Glenn’s career commenced as a mathematics teacher then he transferred to the Macquarie University Department of Mathematics on its foundation in 1967 where he studied for a PhD. He ultimately became a professor and head of the School of Computing. His studies included computer modelling for environmental events such as wind flow during bushfires and severe storms.
Vale Glenn Johnson
Sadly another STEP stalwart has died. Glenn Johnson was a member of the committee for nine years from 1984 to 1992. His fellow committee members describe Glenn as a sensitive person who loved the natural environment and who was passionate about his family, garden and work with the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney. He was a born teacher and explainer.