Bryan Adams

Assistant Director

Bryan is responsible for advising the Programming Council and BU Central, both of which bring energetic, fun, and fresh entertainment to the student body. He has worked in various roles at Student Activities, including stints as a graduate assistant for Greek life and later for BU Central, before joining the staff full-time as a coordinator of programs.

His primary interests involve student engagement, and how student involvement leads to a happier and more fulfilling college experience. Bryan is also interested in men’s issues within higher education related to mental health, involvement, and the decreasing number of men enrolling and completing college. He is also a dedicated sports fan, and is interested in how college athletics impacts finances and student life at American universities.

Bryan holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and history from the University of Maine, a master’s degree in educational psychology from the University of Southern Maine, and a master’s degree in higher education administration from Boston College.