Blue Ocean Faith Chaplain
Adam Reynolds first came to MIT as an undergraduate in 1997. He spent his days as an MIT student studying physics, rowing on the crew team and enjoying Greek life—giving little thought to God or spiritual pursuits, but now he is making up for lost time. You might say he transitioned from physics to "metaphysics" because Adam now serves as one of MIT's chaplains, championing spiritual health and emotional well-being. His favorite activities in that role are helping students to experience connection with God, encouraging discussions about the meaning of life and exploring synergies between science and spirituality.