Programs for Professionals
April 8-9, 2014
A national conference that networks business executives, policymakers, and scholars, ICAT is intended to build business alliances, align and leverage new partnerships, help secure new funding sources, and turn risk into opportunity.
March 19 - 21, 2014
Plan to attend this conference to keep pace with the rapid developments in the theory, application, and practice of mathematical finance, financial engineering, computational finance, and quantitative finance. Our venue is Coral Gables, Florida!
Midwest Protozoology Society Meeting
April 27, 2013
Bradley University is host to the 2013 Midwest Protozoology Society Meeting, a one-day meeting dedicated to protozoology research throughout the region. The meeting is open to principal investigators, postdocs, graduate and undergraduate students, and related staff studying protozoa in an academic or non-academic setting. Undergraduate researchers in particular are encouraged to attend.
Returning Civility to Public Discourse
April 26, 2013
In this half-day symposium, students, faculty, and the community will have the opportunity to hear from top national, state, and regional speakers on the critical need to restore civility in the public service arena. We simply will not move America, Illinois, or our region in a more positive direction unless we figure out ways to constructively communicate, find common ground, and come up with bipartisan solutions.
September 28, 2013
Bradley University is pleased to host a chemistry education workshop for chemistry educators in central Illinois. Join us for a day of sharing chemistry education strategies through discussions, posters, and demonstrations.
Using the DSM-5® for Diagnosis and Treatment
June 7, 2013
This informative workshop will prepare all helping professionals to transition to using the new diagnostic system of DSM-5® in the practice of mental health treatment. Please join us for an interactive and instructive day that will prepare you for making the transition to using DSM-5® in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness.
June 17 - August 16, 2013
The College of Engineering and Technology is pleased to provide electrical engineering graduate courses to our students who live away from our campus, or who find it difficult to attend classes during the day. To assist our students, we deliver classes largely on DVDs or on the web and supplement them with handouts, homework, tests, and instructor interaction.
Executive Development Center
Additional programs for professionals are offered through the Executive Development Center in the Foster College of Business Administration.