The Chemistry of Success
November 12, 2014
Chemistry Department legacy lives through its alumni
Becoming One With Animals
October 24, 2014
Medina communicates with exotic creatures as zoo intern
Alumnus Linneaus Dorman '56 named a Library of Congress HistoryMaker
September 24, 2014
HistoryMaker series features oral histories of prominent African Americans
Campbell named Chemist of the Year by Heartland Section of the American Chemical Society
March 11, 2014
Dr. Dean Campbell of the Mund-Lagowski Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry was recently graced with the American Chemical Society’s distinguished Chemist of the Year Award. He is the first Bradley University faculty member to ever win this award.
Chemistry professor receives grant from Army Research Office
February 10, 2014
Dr. Luke Haverhals procures $40,000 grant for new infrared spectrometer
Allen Ghareeb ’13 Puts Service First at Bradley and Abroad
December 12, 2013
As president of Fellows, an organization that promotes leadership and civic responsibility, and a member of SERVE, Bradley University’s service organization, Allen Ghareeb is no stranger to volunteer opportunities at Bradley.
Mund-Lagowski Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry welcomes Professor Haverhals
September 26, 2013
Dr. Luke Haverhals joins the department as a tenure-track Assistant Professor
An enlightening exploration with Celine Cousteau
April 2, 2013
Filmmaker and conservationist Celine Cousteau shares her work and adventures with students.
Henrietta Lacks, and her ‘immortal’ life, spark an ethical discussion
March 25, 2013
Women in Science series hosts a panel talk on the HeLa cells, the first immortal human cells ever grown in culture, taken from a cervical cancer patient without her consent.
An inquisitive approach to science education
March 7, 2013
A new suite of classes trains education students by teaching them science through an investigative-based approach.
Medical training in Central America
February 25, 2013
Two students volunteer in Nicaragua and Honduras to provide healthcare services to the needy.
Two LAS students honored for community work
December 11, 2012
LAS students Emmanuelle Bailey-Greene, a senior in psychology, and Caitlin Pribble, a freshman studying biochemistry and French, were recently featured in the Journal Star's Most Interesting Young Person contest.
October 11, 2012
Junior biochemistry student Ryan Niemeier spends nine months in Ireland researching biomaterials.
Chemistry teaching alumnus offers football team life lessons
October 10, 2012
Todd Hollis '97, head coach of the Elmwood/Brimfield football team and science teacher, was profiled recently in the Peoria Journal Star newspaper.
A Golden Learning Opportunity
October 2, 2012
A 100-plus-year-old glass plate from Bradley’s founder helps explain nanoparticles to today’s chemistry students.
Chemistry journal features two Bradley articles and photo
September 21, 2012
Two articles and the cover photograph published in the Journal of Chemical Education’s October edition originated from Bradley’s chemistry department.
Junior Kaleigh Tockes received ASM undergraduate research fellowship
September 17, 2012
The fellowship allowed Tockes to carry out two microbiological research projects this summer on Bradley’s campus.
Bradley instructor inducted into prestigious hall of excellence
February 13, 2012
Dr. Kristi McQuade honored by alma mater