The Seymour Center offers a deeper dive into the adventure of ocean research here in Santa Cruz and around the world. Discover all the ways you can stay connected to us, and continue to explore the fascinating world of marine science and conservation, even while the Center is temporarily closed.*
Take part in Trivia Tuesday on Instagram, discover interviews with UC Santa Cruz researchers on Facebook, and sign up for our e-newsletter to be the first to know about our exciting new digital offerings.
Our events have gone virtual! From Science Sunday webinars to our new livestreamed Labside Chats, you can stay tuned in to marine science research with the Seymour Center. Plus, find online celebrations of our annual events, such as Earth Week, World Oceans Day, and more!
With the launch of our Distance Learning program, students can now investigate the amazing world of marine science from home! Designed to support families and teachers, our education staff is creating short videos and learning activities for your virtual visits to the Seymour Center.
The Seymour Marine Discovery Center is a community-supported marine science education center of the University of California, Santa Cruz, and your support matters now more than ever. You can keep our animals cared for and our educators teaching by making a donation today. Thank you sincerely.
*Following the guidelines of our public health officials, the Seymour Marine Discovery Center is temporarily closed to the public. The health and care of our animals is ongoing during this public closure; please be assured they are well cared for.
WORLD OCEANS DAY
Monday, June 8, 2020
Join us for a virtual World Oceans Day celebration and take part in the Seymour Center Online Ocean Superhero Challenge.
June 8, 2020, 11 AM–12 PM
Learn about exciting, current research from award-winning UC Santa Cruz students studying the oceans.
SELF-GUIDED COASTAL WALKING TOUR
Enjoy outdoor highlights of the spectacular Coastal Science Campus as you explore the network of trails with this guide to interpretive signs.
MARINE SCIENCE JOURNALING
Start your own marine science journal today with these cool observation activities with video links. Designed for ages seven and up.
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