Robert Fuller

Robert Fuller

Department: Accounting & Information Management

Title: EY Professor in Accounting

Information Systems Management, Technology-Mediated Collaboration

1989 Tennessee Technical University, B.S.B.A, Finance

1995 Middle Tennesee State University, M.B.A., Operations Management

2003 Indiana University, B.S.B.A, Management Information Systems

632 Stokely Management Center

Robert M. Fuller, Ph. D., joined the faculty in 2006. He received his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from Indiana University, an MBA from Middle Tennessee State University and a BSBA in finance from Tennessee Technological University. His research interests include the design and implementation of collaborative technologies for virtual team performance, individual participation and use of communication technologies, and the improvement of requirements elicitation through semi-structured communication techniques. Dr. Fuller’s research has been published in MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, the Journal of the Association for Information Systems, and other IS journals. He has presented his work at numerous academic conferences. Dr. Fuller currently teaches database design and administration and business process analysis in the undergraduate program. Prior to entering academia, Dr. Fuller worked in Nashville as a Midrange Server Specialist for IBM.