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Sea Education Association (SEA) is an internationally recognized leader in undergraduate ocean education. SEA Semester programs are multi-disciplinary learning communities that address the critical environmental issues of our time: climate change, sustainability, biodiversity, human impacts on the environment, and environmental justice. SEA offers seven SEA Semester programs: The Global Ocean, Ocean Exploration, Oceans & Climate, Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean, Sustainability in Polynesian Island Cultures & Ecosystems, Marine Biodiversity & Conservation, and Caribbean Reef Expedition. SEA also offers an eight-week summer program, Protecting the Phoenix Islands, and a four-week summer program, Pacific Reef Expedition. All SEA programs incorporate an interconnected suite of courses designed to explore a specific ocean-related theme using a cross-disciplinary approach. By combining initial academic coursework in a residential environment in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, with a hands-on voyage aboard a sailing research vessel at sea, SEA allows students to put their newfound knowledge and skills immediately into practice. SEA accepts students from all majors, and no prior sailing experience is necessary.
For more information, contact Sea Education Association, P.O. Box 6, Woods Hole, MA 02543, (800) 552-3633 x 770, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.sea.edu. CALS students should file an intent to study off campus form with the college registrar as early as possible to ensure proper registration and enrollment in courses. Program costs are to be paid in place of regular Cornell tuition and fees.
Instructors for SEA Semester include faculty of the Sea Education Association and visiting faculty from a number of colleges and universities.