Centers & Institutes
The Institute encourages collaborative efforts in the study of family well-being by Family and Consumer Science faculty with colleagues in the College and University.
The Center for Collaborative Brain Research is a partnership between Bradley University, OSF St. Francis Medical Center, and the Illinois Neurological Institute. The University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria is a research collaborator. This partnership provides an effective academic research environment in the Peoria area.
The Center for Research and Service stimulates, initiates, and coordinates the research and service activities of the faculty of the College of Education and Health Sciences.
The Center for STEM Education is a primary resource for enhancing the preparation of STEM (Science –Technology-Engineering-Mathematics) educators and administrators.
The Counseling Research and Training Clinic provides counseling, support groups, and information to caregivers, the elderly, and grandparents raising grandchildren.
Peoria Full Service Community Schools is responsible for implementation of the full service community schools model, which targets health, families, community, and academics, by providing a continuum of care and support that will empower students and their families to become productive, engaged members of the community.
The Institute provides enrichment courses for children in grades one through six to explore and expand their interests and abilities in a University environment.
The Institute is a Midwestern think tank and a partnership between Bradley University and the Dirksen Congressional Center focused on bipartisan leadership. Courses are offered to foster collaborative, bipartisan, and ethical leadership in public service careers.
The Bradley PDS Partnership brings together the College of Education and Health Sciences and the Peoria Public School District 150. Bradley faculty, Bradley students, District teachers, and students all benefit from the ongoing activities and collaborations.