PEORIA, ILLINOIS (June 25, 2020) Bradley University congratulates the more than 900 students who received their academic degrees in May.

Your local residents include:

Adrian McDevitt of Coal Valley (61240); Bachelor of Science; major: Computer Science Computer Game Technology.

Allie Hoffman of Moline (61265); Master of Arts; major: Nonprofit Leadership.

Danielle Coberly of Bettendorf (52722); Master of Science in Nursing; major: MSN Family Nurse Practitioner.

Emma Behymer of Davenport (52807); Bachelor of Science; major: Computer Science Computer Game Technology.

Haley Funk of East Moline (61244); Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Fine Arts; major: Psychology, BFA in Studio Art Painting.

Joseph Rapp of Bettendorf (52722); Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; major: Mechanical Engineering.

Kyle Birely of Davenport (52804); Bachelor of Science; major: Psychology.

Megan Medinger of East Moline (61244); Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering; major: Manufacturing Engineering.

Rebecca Rapps of Geneseo (61254); Bachelor of Science in Nursing; major: Nursing.

Taylor Wells of Davenport (52803); Bachelor of Arts; major: Music Business.

Bradley University is a top-ranked, private university in Peoria, Illinois, offering 5,400 undergraduate and graduate students the resources of a larger university and the personal attention of a smaller university. More than 185 academic programs are offered in business, communications, education, engineering, fine arts, health sciences, liberal arts and sciences, and technology.

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