Davis Foulger

Summary Academic Curriculum Vita
Additional materials available at http://vita.davis.foulger.net

Personal

165 West End Ave #21P/R
New York, NY 10023

212-579-5826 (home)
914-299-0644 (office/cellular)

davis@foulger.info (personal)
davis@evolutionarymedia.com
(business)

Higher Education

Temple University Communication Ph.D.

1990

University of Wisconsin Communication Coursework
1978
University of Central Florida Communication M.A. 

1977

New College at Hofstra University Liberal Arts B.A.

1974

Academic Employment (see http://vita.davis.foulger.net/CoursesTaught.shtml for details)

    Location/Position   Courses Taught
2004-2009   Brooklyn College/CUNY.; Adjunct Associate Professor; Television and Radio/Speech Communication (two departments).   Media Criticism; Introduction to Mass Media; Industries, Institutions, and Audiences; Regulation of Media; Interpersonal Communication; Intercultural Communication; Techniques of Communication (hybrid Public Speaking)
2007-2008   Rowan University; Assistant Professor (3/4 Time); Communication Studies.   Communication Theory ; Interpersonal Communication ; Public Speaking (for Engineers)
2001-2003 & 2005-2006   Oswego State University/SUNY; Visiting Associate Professor, Communication Studies.   Interpersonal Communication; Mediated Interpersonal Communication; Intercultural Communication; Persuasion; Public Speaking; Small Group Communication; Advanced Interpersonal Communication; Organizational Communication; Communication Relationships and Communities; Communication and Social Cognition; Communication Ethics; Gateway to Business
2005   Montclair State University; Adjunct Professor, Speech Communication.   Public Speaking
2004   Adelphi University; Adjunct Professor, Communications   Media Criticism
1995   Marist College; Adjunct Professor, Communication.   Computer Mediated Communication Systems
1991   University of Utah; Visiting Professor, Communication.   Computer Mediated Communication Systems
1987-1989   IBM Systems Research Institute; Adjunct Professor.   Assembly Language Programming
1980-1981   University of Connecticut.; Assistant Professor, Communication.   Introduction to Communication; Interpersonal Communication; Mass Communication and Journalism

Non-Academic Employment (see http://resume.davis.foulger.net for additional detail):

2001-present Evolutionary Media.  Organizational media technology consulting, training, system design and development. User interface and computer industry product testing.
2004-2006 CCT Solutions. Providing technology use education to health professionals.
1999-2001 Empirix and Teradyne.  Conceived and built Internet performance testing software.
1983-1999 IBM Research Division.  Conceived, designed, and built a wide range of software and systems, including widely used end user software. Managed and operated several large scale computer mediated communication systems, including enterprise scale computer conferencing systems, telephone help desks, and electronic service and support systems. . Lead architect for IBM's billion dollar plus revenue business partner web site and portal.
1982-1983 Freelance writer, editor, and programmer. Customers included IBM, PC Magazine, Lifelines Magazine, and PC Reference.
1981-1982 International Resource Development. Editor/Journalist. Edited and wrote for biweekly industry newsletter: Electronic Mail and Message Systems.
1976-1980 Freelance statistical analyst. Customers included banks, individuals, and grant-based educational projects.

Significant Publications

Recent Papers (see http://davis.foulger.info/research for research program)

Honors/Service/etc (see http://resume.davis.foulger.net for industry accomplishments)