Tag: international education

  • Video: Exploring the Catalan Coast

    Students on the Summer 2011 voyage of Semester at Sea explored the Catalan Coast with professor Sian Davies-Vollum.

  • Students Experience Montserrat With Their Professor

    Written by: Duane Osheim (Professor of History) We traveled to the Shrine of the Black Madonna of Montserrat, about 30 miles west of Barcelona. Montserrat is the second-most important religious […]

  • An Unusual Class on Semester at Sea

      Written by Carli Antor (Student) As I walked into my second Human and Society class, taught by Professor Timko, I was expecting to be able to quickly take my […]

  • Slideshow: Learning is a two way street

    Maymester voyagers shared a day with students in Honduras and Guatemala where they were given the chance to teach and be taught by the children and their humble surroundings.

  • Video: The Architecture of Panama City

    Historic architecture in Panama hangs on in stark contrast to the gleaming new skyscrapers being built downtown. Students on the Maymester voyage of Semester at Sea examine the functional characteristics of the old buildings versus the modern standards that guided the construction of new buildings and the scale on which both were built.

  • Countdown to first ever May Voyage is on!

    As the ship is being prepared for the April Enrichment Voyage, we can’t help but think that so much work and planning – for us AND the students – is about to come to fruition. We’ll see all of you May Voyage participants in just a few weeks!


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