Bradley Works 2014
Dr. Jennifer Robin’s new book offers employers insight into creating positive workplace environments.
Dr. Tim Koeltzow investigates how a predisposition to cocaine use and addiction may be exacerbated by ADHD and bad stress.
Dr. Craig Cady’s extensive work with stem cells is helping pave the way toward advances in treating certain medical conditions.
Dr. José Sánchez’s research may allow physicians to detect tumors at earlier stages and target treatments toward specific cancers.
Dr. Derek Montgomery is working to identify preschoolers with ADHD tendencies, so they can learn to focus and use self-control before having difficulties in school.
Assistant Professor Joe Kelly and two students in the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program use Dartfish motion analysis software to evaluate a new tire flipping technique.
Vital, visionary, innovative, and bold — three teams of students and their faculty advisers met the challenges of the inaugural engineering and business convergence projects with aplomb.
Photography Assistant Professor Margaret LeJeune found inspiration for her acclaimed portrait series on women hunters.
Dr. Amy Bacon is studying college students’ drinking habits and the potential for long-term destructive behavior in Bradley’s SEA Lab.
Illinois Poet Laureate Dr. Kevin Stein contemplates whether poetry still holds a place of value in modern society.
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Inspired by founder Lydia Moss Bradley’s commitment to useful learning and ethics, Bradley University educates leaders, innovators, and contributors to the well-being of all humanity.
Karen Crowley Metzinger, MA ’97
Bob Grimson ’81
Clara Miles, MA ’05
Joanne K. Glasser
provost and vice president for academic affairs
associate vice president for marketing and publications