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Summer 2009 • Volume 15, Issue 3  

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Promising enrollment for fall | High graduation rate | MBA students place first — again | Getting down to business | Fulbright prof in Romania | “Most promising find of 1952” | Coach Orsborn honored | Building leaders | Blagojevich impeachment | Student impressions of India | Academic hall of famers | Top tour guide | Biotech fellowships | Slideshows and Video: CHRIS ROBERTS ’10 75-foot bank shot video; Undergraduate commencement; Graduate commencement; Air Force commissioning story and video; NCAA softball tournament; Team Bradley, Peoria’s Race for the Cure; A Celebration of Bradley University: St. Louis and Washington, D.C.; Bradley rocket engineering camp

 

Five named to academic hall of fame

Phi Kappa Phi has named five students to its academic hall of fame: ELIZABETH BLOODWORTH ’09, a history and communication (journalism) major; MARTHA FRANQUEMONT ’09, a political science and economics major; VALERIE HUBER ’09, an international studies and music major; TERESE KREIFELS ’09, a chemistry major; and DANIEL SHORE ’09, a psychology and communication (electronic media) major. Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest honor society.

ELIZABETH BLOODWORTH ’09

Bloodworth

MARTHA FRANQUEMONT ’09

Franquemont

VALERIE HUBER ’09

Huber

TERESE KREIFELS ’09

Kreifels

DANIEL SHORE ’09

Shore

 

Promising enrollment for fall | High graduation rate | MBA students place first — again | Getting down to business | Fulbright prof in Romania | “Most promising find of 1952” | Coach Orsborn honored | Building leaders | Blagojevich impeachment | Student impressions of India | Academic hall of famers | Top tour guide | Biotech fellowships | Slideshows and Video: CHRIS ROBERTS ’10 75-foot bank shot video; Undergraduate commencement; Graduate commencement; Air Force commissioning story and video; NCAA softball tournament; Team Bradley, Peoria’s Race for the Cure; A Celebration of Bradley University: St. Louis and Washington, D.C.; Bradley rocket engineering camp