RETUrN: Renewable Environment: Transforming Urban Neighborhoods
The learning community involves students taking a general science course and a social science or humanities course with a linked thematic focus, in this case the redevelopment of a local Superfund site. The faculty and students are working in partnership with the community to understand how a neighborhood can be reborn, meeting many challenges.
This Learning Community became a SENCER model course (Summer 2005)
Historical Background on Alameda Point (formerly Alameda NAS)
- Alameda NAS closed 1997 under the BRAC III.
- Alameda NAS added to the National Priorities List (NPL) which is the Superfund site list in 1999.
- Alameda History Timeline