S-289: Climate & Society

November 11, 2019

S-289: Climate & Society
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S-289: Climate & Society

SSV Robert C. Seamans (File photo).
Seamans-alongside

SSV Robert C. Seamans (File photo).

Students of Class S-289, Climate & Society, board the SSV Robert C. Seamans in Auckland, New Zealand on Nov. 14th after a one-week second shore component on New Zealand's South Island. The voyage ends in Auckland on Dec. 15th after port stops in the Bay of Islands, Napier, and Great Barrier Island.

Students

Mujahed Aghbar, Methodist University
Amelia Ahring, University of Copenhagen
Maia Anderson, American University
Rachel Clausen, Salisbury University
George Edison, Vassar College
June Eikeland, Boston University
Derek Fischer, University of Connecticut, Avery Point
Natalie Greenbaum, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Dylan Kennedy, University of California, Berkeley
Amalia Calle, Universidad de los Andes
Mollie Ockene, Middlebury College
Nicole Pollack, Middlebury College
Jessie Sheldon, Colorado College
Naomi Solorio, Lawrence University
Sarah Strand, Sewanee: University of the South
Mathilde Tash, University of Rhode Island

Crew

Master: Chris Nolan
Chief Mate: Rebecca Johnson
Second Mate: Kirsten Johnsrud
Third Mate: Hila Shooter
Engineer: Nate Bears
Assistant Engineer: Will Muir
Steward: Ashley Look
Steward-in-training: Kylie Wiegel
Chief Scientist: Blaire Umhau
Assistant Scientist: Brittany Mauer
Assistant Scientist: Emily Dailey
Assistant Scientist: Corinna Anderson
Sailing Intern: Neil Mistretta
Sailing Intern: Duncan Jackson
Anthropology Faculty: Jeffrey Wescott

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