Tag: SAS

  • 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 […]

  • Sino-U.S. Relations from a Student’s Perspective

    Semester at Sea alumni had the opportunity during the Forum on Global Engagement to give their perspective on Sino-U.S. relations. But, true to the academic experience of Semester at Sea, […]

  • 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 Summer 2011 SAS Voyage Ends, But The Journey Continues!

    Written by: Jordan Edelheit (Student) As the end of this voyage approaches I can’t help but feel incredibly lucky to have been part of the wonderful 2011 Semester at Sea […]

  • Auctions Raise Funds for Future SAS Students

    Written by: Jeremy Dorn (Work Study Student) On Thursday, the Semester at Sea live auction rocked the boat for two hours as funds were raised toward shipboard financial aid and […]

  • The Shipboard Community Is Alive With Talent

    Written by: Robbie Cook and Ally O’Connenll (Students) The lights drop, the music fades, and a single spotlight illuminate the Union. On stage walks Ryan Olsen, a mic and and […]

  • The First TEDxSemesterAtSea Event Inspires Students and Faculty

    Written by: Kendra Poole (student) I think many would agree that ship days can be some of the best days – especially when there’s something as evocative, moving, and thought-provoking as […]

  • Bulgarian Surprise

    Written by: Karyn Planett (Alumni and Lifelong Learner) OK, so there weren’t any pyramids.  Oh, wait, that’s not right.  Bulgaria does have pyramids (kinda).  Visually they’re rather different than those […]

  • Spotlighting the Shipboard Community

    We have a fantastic group of students and would like to spotlight them!  Enjoy 🙂 Matt Solondz says…   -Two things that make me smile on the MV Explorer are […]

  • Varna Summer Music Festival-Students and Musicians Connect

    Written by: Mariam Awad and Lanita Warner (Students) Photos by: Mariam Awad On the first night the MV Explorer arrived to Bulgaria, approximately 30 SAS students attended the Varna Summer […]

  • Finding Wisdom in Sofia

    Written by: Nina Russell (Student) “I know what I want to do with my life now,” smiles a friend after the Semester at Sea US Embassy Homestay trip to Sofia. […]

  • Eager To Share My Love For Athens With My Students, LifeLong Learners and My Family

    Written by: Gustavo Fares (Faculty) No place on earth reminds me more strongly of my native Buenos Aires than Athens. The busy streets, the people, the cafes, the noise, the […]

  • ¡¡Viva Barcelona y el SAS!!

    Aboard the MV Explorer on the Mediterranean Dear SAS Summer 2011 Shipboard Community, As the Nassau-to-Barcelona leg of our voyage together draws to a close, I wanted to take a […]

  • The Role of Technology in Study Abroad

    Exploring the role that technology and the expectations of communications plays in a study abroad environment. Can one truly experience another culture given the increased technological demands of the current generation?

  • 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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