Darrell Radson

Dean, Foster College of Business

Baker Hall 123A
(309) 677-2255
radson@bradley.edu

PhD in Industrial and Operations Engineering, 1990, University of Michigan
MS in Industrial and Operations Engineering, 1986, University of Michigan
MA in Statistics, 1984, University of Michigan
MA in Political Science, 1984, University of Michigan
BA, Political Science, 1979, Northwestern University

Biography

Dr. Radson was appointed Dean of the Foster College of Business in 2012. Prior to his appointment at Bradley University, Dr. Radson served as Dean of the School of Business and Economics at Michigan Technological University and in administrative and faculty positions at Drexel University, John Carroll University, and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His published research is in the area of statistical methods for quality improvement and he has received teaching awards at two universities. He received his PhD in Industrial and Operations Engineering at the University of Michigan.

Teaching

  •     Statistical Methods
  •     Statistical Quality Control
  •     Quality Management
  •     Data Analysis

Scholarship

  •     Statistical Quality Control
  •     Quality Management
  •     Statistical Analysis of Rates
  •     Statistical Measures of Worker Health and Safety

Faculty Development Activities

  • Peer Review Team Member, AACSB, 2015
  • Peer Review Team Member, AACSB, 2013
  • Peer Review Team Member, AACSB, 2012

 Selected Articles

Radson, D., McCullough, B. D. (2011). Analyzing Student Evaluations of Teaching: Comparing Means and Proportions. Evaluation and Research in Education [Published: 2011]

Service

Consulting

  •  National and international firms, 1995 - Present

Corporate and Organizational Board Memberships

  • Board Member, Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce, 2014 - Present
  • Board Member, Superior Innovations, 2010 - 2012