C-297C Science at SEA (Session 2)

July 19, 2021
2_Cramer

Students enrolled in class C-297C, Science at SEA (Session 2), join the SSV Corwith Cramer in Woods Hole on July 22nd. The students will explore the coastal and offshore marine ecosystems around Cape Cod, and return to Woods Hole on August 4th.

Students
Curtis Corzine, East Helena High School
Aidan Baitsell, Fox Lane High School
Benny Seidman, South Eugene High School
James Kretschmer, Huntington High School
Ezra Danzig, Walter Payton College Prep
Julia Walker, Morgan School
Rachel Grundy, Concord-Carlisle High School
Eden Raich, Berkeley Carroll School
Alice Crawford-Muscat Amherst-Pelham Regional High School
Ari Harris, Cambridge Rindge & Latin School
Lucy Katzman-Tranah, Tamalpais High School
Tess Madnick, Georgetown Day School
Bela Filstrup, Chapin School
Riya Singh, Milton Academy
Katharine Kringel Richard, Montgomery High School
Eily Montenegro, New Hyde Park Memorial High School
Nadya Babushkin, Skyline High School
Gabriella McCalpin, Urban Assembly New York Harbor School
A'Janae Samaru-Aguillera, Urban Assembly New York Harbor School
Nicholas Pabotoy, Urban Assembly New York Harbor School
Anna Sheehan, Urban Assembly New York Harbor School

Crew
Captain: Sean Bercaw
Chief Mate: Jen Buttery
2nd Mate: Tierney Weymueller
3rd Mate: Sara Vanderleest
Engineer: Alex Myers
Steward: Shelby Mann
Steward in Training: Mysti Sothen
Chief Scientist: Heather Page
1st Scientist: Anna Wietelmann
2nd Scientist: Corinna Anderson
3rd Scientist: Amy Chiuchiolo
Deckhand: Charlotte Lynch
Deckhand: Ashlyn Royal
Deckhand: Matt Bihrle
Special Projects (galley and more): Cam Ragland
Special Projects (galley and more): Jackie O'Malley

Contact: Douglas Karlson, Director of Communications, 508-444-1918 | dkarlson@sea.edu

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