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SEA Semester: The Global Ocean

Why choose SEA Semester?
 

  • Explore the largest unexplored area on Earth, the global ocean, on the leading undergraduate program in marine environmental studies.
  • Interdisciplinary shipboard learning community
  • Gain authentic research experience in different subject areas.
  • Develop teamwork, problem-solving and skills while learning seamanship.

SFS Peru: Biodiversity & Development in the Andes-Amazon

Why study with SFS Andes-Amazon?

• Unique opportunity to learn about issues of sustainability in western Amazonia and the adjacent Andean highlands.
• Different locations of instruction in the region include a cloud forest, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and Cusco.
• Field research on biodiversity, effects of climate, and change, and on natural resource use by villagers.
• Contact with two indigenous communities, Huacaria and Queros.
 

SFS Bhutan: Himalayan Environment & Society in Transition

Why study with SFS Bhutan?

• Unique opportunity to learn about issues of sustainability in a south Asian mountain kingdom.
• Different locations of instruction in upper- and lower-elevation Himalayan ecosystems, and among sites of Buddhist religious practice.
• Field research on biodiversity, social change, and natural resource use by villagers.
• Forms of community reciprocity lend the program some elements of a deeper cultural exchange.
 

SEA Semester: Oceans & Climate

Why choose SEA Semester?
 

  • Explore the largest unexplored area on Earth, the global ocean, on the leading undergraduate program in marine environmental studies.
  • Interdisciplinary shipboard learning community
  • Gain authentic research experience in different subject areas.
  • Develop teamwork, problem-solving and skills while learning seamanship.

SEA Semester: Sustainability in Polynesian Island Cultures & Ecosystems

Why choose SEA Semester?
 

  • Explore the largest unexplored area on Earth, the global ocean, on the leading undergraduate program in marine environmental studies.
  • Interdisciplinary shipboard learning community
  • Gain authentic research experience in different subject areas.
  • Develop teamwork, problem-solving and skills while learning seamanship.

SEA Semester: Ocean Exploration

Why choose SEA Semester?
 

  • Explore the largest unexplored area on Earth, the global ocean, on the leading undergraduate program in marine environmental studies.
  • Interdisciplinary shipboard learning community
  • Gain authentic research experience in different subject areas.
  • Develop teamwork, problem-solving and skills while learning seamanship.
  • Program options serving a variety of different interests in the European, Caribbean, Polynesian or New Zealand regions.

SEA Semester: Marine Biodiversity & Conservation

Why choose SEA Semester?

  • Explore the largest unexplored area on Earth, the global ocean, on the leading undergraduate program in marine environmental studies.
  • Interdisciplinary shipboard learning community
  • Gain authentic research experience in different subject areas.
  • Develop teamwork, problem-solving and skills while learning seamanship.
  • Program options serving a variety of different interests in the European, Caribbean, Polynesian or New Zealand regions.

SEA Semester: Colonization to Conservation in the Carribbean

Why chooses SEA Semester?

 

  • Explore the largest unexplored area on Earth, the global ocean, on the leading undergraduate program in marine environmental studies.
  • Interdisciplinary shipboard learning community
  • Gain authentic research experience in different subject areas.
  • Develop teamwork, problem-solving and skills while learning seamanship.
  • Program options serving a variety of different interests in the European, Caribbean, Polynesian or New Zealand regions.

NYU Washington, DC

Why study with NYU Washington, DC?

• A city and program with the largest range of internship opportunities of any Grinnell OCS program.
• NYU coursework draws on different aspects of Washington, DC in a variety of ways that aim to address the interests and background of students who are in Washington just for a semester.
• Program public events offer an interesting array of guest speakers and other opportunities that take advantage of the city’s unique resources.