- About Me
Nathan Carr Fullerton
Nathan Carr Fullerton is from Fullerton, California, USA. He has good command over four languages: English, Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin), and Russian. Professor enjoys teaching, photography, traveling, reading novels, and listening to music.
Nathan Carr Fullerton did Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Russian Studies + Russian Language & Literature in 1991 from University of Oklahoma. He received his Master of Education (M.Ed.) certificate in TESOL from Oklahoma City University in 1996. He did PhD in Applied Linguistics from University of California, Los Angeles in 2003.
Nathan Carr Fullerton started his career in 2003 in his field of interest (teaching), when he joined California State University, Fullerton as an assistant professor. Six years after his joining, he got a promotion and became an associate professor in August 2009. Nathan is still holding the same designation at the university. He is handling the responsibilities of the consultant at International Skill Verification Services. Besides, he is an active member of several organizations named Best Article Award Committee, International Language Testing Association, and Editorial Board, Language Assessment Quarterly.
Nathan Carr Fullerton has so far taken part in several educational conferences held in different parts of the world. Some of the conferences in which he has participated are Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional English Language Centre, the 33rd Annual Language Testing Research Colloquium, and the 30th Annual Language Testing Research Colloquium.