Essay writing, literary theory, social media, business correspondence, summaries, writing pedagogy, puns, imagery, catchy titles
Languages, travel, all things Italy, politics, philosophy, home improvement, movies, television, cooking, baseball, soccer, tennis, hiking, skiing
After entering college as a pre-med biochemistry major, Bryan reaffirmed his love of liberal arts and languages when he enrolled in another Italian course. From there it was smooth sailing to a full-immersion study abroad experience at the University of Florence in Italy during the Spring 2002 semester, an unforgettable experience that led to linguistic fluency.
Georgetown University offered an outstanding course of studies to obtain a B.A. in the College of Arts and Sciences. Bryan enjoyed a variety of disciplines from intro philosophy and theology classes to more intensive coursework for both of his majors.
Bryan has completed all coursework and exams leading up to the award of Ph.D. Completion of the doctoral dissertation remains, and Bryan has decided to put this pursuit on hold as he explores his opportunities and heads in a new professional direction.
Bryan has completed numerous term papers for courses with topics ranging from literature, literary theory, cultural studies, psychology, history, and linguistics.
Once again, in reference to his regrettably under-utilized blog, Bryan has contributed occasional humorous insights and jabs in response to a few popular TV shows, political issues, and (typically unnerving) personal situations.
On his regrettably under-utilized blog Bryan has contributed occasional original commentary in response to a few popular TV shows and specific episodes.
Bryan has maintained his own personal Facebook page with at least one original posting each day. While these are often delivered as whims or spontaneous utterances, he does attempt to weave together humorous insights that alternate between irony and absurdity, sarcasm and playfulness.
In lieu of a journal, Bryan has attempted - and mostly ignored - a personal accounting of observations, frustrations, insights, and insanity from the world around him.
In one of his roles as a faculty member, Bryan was responsible for submitting an annual report according to pre-determined guidelines and that provided a narrative about that year's achievements.