Hyll Founder and
Adam Muri-Rosenthal is a former academic dean and scholar of Italian Studies with a special interest in documentary cinema and the history of Italian cinema. His most recent position was as Associate Dean of Students at Loyola University Chicago’s Center in Rome, Italy, prior to which he worked for five years as the academic dean of one of Harvard’s largest undergraduate residential communities. He has extensive experience in academic advising and guiding students towards the successful completion of their degrees, whether in assisting them in their writing, working with them to improve their performance, or guiding them through the process of addressing allegations of college policy or honor code violations. He holds a BA from Vassar College, an MA from Middlebury College Language Schools, and an AM and PhD from Harvard University. As a Teaching Assistant at Harvard he taught Italian language for five years. He also worked as a lecturer in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures where he taught courses in Italian cinema.