Family & Consumer Sciences
The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences traces its roots to the founding of Bradley University, when Nellie Kedzie designed a home economics curriculum that blended theoretical teaching with hands-on learning.
Today, that educational philosophy still underpins the department, which was renamed to focus on the family as a consuming unit while preparing graduates to meet new and emerging challenges in the field.
College hosts Academic Achievement Ceremony
The College of Education and Health Sciences honored its students and faculty at annual awards ceremony.
Hospitality students serve up “Brave Chef” contest
Fresh Slice, a student-led hospitality group, host a cooking competition on campus modeled after the TV series “Iron Chef.”