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Gamma Iota Sigma

President: Alex DiVerde (adiverde@mail.bradley.edu)

The purpose of this organization is to promote, encourage, and sustain student interest in insurance, risk management, and actuarial science as professions; to encourage the high moral and scholastic attainments of its members; and to facilitate the interaction of educational institutions and industry by fostering research activities, scholarship, and improved public relations.5/15

Gamma Phi Beta

President: Melissa Kelly (mmkelly2@mail.bradley.edu)

The object of this organization is to fulfill as an individual chapter the objects of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., and to develop the highest type of womanhood through education, social life, service to country and humanity. 8/16

Get Fit Stay Fit

President: Eva Book (ebook@mail.bradley.edu)

Get Fit Stay Fit is an incentive program developed collaboratively by several Bradley University Departments to challenge the Bradley University Community to become more active and make better nutritional decisions. The following departments have contributed to the development of the program: Bradley Dining Services (ARAMARK), the Wellness Program, Health and Counseling Services, Campus Recreation, the Center for Learning Assistance, the Dietetics Department, the Physical Therapy Department, the Body Project, and Late Night BU. 8-15

Global Business Association

President: Kaitlynn Hilton (khilton@mail.bradley.edu)

The purpose of the Global Business Association is to promote awareness of doing business at an international level and to guide those who are interested by conducting activities, such as speaker events, seminars, and social gatherings that increase one's professional knowledge of today's global issues. 9/15

Global Medical Training

President: Colin Kavanaugh (ckavanaugh@mail.bradley.edu)

BU Chapter of GMT shall serve as a conduit between GMT Int'l, the GMT members and the BU Community in general by coordinating annual global mission trips to Ctrl America. To provide training workshops to BU Students that will educate them on diseases and other health information. Raise global awareness, encourage local action & volunteerism in economically disadvantaged communities. 8/16

Golden Apple - Bradley University

President: Julia Bruynseels (bugoldenapple@gmail.com)

The Golden Apple Scholars of Illinois is a scholarship program that identifies talented high school seniors, as well as first and second-year college students who have the promise and drive to be excellent teachers in high-need schools. We prepare them for immediate and lasting success in the most challenging teaching environments. All Golden Apple Scholars receive tuition assistance of $2,500 per year for freshmen and sophomore years and $5,000 per year for junior and senior years, paid directly to the Scholar's undergraduate institution. Every Summer Institute (SI) you attend, you are paid $2,000 during the summer. 7/16

Golf Club

President: Ben Davison (bdavison@mail.bradley.edu)

It shall be the purpose of the Bradley Gold Club to organize golf outings, tournaments, and available training to all members. 8/16

Grappling Club

President: Nolan Gillies (ngillies@mail.bradley.edu)

11/15

Guitar Club

President: Nicholas Chovancek (nchovancek@mail.bradley.edu)

The purpose of the club shall be (a) to create a knowledgeable, functional, and self sufficient community of guitarists at Bradley University, (b) to foster learning and discussion regarding all aspects of guitar playing and performing, and (c) to promote and participate in musical performances both on campus and in the Peoria community. 9-15