Rachel Waltman, a member of the new Global Ambassadors Program at Semester at Sea gets creative by sharing her SAS over cups of tea from around the world.
Many parents of Fall 2011 students joined the Semester at Sea parents trip and met up with their children in Hong Kong. During the trip, the parents were able to visit the Great Wall of China, take part in a Tai Chi class in Beijing, and get a sample of what the Semester at Sea experience is really like.
The critical importance of U.S.-China relations in the 21st century will be at the forefront of lively debates and discussions among some of the nation’s top business, political, and educational leaders at the upcoming Institute for Shipboard Education’s Forum on Global Engagement.
J. Stapleton Roy, former U.S. Ambassador to China and currently director of the Kissinger [...]
Sandra Johnson Owen, Semester at Sea, class of ’73. She still considers the voyage the turning point of her life.
The ship was all of metal, the cabins reminiscent of cargo containers, with foldup bunks. After the first month, the food was less than appetizing. Students even helped clean the ship from time to time. “We [...]
In addition to the Sino-U.S. relations focus as part of the academic program on Semester at Sea voyages, the Institute for Shipboard Education will also explore Sino-U.S. Relations during the 2011 Forum on Global Engagement voyage.
One of the biggest grey areas in study abroad is the issue of credit transfer. It’s important to know the possible credit transfer scenarios you may face, as well as how to best get answers to your questions from your home university.
Institute for Shipboard Education VP of Development and Alumni Affairs, Megan Murphy, describes her opportunity to sail again as part of the 2010 reunion voyage with fellow shipmates from her original voyage.