(Rolla)–Missouri University of Science and Technology alumnus Tim Bradley and his wife, Kay, have contributed 5-million dollars to Missouri S-and-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. Bradley graduated from Missouri S-and-T in 1977 with a bachelor of science degree in petroleum engineering. He began his career with Shell Oil Company in west Texas and held many positions with the company over the next 20 years, including manager of Shell’s enhanced oil recovery operations and president of Shell C-O-2, a joint venture between Shell and Kinder Morgan. When Shell sold its stake in 2000, Bradley became president of Kinder Morgan C-O-2. Under his leadership, the company grew into North America’s largest producer, transporter, and marketer of carbon dioxide, and the second-largest oil producer in Texas.