I am Brave
Nominations for 2016-2017 are open and be accepted until Study Day, December 7, 2016. Please review the following FAQ to learn more about the nomination process.
Here are some helpful tips to consider when writing a nomination:
- Use proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation. What you write will be identical to what is printed on the certificate.
- Use full sentences, no fragments.
- Describe a specific time that the nominee exemplified leadership skills on campus.
What is "I am Brave"?
"I am Brave" is a leadership recognition program for Bradley. The program recognizes student leaders who are the essential elements of the University community, including student employees, leaders in student organizations, resident assistants, students that excel in the classroom, and so on. Every year, students, faculty and staff are asked to nominate students who they feel display and utilize strong leadership skills that contribute to the campus and beyond.
Who can be nominated/who can nominate?
Anyone can nominate students. All Bradley students, undergraduate or graduate, are eligible as long as they are enrolled in the Fall and Winter semesters of the school year they are nominated. (Example: A student must be enrolled in Fall '16 and Winter '17 classes to be nominated in Fall '16 and recognized at the Leadership Reception in January 2017).
Can faculty or staff members be nominated?
The I am Brave leadership recognition campaign is for students only. Faculty and staff can be recognized through other award processes on campus.
Is there a limit to how many students you can nominate?
There is no limit to the number of students an individual can nominate. Nominators are encouraged to compose a meaningful description for each nomination. Note that nominated students must respond to the automated email upon receiving a nomination
How are nominated students recognized?
Nominated students will be recognized with an "I am Brave" shirt and certificate in the Michel Student Center Ballroom at the "I am Brave Leadership Reception" (reception date, Monday, February 6, 2017)