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  • Two Bradley Faculty Members Set to Perform
    Bradley faculty members Dr. David Cyzak and Professor Austin Seybert will present a concert featuring works for the oboe and trombone on Sunday, February 4 at 3 p.m. in the Dingeldine Music Center.
  • Nursing White Coat Ceremony
    The Bradley University Department of Nursing will be hosting its fourth annual White Coat Ceremony for sophomore nursing students on Friday, February 2 at 3 p.m. in the Michel Student Center Ballroom on campus.
  • McCord Lecture, "A Purpose Driven Journey" by Shannon Schuyler
    In this lecture, Shannon Schuyler will describe a business strategy that is constantly striving to infuse purpose by elevating the global conversation on building trust, collaboration and acting with intention and meaning.
  • Challenge on 74 Blood Drive
    The annual Challenge on 74 blood donation competition between Bradley and ISU gets underway January 23. The school that collects the highest percentage of its three-day goal secures all-important bragging rights for the year.
  • Anti Racist Trainer Discusses U.S. History of Racism
    David Billings has spent four decades traveling the country as an antiracist trainer and now brings his message to Bradley University. The former ordained Methodist minister and race historian will discuss his new book “Deep Denial, The persistence of white supremacy in the United States history and life.”
  • How Japanese Culture and the Geopolitics of East Asia Impact Our World
    The Peoria Area World Affairs Council will present, “Japanese Culture and the Geopolitics of East Asia,” with Aaron Hoover on Thursday, January 25.
  • Bradley Students Remain a Top Pick for Olympic Internship Program
    For the fourth consecutive time, Bradley University students are part of a select group chosen to do production work for the Olympics. A total of 12 students are set to play a key role in the 2018 PyeongChang Games.
  • Change Your Brain, Change Your Life: Understanding Trauma
    Bradley University announces the third annual Super Brain Summit spearheaded by long-time Professor, Dr. Lori Russell-Chapin.
  • SAT and ACT Review Classes
    Bradley University will offer SAT and ACT review classes on Tuesday evenings February 6 through March 6.