Christine Foster

Lecturer, Communication Studies

Christine Foster joined the faculty of the Fairleigh Dickinson University in fall of 2015, but brings 19 years of experience teaching at the collegiate level, having taught at Ramapo College of New Jersey, William Paterson University, Montclair State University, Thomas Edison State College, and Bergen Community College as both an adjunct and a full time faculty member.

Her under-graduate degree is a B.A. in Contemporary Arts from Ramapo College of New Jersey, and her Masters is an M.A. in Communication Arts from William Paterson University of New Jersey. She has completed all the coursework for a doctoral degree with a concentration in Organizational Behavior from Union Institute & University. Her focused studies included organizational communication, leadership, and conflict management/resolution, and her research interest is in post-Jungian film analysis. Foster is also the advisor for the newly formed "Children of Gallifrey" club on campus.

Courses taught include: organizational communication, leadership, interpersonal communication, mass media, popular culture, media writing, and public speaking.

In addition Foster has a background in technology-assisted learning, including experience as an instructional designer, and is a Quality Matters© Master reviewer, reviewing online courses nation-wide to determine if they meet recognized standards of excellence in online education.

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