Category: Global Education

  • Gary Goes Global — Los Angeles & Orange County

    In his first year on the job, new Semester at Sea/ISE President and CEO Dr. Gary Ransdell has made it his mission to meet as many Semester at Sea alumni, […]

  • Fall 2017 Interport Lecturer Akosua Busia helps create global citizens

    Akosua Busia has an incredibly impressive resume—she is an award-winning poet, songwriter, actress, author, filmmaker, a daughter of Ghana (of Ghana’s second prime minister, as a matter of fact)—and happens to […]

  • Professor Preview — Dr. Robert Smith

    Hands-on learning, with real-world application. It’s the basis of every Semester at Sea Voyage, and Fall 2017 Voyagers stand to benefit from from having Dr. Robert Smith’s unique combination of teaching and […]

  • Fall 2017 Gears up for Global Studies

    One of the greatest things about travel is that no two experiences are exactly alike. That holds true for Semester at Sea Voyagers as well; students take a variety of classes […]

  • Dan Garvey

    Meet Spring 2017 Executive Dean Dan Garvey

    Spring 2017 Executive Dean Dan Garvey, currently voyaging for the sixth time, has been through a lifetime’s worth of accomplishments while exploring with Semester at Sea. Not only has he traveled the […]

  • Dr. Ursula Quillmann

    Professor Quillmann studies seas with help from students

    Just as a Jane Goodall surrounded herself with chimpanzees to further her research, Dr. Ursula Quillmann of Colorado State University is immersing herself in her subject matter. Quillmann is gathering aquatic samples […]

  • Students Visit Morocco: Their Final Port of Call

    Witten by student, Kailey Leinz, University of Virginia A long line of Semester at Sea students stood in line at the dock, waiting to climb up the gangway onto the […]

  • SAS Spring 2016 Voyage Digest April 4-15

    And that’s a wrap! Tomorrow the shipboard community arrives in Southampton, England marking the end of the Spring 2016 Semester at Sea voyage. Take a look at what students experienced […]

  • The Oldest Man on the MV World Odyssey Shows No Signs of Slowing Down

    Written by: Student Kailey Leinz, University of Virginia He looks out over the open water, takes the pack of cigarettes out of the front pocket of his Hawaiian-printed shirt, and pulls […]

  • IMPACT: Chendamangalam Village

    Traveling in India gave students a taste of how different life can be from their home. A group of students had the opportunity to visit Chendamangalam Village where they experienced […]

  • Cochin, India Newswriting Field Lab: Student Perspective

    Written by student: Kailey Leinz, University of Virginia In the Grand Ballroom of the Abad Plaza Hotel in Cochin, India, three men, each equipped with expertise on the media and […]

  • Buddhism and Social Media: The 21st Century Monk

    Written by Global Journalism Scholar, Paula Pecorella. It is extremely unusual for a life long Buddhist monk to use Facebook, carry a cell phone, or board a luxury cruise liner […]

  • Meet SAS Spring 2016 Voyage IMPACT Scholars

    IMPACT Programs are Semester at Sea field programs which offer a unique cultural insight into the host country through people-to-people interaction, non-governmental organization visits, home-stays and service opportunities.  These programs […]


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