Doctorate of Education, Higher Education Administration; New England College, May 2016
Master of Education, Higher Education Administration; Northeastern University, December 2007
Bachelor of Arts, History; Merrimack College, May 2004
Bo Zaryckyj currently serves as the Director of Student Conduct & Deputy Title IX Coordinator at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. In Bo’s current position he oversees all aspects of the student conduct process, serves as a member of the Behavioral Intervention Team, and serves as Deputy Title IX Coordinator, where he oversees and/or facilitates investigations into all alleged violations of sexual misconduct where a student is the respondent.
Before becoming a chief student conduct officer, at Springfield College and at the UMass Lowell, Bo worked professionally in residence life for five years as hall director and in mid-level management. At both institutions, where Bo worked in student conduct full time, he created student conduct offices from the ground floor. This included expansive code of conduct revisions, advocating for resources, supervising graduate and professional staff, implementing new software, etc. Additionally, Bo serves as an adjunct faculty member in the UMass Lowell College of Education, where he teaches Leadership, Law & Policy and Ethics and Decision Making in Higher Education. Bo has served the Association of Student Conduct Administrators in regional and national capacities. This includes Circuit I Rep, MA State Rep, East Region Chair, led several initiatives for the Title IX COP, Gehring Faculty Fellow, 2016 Sexual Misconduct Curriculum Development Team, etc.