Bryan joined the Office of Institutional Effectiveness in April 2013. He earned a master’s degree in business administration in December 2014 and has a bachelor’s degree in history. He is passionate both about research and about improving operational efficiency and effectiveness. His role with Institutional Effectiveness involves studying and teaching best practices in policy development, as well as editing and publishing all university-wide policies. Outside of work, Bryan operates a website devoted to football analytics and history, as well as writes articles for national publications. Chiefly, he cherishes spending time with his wife and daughter.