College News

Powerful Leadership: Serving Her City’s Seniors One Meal at a Time

After a career in the corporate world, this Bradley alumna brought her vision to lead a major Atlanta nonprofit through some of its toughest challenges in recent years.

Ms. Hampton Goes to Washington

A summer internship as a congressional staffer teaches this political science major how the legislative process really works.

Bradley University Professor Named Inventor of the Year

Research Professor Luke Haverhals honored for creating a new, sustainable technology.

Did You Hear That? A Study into How Brains Perceive Music

An innovative study seeks answers to why we hear vocals in music when they’re not actually there.

LAS Awards Ceremony

Bradley’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences announces its Spring Semester 2022 awards for outstanding students.

Playing Mind Games: How to Make Your Future a Little More Comfortable

An honors research project seeks to make virtual reality experiences more pleasant for users, who often suffer from virtual motion sickness.

Celebrating African American History with a French Perspective

French language students mark Black History Month with a poster exhibit showcasing the contribution of major African American figures in the francophone world.

Award-Winning Poet to Give Reading at Bradley

The award-winning poet and renowned author Kevin Prufer will visit Bradley for a special poetry reading this month.

Learning a Language is More Than About Words

Class for heritage speakers aims to build on existing skills to encompass informal and formal types of language.

Bradley Recognized as Leader in Advancing Green Chemistry and Sustainability

Bradley receives recognition for its green chemistry work with Beyond Benign.