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Missouri S&T alumnus Tim Bradley and his wife, Kay, have contributed $5 million to Missouri S&T in support of an Arrival District that will create a new “front door” for the university. Their gift will support the reconfiguration of University Drive from U.S. Interstate 44 to campus and name it Bradley Way.
The retired president of Houston-based Kinder Morgan CO2 Co., Bradley earned a bachelor of science degree in petroleum engineering from Missouri S&T in 1977.
“We are deeply grateful to Tim and Kay for this vote of confidence in Missouri S&T and our future,” says S&T Chancellor Mo Dehghani. “The Bradleys have been strong supporters of scholarships, our petroleum engineering program and Kappa Alpha fraternity for many years. Now they have stepped forward as the first donors to support a major project that will give our university, the Rolla community and visitors to our campus a true front door to S&T.”