Bradley in the News
Bradley University Looking to Help Local Small Business Owners through Workshop
The Illinois Small Business Development Center at Bradley University is hoping to help shop owners at its free online workshop.
Farewell and Thank You, Larry King, a Man from an Era of More Civil, Respectful and Insightful Journalism
Over the weekend, the world said farewell to Larry King, a legendary television and radio host and a Bradley honorary degree holder.
LETTER: Supporting McMillan for Council
In a letter to the editor of The Pantagraph, Michael Doherty of Normal explains why he believes Brad McMillan, the director for Principled Leadership at Bradley, is an excellent candidate for the Normal Town Council election.
I Saw the World on Cruise Ships
High school didn't serve up much adventure, so Dr. Devin Murphy, an associate professor of creative writing at Bradley, signed up to do grunt work on expedition ships. He used that experience to serve as his inspiration for his writing career.
Gifts Strengthen Technology Commercialization Services at BU
Thanks to generous gifts from local entrepreneurs, Bradley University reinforces its focus on the commercialization and innovation of technology.
Peorians Celebrate Martin Luther King with Vehicle Parade/Service
The upcoming MLK parade will line up at 1:30 p.m. at the Romeo B. Garrett Center, at 824 N. Dureya. It will leave the Bradley University campus at 2 p.m.
Keeping the Dream Alive Not Just on Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Cars lined up in front of Bradley's Romeo B. Garrett Cultural Center and paraded 2.5 miles through West Peoria for the annual MLK Freedom March.
35th Annual Freedom March Goes Forward, with Changes
This year's Freedom March was changed to a parade with dozens of cars traveling several streets from Bradley University to Manual Academy.
Gift Will Enhance Technology Commercialization Services at B.U.
Canton Daily Ledger
A $75,000 gift from Dr. Aaron Rossi will help Bradley to hire a full-time employee to support technology commercialization services in the Turner Center for Entrepreneurship.
Peoria to Honor MLK Day with Virtual Celebration, Car Parade
Peorians hit the streets for the 35th annual MLK march and service. Starting at Bradley's Romeo B. Garrett Center, the group opted for a car parade this year to remain COVID-friendly.
'Her Empowered Voice' Tackles Lake County Infant Mortality Through Public Awareness Campaign
The Northwest Indiana Times
Alexis Brown, a senior public relations student at Bradley, is working to empower young black women in Lake County with the tools needed to take charge of their health care.
KyCAD announces appointment of newest board member
The Lane Report
Rick W. Smith Sr., a doctoral candidate enrolled in Bradley's higher education leadership program, recently became a board member of the Kentucky College of Art + Design.
Paycheck Protection Program Now Available for Struggling Businesses Amidst the Pandemic
The Illinois Small Business Development Center at Bradley helps explain the latest news with the Paycheck Protection Program for struggling businesses.
Bradley Student Wins Prestigious Prize for Bridging Gaps in Health Care
Recently interviewed by the Chicago Tribune, one Bradley University senior is turning heads and winning awards as she bridges gaps in her Indiana community.
Chicago Heights Student Takes Part in Intensive Business Seminar
Jim Foley, the director of the Turner Center for Entrepreneurship at Bradley, recently lead a business seminar. The seminar introduces students to the business world and helps them recognize that business has an impact on a wide range of careers.
Compare Car Insurance Quotes & Rates for 2021
Dr. Amit Sinha, a professor of finance and quantitative methods at Bradley, explains how often drivers should get new car insurance quotes, what major factors they should consider and more.
Car Insurance Online: Which Companies Have Instant Quotes?
Dr. Amit Sinha, a professor of finance and quantitative methods at Bradley, explains how consumers can safely shop for car insurance online.
Q&A: Robot Developed at Bradley Could Revolutionize Room Sanitizing
Peoria Public Radio
Dr. Suruz Miah, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at Bradley, is developing a robot that could revolutionize room sanitizing.