S-302, The Global Ocean: Hawai’i

February 11, 2022
Global Ocean

Students enrolled in SEA Class S-302, The Global Ocean: Hawai'i, arrived on campus in Woods Hole on January 3rd.  They arrived on board the SSV Robert C. Seamans in Honolulu on February 16th to begin five weeks at sea.  The voyage ends in Honolulu on Match 26th. There are no port stops.

Students
Mary Haley, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Katie Mahorney, Lawrence University
Emily McFarland, Lawrence University
Sebastian Murray-Brown, University of Rhode Island
Liv Clarke, Boston College
Anna Wnuk, SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry
Nate Bess, Franklin and Marshall College
Maija Hecht, Macalester College
Charlie Dvergsten, Carleton College
Skyler Bertrand, Colgate University
Kathleen Matthews, Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi
Abby Murray, Boston University
Jenn Necker, Eckerd College
Benjamin Pham, Carleton College
Hillary  McDonald, Roger Williams University
Jennessa White, Muhlenberg College
Eban Charles, Bowdoin College
Meriel McGovern, Roger Williams University
Lauren Messner, Roger Williams University
Gabby Foley, Sewanee; University of the South
Katie Cass, College of the Holy Cross

Crew
Captain: Allison Taylor
Chief Mate: Kevin Murray
2nd Mate: Sara Vanderleest
3rd Mate: Tierney Weymueller
Engineer: Henry Cylkowski
Engineer in Training: Nolan Brown
Steward: Cat Quinn
Steward in Training: Gracie Folds
Chief Scientist: Hilary Ranson
1st Scientist: Anna Wietelmann
2nd Scientist: Corinna Anderson
3rd Scientist: Amy Green
RA: Audrey Olsen

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

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