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

Wesleyan Student Reflects on SEA Program in French Polynesia

SEA in the NEWS "Exploring Sustainability, Building Community, and Fostering Connections: Frances Ostensen ’24 and Her SEA Semester" By Rachel Wachman The Wesleyan Connection Feb. 2023 When Frances Ostensen ’24 set sail aboard the SSV Robert C. Seamans this fall, she knew she was in for an [...]



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Doug Karlson, Director of  Communications
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Sea Education Association students prepare for life underway using state of the art nautical simulation from Wartsila Corporation.

By Capt. Chris Nolan Life at sea is challenging for new mariners – the first voyage is often likened to “drinking from a fire hose.”   Whether learning the fundamentals of helm and lookout duties, or simply how to live and work at sea, new mariners in the modern age can leverage new tools to help them prepare. Sea Education Association students have been [...]

2023-01-19T12:09:04-05:00September 19, 2022|

SEA’s Dr. Rich King Co-edits New Audubon Book

Dr. Richard King, SEA Visiting Associate Professor of Maritime History and Literature, has co-edited an anthology of writings by naturalist John Audubon. Published by University of Chicago Press, Audubon at Sea, The Coastal and Transatlantic Adventures of John James Audubon, is described as a ”one-of-a-kind, lavishly illustrated anthology [that] celebrates Audubon’s connection to the sea through both his words and art.” The book [...]

2023-01-19T12:08:50-05:00September 16, 2022|

SEA Plastics Lab Launches New Website

This week, the SEA Plastics Lab launched a new website intended to be a valuable resource for those interested in learning more about ocean plastic pollution and how to contribute to solutions to this serious environmental issue. The SEA Plastics Lab is dedicated to investigating and ultimately preventing ocean plastic pollution through collaborative scientific research and broad knowledge sharing. The lab is grounded [...]

2023-01-19T12:08:51-05:00September 14, 2022|

SEA Writer 2022, Magazines From the Summer SEA Quest Students

As part of their two-week classwork with SEA Quest, students write, edit, and produce an issue of SEA Writer magazine, with a focus on science writing and the theme of the seminar. READ NOW READ NOW Contact: Douglas Karlson, Director of Communications | 508-444-1918 | dkarlson@sea.edu | www.sea.edu

2023-01-19T12:08:53-05:00August 30, 2022|

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 [...]

2023-01-25T09:45:06-05:00July 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 from Loyola [...]

2023-01-19T12:06:26-05:00July 18, 2022|

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