Hole Partnership Education Program (PEP) Students Return to Woods Hole

In a welcome return to in-person learning, last week 17 students participating in this summer’s Woods Hole Partnership Education Program (PEP) arrived on the SEA campus. Created by the Woods Hole Diversity Initiative and the Woods Hole Diversity Advisory Committee in 2009, PEP is a 10-week summer program designed to promote diversity among the Woods Hole science community. Students reside on the [...]

2022-06-17T08:51:09-05:00June 17, 2022|

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