Paine College president given award

Monday, Oct. 5, 2009 12:05 PM
Last updated Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010 12:22 AM
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The president of Paine College, George Bradley, has been given the Alumni Achievement Award by the Iowa State University College of Human Sciences, a news release announced today.

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The award was started in 1992 to recognize alumni for meritoriuos services and/or distinguished achievements.

The release states that Dr. Bradley "has played an integral role in the development of historically black colleges and universities; during his first year as president, Bradley raised over $2 million for capital improvements to the college and continues to build upon the educational and cultural offerings of the school."

Dr. Bradley holds his Ph.D. from Iowa State University. He will be recognized in a university-wide ceremony on Oct. 17.

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Rozzie2003 10/05/09 - 04:10 pm
Kudos Dr. Bradley!!!!! Keep

Kudos Dr. Bradley!!!!! Keep up the good work. We are looking to you to lead Paine toward greatness. Hope you can continue to obtain more scholarship funds to attract outstanding students.Would like to see more students go into health care careers, since MCG is cross the street. A co-op program between MCG and Paine is needed.

UncleRemus 10/05/09 - 10:27 pm
Paine College's founders,

Paine College's founders, (former Confederate Soldiers), would be proud. A Rebel Yell for Dr. Bradley!

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