Dr. Thomas H. Fuller

Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics
Department Chair
DSc, Washington University, St. Louis
MS, Old Dominion University
AB, Amherst College

Prior to joining the College faculty, Dr. Fuller taught math and physics in Portsmouth, Virginia public high schools for four years. He held several marketing and training positions at Burroughs Corporation and for three years, managed product development for two divisions of The Christian Science Publishing Society including serving as the original Concord Project Manager. He has taught math and computer science since 1989 at Principia College. He has also served the College as acting president, faculty president, math and natural sciences unit head, and other positions.

Dr. Fuller is a Fellow of the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS). He has served on APICS' national Curricula and Certification Council, and led APICS’ 1986 Japanese Manufacturing Study Mission. He actively supports citizen science through Audubon bird counts.

Tom has written articles for the Christian Science Journal and Sentinel. He has published about two-dozen articles in various professional journals, a few books and booklets, and spoken in cities throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Japan. He has also done corporate training and consulting in the United States and Europe