C-303 Marine Biodiversity and Conservation

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Students enrolled in SEA Class C-303, Marine Biodiversity & Conservation, arrived on campus on March 14th. After a one-day delay due to a flight cancellation, they arrived in Key West on April 6th to begin their sea component aboard the SSV Corwith Cramer. They will sail the Cramer home to Woods Hole, scheduled to arrive on May 12th.

The program concludes with a capstone experience where students will share their scientific research and conservation strategies with experts in national and international marine conservation science and policy during a one-day professional symposium hybrid both online and on the SEA campus.

Students

Marin Allen, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Kayla Bradley, College of Charleston
Isabelle Cadene, Rodger Williams University
Maggie Grant, Colby-Sawyer College
Amir Graupe, University of Illinois
Ashley Howard, Colorado School of Mines
Bella Kassa, University of Michigan
Posy LaBombard, Mount Holyoke
Gabe Packer, Eckerd
Elizabeth Siminitus, Hamilton College
Maeve Tallman, Lawrence University
Emmi Triplett, College of Charleston

Crew

Jason Quilter , Captain
Rocky Bonner III , Chief Mate
Holly Boulanger , 3rd Mate
Thane Richard , Mate-in-Training
Abby Werner , AsstEngineer
Amy Elliott , Engineer in Training
Jackie O'Malley , Steward
Audrey Cardwell , Steward in Training
Sarah Kingston , Chief Scientist
Supi Vallas , 1st Scientist
Kelly Morgan , Asst Scientist
Matt Bihrle , Asst Scientist
Lucy Bergwall , Deckhand
Becca Hueckel , Deckhand
Larry Klein , Deckhand
Karen Lynch , Deckhand
Starr Rodgers , Deckhand
Adam Young , Deckhand
Kate Riley, Teaching Assistant

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

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3 Comments

  1. Sabine Triplett April 6, 2022 at 18:25 - Reply

    Fair winds and following seas to the SSV Corwith Cramer! We are vicariously living through the crew and students, and looking forward to the blog posts!

  2. Theresa April 6, 2022 at 19:09 - Reply

    aye Maggie! I miss you, I hope you have fun and learn cool things 🙂

  3. Anonymous April 9, 2022 at 13:40 - Reply

    Sail away, sail away, sail away! Enjoy the adventure

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