College News

Senator Durbin Visits Bradley for Funding Announcement

Senator Dick Durbin joined Bradley President Stephen Standifird and other distinguished guests on campus to announce the recent passage of the fiscal year 2022 appropriations bill.

Bradley Doing Its Part to Aid Future and Current Nurse Practitioners

Geared toward meeting the needs of nurse practitioner (NP) students and practicing NPs, Bradley is hosting a nurse practitioner skills workshop in May.

Bradley Supports Those Suffering from Eating Disorders Through Annual Fundraising Walk

Bradley is making efforts to support those who have been affected by an eating disorder and raise awareness through its annual National Eating Disorders Association Walk.

Bradley Launches Online Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner Programs

Bradley will soon launch new advanced practice nursing degree tracks to prepare registered nurses to become adult-gerontology nurse practitioners.

Putting in the Work While at Work: Pursuing a Late-Career Doctorate

A deep passion for improving higher education brings this senior administrator back to school.

Want to See How Someone's Brain Works?

Bradley University is set to host its 6th Annual Super Brain Summit.

Aiming High – Taking to the Skies as an Air Force Flight Nurse

Hannah Pavlisin ’18 takes her nursing career to the skies, serving as an aeromedical evacuation specialist for the Air Force.

Fresh, Affordable, Healthy: Bradley’s Mini Farmers’ Market

Tired of instant noodles and chips? Affordable fresh fruits and vegetables are now available on campus.

Eating Insects Could Be the Next Food Craze to Hit Your Plate

The sustainable protein source could become key to future food production.

Bradley's Online Family Nurse Practitioner Program Ranks Top Five in the Nation

Nurse Practitioner Online recently ranked Bradley's online family nurse practitioner program as one of the best in the nation this year.

Kaboom! Poses as "Rosie the Riveter" to Encourage COVID-19 Vaccinations

Bradley nursing students are using their knowledge and skills to encourage their classmates to get vaccinated with their dual-purpose campaign, “Bradley Pride for Vaccination.”