SEA Education Association

SEA Education Association
Education and Youth

Sea Education Association (SEA) is a non-profit, educational institution that provides challenging multi-disciplinary academic programs both ashore and at sea. Its twelve week SEA semester program for undergraduates integrates marine science, maritime literature, history, policy and practical seamanship with deep water oceanographic research. SEA is dedicated to exploration, understanding and stewardship of the oceans, and studying the relationships between humans and the oceans.

A $10,000 grant was given in support of the replacement of radar units on one of their ships.

A $15,000 grant, in memory of Ned Cabot, was given to help convene a symposium of conversation science and policy experts for a Sargasso Sea Management Symposium.