Primary expertise is in research writing under tight deadlines.
Entrepreneurship, startups, technology, mobile tech, iPads, motorcycles, great food, golf, MLB, NFL, weightlifting, UFC,
Schyller's tenure at ASU provided the opportunity to learn from some of the most gifted minds in academia, including instructors with Ph.Ds in Finance from such revered institutions as The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania, as well as NYU and Berkeley-Haas. He also had the privilege to learn from instructors whose professional careers were as distinguished as their academic accolades, including CFAs and former UBS CEOs.
Schyller's experience also includes writing on various topics such as consumer credit reports, biographies of historical figures, analyses on classic literature, as well as providing professional writing services such as resume writing and entrance exam critiques.
Schyller's experience in the business sector includes analyses of the future of the hospitality sector, as well as of large, blue-chip corporations such as StarBucks and Wal-Mart. He has also written on the business practices of companies like Overstock.com, as well as having examined niche corporations such as DreamWorks.
Schyller's experience in the legal arena ranges from research in trademark infringement and mandatory minimum sentencing to the benefits/costs of electing jury trials vs. judge trials.
Schyller has written extensive critiques of a number of major motion picture films, including the works of acclaimed directors such as Robert Zemeckis, Quentin Tarantino, and Glenn Ficarra.
Projects include studies on the effects of water contamination from arsenic and chlorine, research into invasive species (specifically aquatic macrophytes), and other research on the detriment of carbon emissions on planet earth.
Schyller's experience in writing on education includes research into the cultural competency of instructors, the bully dilemma and approaches at mitigating its proliferation, and the benefits/costs of technological implementations in the classroom.
Schyller has also written on the field of nursing, specifically concerning the effects of nurse to patient ratios on nurse and patient satisfaction, incidence of patient injuries, and medical errors. He has also written on the implications of advance directives.
Schyller's experience in the health sector relates to research in the recent trend towards bare-foot running, or shoes that mimic the mechanics of bare-foot running.
Schyller's blog experience comprises work in the area of consumer goods as well as mobile marketing, integrating links and keywords into the material to increase page hits and advertising revenue.