Lynn Bradley

Lynn Bradley brings an intense desire for students to engage in scientific investigation to the ICCARS project.   Academic interest include Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics.  Other interests are in the water quality monitoring with the Huron River Watershed Council, swimming, boating and fishing.  For 6 years she ran directed an outdoor education program and summer camp, living on 160 acres of mixed hardwood forests with her young children. 

She holds a Bachelor's degree from Oakland University in Biological Sciences and a Masters Degree in Educational Media Technology from Eastern Michigan University.  She enjoys teaching Biology, Chemistry and Ecology at the high school level.   Besides teaching in the classroom she also teaches science courses online for Michigan Virtual University.

Students from her ecology and AP biology courses have participated in a variety of field projects to give them hands on investigative experience.  This winter ecology students placed erosion pins along a section of Belleville Lake bordering Quirk Road.  The results have prompted the township to take action to prevent further erosion.  Her students are looking forward to using remote sensing techniques to identify additional areas for erosion studies.

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