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The Short Term 2012 Voyage By The Numbers

Assistant Dean of Students Akirah Bradley addresses the students at the welcome orientation.

Today is a momentous occasion because it marks the beginning of Short-Term 2012 and the 109th voyage of Semester at Sea. The MV Explorer is ready to hit the high seas, the faculty and staff are prepped and ready to teach and most importantly, the students have boarded and are eager to begin their voyage of discovery. Executive Dean Luke Jones and Academic Dean Rosalyn Berne are currently in the union kicking off the voyage with the ship-wide welcome orientation.

We have an incredibly diverse group of participants involved. The graphic below explains sony РThe Secret Of Deliberate Creation And More!'>Dr. Robert Anthony РThe Secret Of Deliberate Creation And More!$66.55 Per Sale With Red Hot Conversions!'>Diy Bike Repair РEarn $66.55 Per Sale With Red Hot Conversions!me of our demographics. These numbers represent the incredible group of people that we have pulled together to create an amazing shipboard community. Make sure to continue reading our news feed as the voyage proceeds to see these numbers come to life.

Short Term 2012 by the numbers.

This group is ready to learn and immerse itself in the regions and cultures of our port countries. Follow us here, on Twitterand on Facebook. We're excited to share our stories and include you in our adventures.

Costa Rica, Peru, Ecuador, Panama and Belize, here we come.

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