CNTA teaches each spring at USC-Aiken as part of their Academy for Lifelong Learning.

Classes in the past have ranged from “Plutonium and our National Security” to “SRS and the Environment”.

Resources from these classes are provided below.

More information on the Academy for Lifelong Learning can be found here.

2021- “Environmental Impact of the Savannah River Site”

Held March 3, 10, and 17 at USC-Aiken.

Class 1: The SRS Environmental Monitoring Program – this class provides an overview of the environmental monitoring activities that occur at the site and across the CSRA including recent results of these studies and historical data.
Presenter: Tim Jannik is a Fellow Technical Advisor at the Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL).
The presentation is available in two parts due to size. Environmental Monitoring- Part 1Environmental Monitoring- Part 2.
 
Class 2: Ecology at SRS – this class provides a historical review of ecology work at the site from the pioneering work of Dr. Eugene Odum and Dr. Ruth Patrick to current research efforts and outreach initiatives.
Presenter: Dr. Olin Rhodes is the Director of the University of Georgia’s Savannah River Ecology Laboratory and a Georgia Athletic Association Professor of Applied Ecology in the Odum School of Ecology.
The Presentation is available in three parts due to size. Ecology at SRS-Part1, Ecology at SRS-Part2, Ecology at SRS-Part3
 
Class 3: Environmental Science and Technology – the Savannah River National Laboratory has been at the forefront in the development of environmental remediation and cleanup technologies. These efforts have facilitated the stewardship of the environment at SRS as well as supporting environmental cleanup needs around the world.
Presenter: Dr. Brian B. Looney is a senior research engineer at the Department of Energy Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) in Aiken, SC and an adjunct professor in the Environmental Engineering Science Department at Clemson University.
The Presentation will be available soon.