Andy Alm

The Paul F. Brandwein Lecture series was established as an ongoing session at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Meeting. The first lecture was delivered by Dr. William Stapp, Professor Emeritus, Department of Environmental Education, University of Michigan.

Several field studies and baseline data collections were initiated by the Brandwein Institute and begun on the Rutgers Creek property. Field botanist, Bill Olson, began a vascular plant collection that resulted in the identification of over 350 species.