On June 13–15, more than 150 individuals gathered on the Hilltop to learn how to be effective and engaging leaders.
With one of the strongest academic profiles of any entering class in the last 30 years, the Class of 2017 is full of talent.
Bradley’s 2013 Fulbright winners include Dr. Cecile Arquette, Anna Treesara ’13, Nausheen Farishta ’11 and Julie Mohedano ’13.
This fall, Dr. Kyle Dzapo assumed a new role as director of the University’s Honors Program.
For the first time, the Graduate School hosted a separate expo to highlight the extraordinary research of its students.
A total of 1,012 degrees were conferred during last spring’s graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies.
David Markin ’53 HON ’06, who left a legacy that will enhance students’ Bradley Experience for decades to come, passed away May 30.
After completing an extremely successful first fundraising drive, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute received an additional $50,000 grant.
For the 15th consecutive year, The Princeton Review included Bradley in its listing of The Best 378 Colleges.