News from the Helm
- Fall 2018
- Spring 2018
- Fall 2017
- Spring 2017
- 2016-2017 Homecoming Voyage
- Fall 2016
- Spring 2016
- 50th Anniversary
- Fall 2012
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- Fall 2014
- Fall 2015
- Short-Term 2012
- Spring 2011
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- Spring 2014
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- Summer 2012
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So Tell Me About Semester at Sea
Every Semester at Sea participant has shared their love of the program at some time or another. And as easy as it seems, the simple act of sharing couldn’t be more important.
My job makes my day
Some days I think about how lucky I am to have such a unique job. When most people are heading into their cubicle, a lot of days I’m already on […]
I left thinking who I was, and came back as who I am
We were inter-port students on the ship for about two weeks only, but learned so much, that it will really make a difference in our lives.
Neptune Day: Dare Ye Take the Shellback Test?
Screams and shrieks from the pool deck echoed throughout the ship Sunday morning, March 13, as “Neptune Day” ceremonies kicked off and scurvy-ridden landlubbers who wanted to rise to the […]
Geology Expert Gives Talk on Japanese Earthquake, Tsunami
MV Explorer, Indian Ocean, March 12–Geology professor Ken Hon was playing a computer game with his seven-year-old daughter on board the MV Explorer around noon on Friday, March 11, when […]
Stefanie Amadeo: U.S. Diplomat
U.S. Foreign Service officer, Stephanie Amadeo, sailed with the SAS Spring 2011 voyage for three days in Brazil, talking about her work, career, and the robust economy in Brazil.
The Benefits of a Comparative Study Abroad Experience
Typical study abroad experiences offer a variety of destinations in which students are immersed in the traditional cultures, institutions and interactions of their host countries. Semester at Sea seeks to provide a different kind of study abroad experience, by offering a comparative approach.