B.A., UC Davis, M.B.A., San Francisco State University
Mr. Fuller is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Communication at the University of California, Santa Barbara and a research associate at the Carsey-Wolf Center. His research interests broadly focus on media industries, organizational change, and conflict management. He has conducted several research projects that relate to media industry workers; some recent examples include the 2007-2008 writers’ strike and the 2011 AOL-Huffington Post merger. As a teaching assistant, he is a member of UAW 2865, a union that represents student workers at UC’s nine teaching campuses. His professional memberships include the International Communication Association (ICA), International Association of Conflict Management (IACM), National Communication Association (NCA), and United Association for Labor Educators (UALE).
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Adjunct Instructor, UC Santa Barbara Extension
Statistical Analysis for Communication (COMM 87 with Dr. Rene Weber). Introductory course covering statistical methods for communication researchers and professionals. Course topics included basics of measurement, descriptive statistics, probability and probability distributions, sampling methods and sampling distributions, estimation and confidence intervals, testing parameters, specific significance tests, linear regression and correlations, and critical perspectives on statistics. Led 3 discussion sections of 25 students each, including computer lab teaching students how to use statistical program “R” and RCMDR. Graded course assignments and facilitated examinations.