Iver E. Bradley, who served nearly four years as dean of the University of Utah Graduate School of Business and the College of Business, and retiring marketing professor Roy T. Shaw received 1988 Distinguished Services Awards Friday during the school's annual convocation in the Jon M. Huntsman Center.

Dean John W. Seybolt presented the awards.Bradley retired Oct. 1, 1987, after a 40-year career in education, including nearly four years as business dean. He is a former associate commissioner of higher education and during his tenure three microcomputer laboratories for student use and instruction were established and all offices in the college and the personal computers of faculty were connected to the college's computer system.

He also was instrumental in founding of the Garn Institute of Finance in the Department of Finance and in renaming the Department of Accounting the School of Accounting. Bradley was associate commissioner of budget and finance for the Utah System of Higher Education from 1978 until 1982.

Shaw had a major role in establishing the university's new Intermountain Program of Pacific Rim Relations, whose objective is to help integrate Utah's economy into the international marketplace by making Utah companies more effective exporters.

He has been a member of the U. faculty since 1957 and has been involved in several economic development programs.