SEA-DISC students participate in four major projects per year. Students tackle worldwide issues in each project but focus on how they can make a difference locally.
Students work with community members and local experts on issues such as creek revegetation, alternative energy, river health, sustainable agriculture, endangered species conservation, overpopulation and marine biology.
In SEA-DISC, students gain knowledge through interviews, extensive research, and interactive field studies. Who says learning shouldn't be a fun experience?