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Topic: Sustainability

  • Unreasonable at Sea Mentors & Entrepreneurs in the Spotlight: Hunter Lovins & Aquaphytex

    The Unreasonable at Sea project, an experiment in global education setting sail on the Spring 2013 voyage of Semester at Sea, will feature some of the world’s most innovative mentors and entrepreneurs […]

  • There's Something Fishy in Lisbon: Students Visit Oceanarium

    Housing many different species of fish, cnidaria, birds and mammals, the Oceanario de Lisboa showcases the great oceans of the world.  At 16,000 animals, 1,346,493 gallons of seawater, and 23 feet […]

  • Students Learn the Power of International Finance

    It’s not often that international finance students need a hard hat and closed toe shoes while in class, unless of course they are on Semester at Sea with Professor Mark […]

  • Ecotourism Leads to Conservation in the Canals of Tortugeuro

    One of the topics in the Poverty and Economic Development class on the Short Term 2012 voyage has been ecotourism as a way for a country to both boost its […]

  • Students Learn About Business As A Tool For Liberation And Oppression In Peru

    As part of their Business as a Tool for Liberation and Expression class, students took to the field in Peru to learn about the topic first hand. They visited two […]

  • Students Experience the Geology of Peru First Hand

    Friday, May 26th, 9 am. 13 students, one professor and one reporter boarded a bus headed for a day of hands-on geology as part of the Geology of Central America […]

  • Semester at Sea’s President Les McCabe Brings Global Perspective to TEDxUCIrvine

    When people talk about Semester at Sea, innovation is always at the heart of the conversation. So when our President Les McCabe was asked to speak at TEDxUCIrvine he was […]

  • 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 […]

  • Welcome Aboard

    Fast Facts on the 108th Voyage: 70 faculty and staff helm the spring voyage, joined by 58 of their family members (including our youngest participant at a fresh-faced two years […]

  • In Good Hands

    The 107th voyage of Semester at Sea will embark from Montreal tomorrow carrying students, faculty, staff and adult Lifelong Learners representing nearly 200 universities around the world.  Yet while the […]

  • 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, […]

  • Forum on Global Engagement Sets Sail

    The Institute for Shipboard Education’s Forum on Global Engagement kicked off with its largest group of participants and an enlightening discussion on the interdependent relationship between the U.S. and China […]

  • Garbage Dump Next to Mangrove Swamp

    How To Fail Absolutely Everyone

    Garrick Louis wanted his students to see this. The 17 undergraduates in his course “Understanding Water & Sanitation” didn’t have to wait long after the embarkation of this voyage to […]

  • The Importance of Visiting Brazil

    On December 30, 2011, the The MV Explorer will enter the Amazon River in Northern Brazil for the first Enrichment Voyage visit to Brazil since 2008. It is incredibly important for us to understand and visit this burgeoning economic powerhouse and strategic ally of the United States.

  • 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.

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