Bradford graduated from A&M in 2015 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He was Vice-President of the Residence Hall Association, the Director of Development for the MSC, and helped raise funds to put on programs. Bradford served as the technology chair for the Lechner/McFadden Hall Council and was a Development Committee member of the Wiley Lecture Series. He won the Buck Weirus Spirit Award and was one of sixteen freshmen selected to represent A&M at University City in Doha, Qatar, last spring. Bradford attended graduate school at A&M and earned his Master’s in the mechatronics lab under Dr. Won-Jong Kim. He also worked for Dr. Sivakumar Rathinam, who researches control of unmanned vehicles.