SEA Semester: Caribbean Reef Expedition (New Fall 2017 Program)

adviser note: SEA Semester programs have been pre-approved to transfer in for UW credit with the School of Oceanography. Contact an adviser to find out how the courses can fit into major/minor requirements.

We’re excited to launch our newest academic program next fall!
SEA Semester: Caribbean Reef Expedition will combine fieldwork in Woods Hole and the Virgin Islands with a research voyage throughout the Caribbean to examine tropical reef ecosystems, their diverse marine life inhabitants, and the impact of human actions upon them. Students will explore how a variety of local, national, and international organizations are working together to conserve and sustainably manage these reef environments.
This program is ideal for students with an interest in conservation policy and/or marine ecosystems. They will approach solutions to effective reef management in the context of history, policy, and science. We welcome students of all majors to apply.
Now Enrolling for Fall 2017!
We’re currently accepting applications for a diverse array of program offerings to Atlantic, Pacific, and Caribbean destinations this fall. Spread the word!
Fall Deadline: May 1, 2017

View a full program description on our website.