Adam has taught full-time at Seneca since 2004. He earned a Bachelor of Arts at Queen’s University and his teaching certification as well as a Master of Science (education) at D’Youville College. Although his passion as a student was Canadian history, Adam has taught a diverse range of courses at Seneca. He feels fortunate to work among the staff and faculty of the Liberal Arts program, where lately he has taught Canadian Social History and the History of Western Civilization. In 2015 Adam became the co-ordinator of the General Arts Program (GAP) at Seneca@York.