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2011 Archives



  • Breakout success
    Entire inaugural class of dietetic interns passes dietetic registration exam on first try.
  • Looking through Lincoln
    Dr. Jackie Hogan’s new book reveals what our love of Lincoln says about us.
  • Onward
    Laura Weidner ’11 is teaching at a bilingual high school in Spain.
  • Works “In Progress”
    Hartmann Center art exhibit showcases milestones along graduate school journey.
  • Onward
    Justine Harris ’11 is communications manager for pro golfer Annika Sorenstam’s children's charity.
  • Taking time to give back
    Service on Saturday program provides students convenient, fun volunteer opportunities.
  • A matter of time and place
    iPad campus tour based on student research.
  • Touching up “Mr. Cub”
    Statue of Chicago Cubs great Ernie Banks gets a makeover at Bradley.
  • Onward
    Aramis Hamer ’11 is focusing on the “Big Picture” to provide top-quality patient care.
  • Framing the farm bill
    Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack explains global impact of new legislation.
  • English Majors: The news is good
    Dr. Robert Prescott makes a strong case for the English major.
  • Onward
    Matthew Stein ’11 visits campuses across the country as a leadership consultant.




  • Growing STEM Scholars
    Comprehensive support network keeps students on the path to success.
  • Critiquing citizen journalism
    Mark Hemmer '11 and Dr. Sara Netzley present collaborative research at national symposium.
  • 15 pounds of knowledge
    Freshman Convocation kicks off academic year with inspirational messages.
  • Finer dining
    Newly renovated and expanded Geisert Hall cafeteria broadens mealtime options.
  • Welcome, Class of 2015!
    Campus comes alive with round-the-clock Welcome Week activities.
  • Working vacations
    Kristen Steiner MBA ’12 spent the summer fighting wildfires in Montana and New Mexico.
  • Home suite home
    Main Street Commons brings affordable luxury living to the Hilltop.
  • A king is crowned
    Jeff Mauro '00, "Sandwich King," wins own Food Network cooking show.
  • BEST practice
    Building Excellent Scientists for Tomorrow puts high school students to work in area research labs.
  • Working vacations
    Abigail House ’11 is interning for the National Association of Music Merchants.
  • A thirst for learning
    World of Wonder youth learning program inspires entrepreneurial spirit.
  • Working vacations
    The National Science Foundation is funding Stephanie Andel’s ’12 summer research.
  • Survey says, "Best."
    Bradley University rates again among the country’s best colleges by The Princeton Review.


  • Working vacations
    Josh Koebert ’12 is director of broadcasting and media relations for the Sanford Mainers.
  • Working vacations
    Paul Bennett ’12 is getting hands-on training at Premier Healthcare Physical Therapy Service.
  • Copper finish
    Watch the new dome being installed on Westlake Hall’s clock tower.
  • Marketplace ready
    Executive MBA program focuses on real-world business problems.
  • Olympic gold
    Ten Bradley University students chosen for NBC Olympic internships.
  • Working vacations
    Andrew Kerr ’11 is adding up career experience at a Big Four audit firm.
  • From Truffles to Trust
    Dr. Jennifer Robin's book defines the building blocks of "The Great Workplace."
  • Working vacations
    Thomas Aguilar ’12 plays in an ‘industrial symphony’ at John Deere Harvester Works.
  • A show of service
    Nicholas Swiatkowski ’12 was on Illinois River patrol for Peoria’s July Fourth celebration.
  • A major golfer
    Bradley two-time MVP Todd Camplin ’96 to compete in PGA Championship.







  • Winter weather preparations
    Get information about campus closures and plans in the event of severe weather.
  • Onward
    Ben Koch '10 took a chance to change the world in the Las Vegas valley.
  • Interactive Rock Show
    Late Night BU features student-driven show.
  • A town atones
    German school named for Holocaust survivor and Bradley alumna Marion Blumenthal Lazan.
  • Onward
    From downtown Chicago, Andrew Kistner ’10 fosters business nationwide.
  • Leno’s lot
    Mechanical engineering students accept invitation to Jay Leno’s garage.
  • Networking with the stars
    Communications students meet entertainment industry pros in Los Angeles.
  • Hollywood Ending
    Gala reception tops off L.A. experience for students and faculty, reconnects alumni with Bradley.
  • Inside Washington
    Student leaders spend January Interim talking politics in Washington, D.C.
  • Onward
    Melissa Hoffman ‘10 uncovers the truth about law school.
  • “Pipe Dream”
    Alum Adam Cohen’s reality series premieres on Golf Channel.
  • Patently successful
    Engineering professor’s path to a patent provides many lessons for students.
  • Onward
    Marlon Washington '10 gets down to the business of acting.
  • January Interim in London
    Kristen Anthony '11 gives a look into her January Interim trip to London.
  • January Interim in Egypt/Jordan
    Sarah Garfinkel ‘11 shares her January Interim experience in Egypt & Jordan.