Credentials: M.A. in Counseling Psychology
Position title: Administrative Associate Director
M.S. in Biotechnology Program (in-person)
M.S. in Applied Biotechnology (online)
Capstone Certificate in Applied Bioinformatics
School of Medicine and Public Health
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Phone: (608) 265-0773 office
(608) 577-9182 cell
M.S. in Biotechnology Program Office
MGE Innovation Center
505 South Rosa Rd, Suite 118
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Bryan Husk is the Assistant Director and leads daily operation of the program, as well as provides information technology support for the Master of Science in Biotechnology Program. Hired at the program’s launch in 2002, Bryan has years of experience working with students, staff and faculty to grow and develop the program. He is oversees new student recruitment, admissions, program marketing and communications including social media and industry outreach. He works to ensure the program provides continuous and timely support for any student, faculty, alumni and prospective student needs and requests.
Bryan also maintains the program’s web sites, internal databases, and classroom technologies. He also provides support to faculty and students by administering the program’s online courses and developing all online course content.
Prior to joining the Masters in Biotech Program, Bryan was a member of University Relations at Western Michigan University where he served as the school’s first University Web Manager. He was a leader in defining the visual identity and information architecture for the WMU homepage and many of its primary web sites. Bridging the gap between the news and communications office and the central information technology group, Bryan led initiatives at WMU that included e-commerce, online learning, streaming media and web usability.
Bryan has a M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Western Michigan University and a B.A. from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.