Scripps Oceanography has more than a century of scientific achievement and instructional excellence.

Our body of alumni is nearing 2,000 members, spread throughout the globe and participating in a diverse range of careers.

From studying the earth’s core to probing the far reaches of space, Scripps alumni continue the institution’s mission to seek, teach, and communicate scientific understanding of the oceans, atmosphere, Earth, and other planets for the benefit of society and the environment. 

In the News

Photo of the Week: Suiting Up
Scripps alum Jessica Meir -- this year's Scripps Day speaker -- trains for space walk

Ross Sea phase sensitive radar system

Study Finds High Melt Rates on Antarctica’s Most Stable Ice Shelf
Scripps-led study finds melting rates 25 times higher than expected

Andy Nosal

Around the Pier: Meet Andy Nosal, the Scripps Researcher with a Passion for Science Communication—and Sharks
The winner of a prestigious science communicator’s award, Nosal strives to dispel myths about sharks

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    With nearly 2,000 alumni across the globe, Scripps alumni have used their degrees as a springboard into dynamic careers ranging from professors to entrepreneurs to astronauts.  

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