Bradley in the News
LaHood: "U.S. is one big pothole"
By Denise Molina
Republican Ray LaHood spoke to an economics class Thursday at Bradley University on how building a strong infrastructure can boost the U.S. economy.
Former U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Ray Lahood Speaks at Bradley
Former Congressman and US Secretary of Transportation, Ray LaHood, talked to students at his alma mater about his career.
Ray LaHood returns to Bradley to speak to students
Ray LaHood, Class of 1971, talked about wanting to do some teaching when he stepped down as U.S. Transportation Secretary.
Bradley student helps disabled people in Israeli-Hamas conflict
By Eugene Daniel
Student Abby Baron just started her internship at the center for the blind in Tel-Aviv when war broke out.
Peoria: A Global Community
By Angela Weck
Adjunct Instructor Angela Weck shares insight into Peoria’s indisputable global footprint and why it's critical.
Time to be Proactive with Free Trade Agreements
By Beatrice Ramirez- SBDC International Trade Center at Bradley University
The reduction of trade barriers makes it easier for U.S. companies to export to foreign markets
A World of Opportunity
By Jan Wright
Bradley is recognized as an asset to our region's international presence
By James Ryan
iBi InterBusiness Issues
James Ryan, international trade specialist at the Illinois Small Business Development Center at Bradley University talks about exporting
Where are the female antiheroines on TV?
By Virginia Rohan
The Record: northjersey.com
Dr. Stacey Robertson weighs in on why there are no women on prime time who portray evil characters like Walter White or Tony Soprano
Grammy Nominee To Perform At Bradley
Wiz Khalifa will perform in concert on Friday night November 14th at Bradley's Renaissance Coliseum. Tickets go on sale to Bradley students on Monday September 29th, at $10. The general public can buy tickets beginning October 6th, at $30 a piece.
Employers come to Bradley
Finding a job as a college grad can have its difficulties, but today, Bradley University hosted its Fall Career Fair to give students a leg up.
Bright Side: Bradley hosts small business expo
Some small business owners got a leg up on the competition as the Turner Center for Entrepreneurship at Bradley University held a free small business resource expo.
Bradley baseball career helped new Peoria Police Chief hone his work ethic
Peoria Journal Star
Commitment helped Jerry Mitchell earn an athletic scholarship Bradley and it also appeared to help him earn a promotion to Peoria police chief.
BU student group display flags for September 11th
On Wednesday night, a group of students at Bradley University showed they still remember.
Researcher: The Shoppes at Grand Prairie has been an economic success for Peoria.
By Steve Tarter
The Shoppes at Grand Prairie development has been good for business -- and the city of Peoria, noted a Bradley University researcher.
Education students at Bradley University get a unique opportunity
By Katherine Tellez
Education majors at Bradley University will have a leg up when they graduate. The University is revising the curriculum for all education majors, to better prepare students for what the workforce is looking for.
Bradley helps transition International Students
Adjusting to university life is a feat in itself, but if you're an international student it can be even more so. That's why Bradley University is making an effort to make foreign students feel at home.
Taste of Bradley Lets Students Sample Local Cuisine
The 90 degree heat didn’t keep 3,000 students from sampling different dishes at the Taste of Bradley.
Bradley Move in Day 2014
Students at Bradley University began the big move back to school today.
Bradley students move in for fall semester
Saturday was the big move in day for Bradley University students. Starting at 8am, more than a thousand students and their families flooded campus town. It is one of the busiest days of the year at Bradley University.
Bradley Welcomes Class Of 2018
1470 WMBD AM
"It's another move-in day filled with excitement, energy and optimism here on The Hilltop", said Bradley University President Joanne Glasser as we caught up with her outside University Hall Saturday morning.
BU officials, police and state prepare for big move-in day
Traffic Changes for Bradley Move-In
There will be changes in traffic pattern and parking this weekend as students return to campus
The Best 379 Colleges
Bradley University is one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review.
Bradley & Forbes Social Media Campaign
By Meg Marshall
WMBD Living Well
Bradley Spokesperson Renee Charles talks about the Forbes social media campaign #MyTopCollege
Congressman Schock Discusses Full Service Community Schools
Congressman Aaron Schock discusses the success of full service community schools in Peoria, the result of a collaboration with Bradley University and other partners.
Dr. Craig Cady Talks Stem Cell Research
1470 WMBD Greg & Dan Show
Associate Professor Dr. Cady talks about stem cell research and where his research at Bradley University is headed next
It’s electric: Getting started with e-transcripts
By Nancy Mann Jackson
E-transcripts require less staff time and ensure better results
Financial Aid Basics: What You Need to Know
By Alexandra Rice
David Pardieck, Executive Director of Financial Assistance at Bradley University, talks about financial aid and the tools to break down the application process and make the best decisions.
Engineering Camp is an Eye Opener
Bradley teams up with several companies to host it's 10th annual materials camp. It offers high school students a chance to learn more about material science engineering.
Central Illinois students learn materials science at BU camp
By Daniela Vidal
The ninth annual materials camp gives high school juniors and seniors interested in engineering hands-on experiences to learn more about materials science.
By Eric Lipsky
Schools.com "Pep Rally"
Kevin Finson, co-director of the Bradley STEM center discusses how educators can make science more accessible for students with disabilities, how young students perceive scientists and the benefits to having diversity in the scientific community.
Danjuma, Fashola, Adebanjo to grace Dare book launch
City Voice, Lagos
A new book will be presented on Thursday, July 17 to mark the 70th birthday of leading newspaper columnist, Bradley University journalism professor and former Chair and Editorial Page Editor of The Guardian, Olatunji Dare.
Mobile cable-free charging the aim of BU students
By Tanya Koonce
A group of Bradley students is working on a project that may allow cell phone users to cut the final cord.
Why Build New University Buildings When You Can Renovate Them?
By Lidia Berger
By Ben Dwyer
You may have heard of 3D printers already because they're increasingly changing how all kinds of things are made, a real Industrial Revolution. The technology is playing right here in Peoria and at Bradley University.
That term-limits ballot question comes with a potentially big bonus for the winner of this fall's gubernatorial race. And I don't think it's a good idea
By ERIC ZORN
Bradley University political scientist Josh M. Ryan weighs in on term limits for Illinois politicians
Carl Sandburg's economic times and ours
By Kevin Stein
A century following the 1913 publication of his landmark "Chicago Poems," Sandburg stands as one American writer who arguably got right his poetics and his economics.
Roundup Top 10
History News Network
Dr. Stacey Robertson's blog is named among the top 10 according to the History News Network.
Cat CEO Doug Oberhelman touts immigration, infrastructure
By Steve Tarter
Peoria Journal Star
Caterpillar's chairman opened the 26th annual I-CAT event touting the importance of immigration reform and investment in infrastructure. Bradley University's Dr. Amir Al-Khafaji is the conference founder and chairman.
Transportation conference includes Washington recovery lessons
By Alex Rusciano
The annual I-CAT Conference is happening this week in East Peoria. The city of Washington's recovery was topic of discussion for one speaker.
In Women’s Final Four, Jousting Before the First Jump Ball
By Harvey Araton
New York Times
Looking back at “Courting Success: Muffet McGraw’s Formula for Winning — in Sports and in Life, co-authored by Bradley University's Dr. Paul Gullifor, as she prepares for the Final Four
College students head to the Olympics with NBC
By Haley Goldberg
NBC selected students from Bradley University, Ithaca College and Syracuse University to work as interns in Sochi and Stamford, Conn. — the site of an NBC broadcast and production facility — for the Winter Games.
Contempo opens new year with bracing variety from eighth blackbird
By By Elliot Mandel
Chicago Classical Review
Bradley's own internationally renowned composer and pianist, John Orfe's new work is reviewed in the Chicago press
BUPD Chief Brian Joschko talks about security during a crisis
1470 WMBD The Greg and Dan Show
In the wake of the campus shooting at Purdue University, Bradley Police Chief Brian Joschko talks about the University's security plans and how to handle a campus crisis
Zimmer's parents have supported him through thick and thin
By PATRICK REUSSE
New MN Vikings head coach is the son of Bradley grad and former asst coach Bill Zimmer, '53 & '57.
Bradley University student wins cameo in new Heisman House spot
By Ana Livia Coelho
Megan Gorecki, a sports communications student, is featured in the latest ESPN Heisman House ad
Bradley Offers Special Scholarships for Local Educators
By Maria Chandler
Bradley offers a Professional Educators Scholarship for local educators to obtain advanced degrees at a discounted rate of tuition