Tag: Alumni

  • A Neptune Day to Celebrate

    It’s been 31 years since Assistant Executive Dean Peggy Campbell-Rush has sailed with Semester at Sea and in that time much has changed. She has established her career, started a […]

  • 2014 Founders Day Student Perspective: Following Family Footsteps

    Parker Dannenberg Student Parker Danneberg grew up hearing about the excitement of Semester at Sea. Both parents had done the program; his mom on the Spring 1982 voyage and his […]

  • A Family Connection in Ghana

    My family’s involvement with Semester at Sea began in 2011 when I sailed as a student on that year’s summer voyage. During this voyage around the Mediterranean, my mom and […]

  • SAS Alum Cliff Roberts Visits the MV Explorer to Give Career Advice to Fall 2013 Students

    Cliff Roberts, an agent with the William Morris Endeavor agency in Hollywood and a SAS legacy voyager and alum, took some time out of his schedule (in the middle of […]

  • Join the Shipboard Auction

    Now’s your chance to claim a piece of the Spring 2012 voyage. If you’ve been following the blog from your States-side office, you can now bid on Ghanaian drums, Vietnamese […]

  • Service through the Service Industry: SAS Alumnus Starts Non-Profit in Cambodia

    While the MV Explorer docked in Viet Nam, 300 students took advantage of Semester at Sea trips to visit neighboring Cambodia, experiencing recent history at the Killing Fields, exploring the […]

  • Turning a Global Semester into a Global Career

    Semester at Sea may be a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but the effects of the program last forever. SAS began nearly 50 years ago and today there are close to 60,000 alumni […]

  • Ambassadors of Change: Finding Refuge Back Home

    Our first installment of “Ambassadors of Change” a journaling of post voyage efforts by Global Ambassadors. This first installment is dedicated to students continuing their connection with the Finding Refuge organization at their universities.

  • Fipeo & Semester at Sea: The Voyage of Discovery

    Written By: Kobi Ansong, Spring ’11, Morehouse College senior English major Every few years, a new social network enters the scene and dominates the World Wide Web. Fipeo is next […]

  • Photo Credit: Brian Scannell

    Setting Sail a Second Time

    Semester at Sea is a once-in-a-lifetime experience—unless you’re among the 40 spring voyagers taking a second trip around the world (or third, fourth, or fifth). The ship’s psychologist first sailed […]

  • Student Video: The World's Children

    Semester at Sea alumnus and founder of Pencils of Promise Adam Braun joined the Fall 2011 Semester at Sea voyage from Morocco to Ghana. He shared many stories and experiences with the shipboard community while he was there, and one in particular struck a chord with Rebecca Dickinson.

  • Seeking Our Own Stories

    “Tourists see, travelers seek.” With these words, Adam Braun, Semester at Sea alum and founder of Pencils of Promise, inspired a room full of students (of all ages) to remember […]

  • Forum on Global Engagement Comes to a Close

    It was four days of astounding seminars, conversations and exchanging of ideas and opinions. The 2011 Forum on Global Engagement wrapped up a voyage that covered who owns the waterways […]

  • ISE’s Forum Examines China Inside and Out

    From China’s Reform Era and taped conversations of past presidents discussing strategies on China during the Cold War to how U.S. higher education must work harder to keep pace with […]

  • The Newbie: Starting a career with Semester at Sea

    Starting a new job can be daunting. But the SAS alumni network is already trying to make our newest member feel at home in a new city.


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