Come find out about SEA Semester, an extraordinary opportunity for students
of all majors! The SEA Admission Counselor for UW, Janice Lewis, will be on
campus again on Wednesday, February 2, to share stories, show pictures, and
answer questions about life at SEA.
SEA Semester students choose a unique and challenging academic adventure for
their off-campus experience. They step out of the classroom and actively
experience the ocean first hand by living in Woods Hole, a global center for
ocean studies, and then going to sea aboard a sailing research vessel in the
Atlantic, Pacific, or Caribbean.
Each of SEA’s six interdisciplinary programs combines elements of
oceanography, maritime history & culture, environmental studies, public
policy, and nautical science. All students carry out original research and
work as active members of the sailing crew. They come away having
experienced many aspects of the ocean first hand, from the science of ocean
circulation to the beauty of a sunrise over the open sea.
To learn more about SEA programs, academic credit, and financial aid
opportunities, visit Janice in Suzzallo Espresso (immediately to your right
entering Suzzallo Library from Red Square) on Feb 2 between 3pm and 6pm. You
can also email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up another time to meet or visit
www.sea.edu for more info.