Jarae Fulton received her B.A. from the University of Northern Colorado in Communication and Secondary Education. Upon graduating she continued her educational journey to receive her M.A. from the University of Northern Colorado in Communication with the thesis option in which she conducted research for her Master’s Thesis on Exercise Motivation. She taught Public Speaking full time at Aims Community College and Front Range Community College for two years before joining the School of Communication as full time faculty in 2008. Jarae’s areas of research and instructional focus are in health communication, family communication, interpersonal communication, and public speaking. As a passionate teacher, she believes that her purpose is to engage students in whole person development. This entails matters of developing character, knowledge and skill that make them productive members of society, community, family, and profession. She also believes it is important to cater learning to the personal goals of each student helping them to fulfill their life purpose and obtain a sense of wellbeing in all of their activities and relationships. Outside of the classroom Jarae is busy raising three young children and enjoys activities that enrich mind, body and spirit and sharing her passion for life in all of its fullness with those around her. She has an ever growing appetite for knowledge and understanding and enjoys sharing it with others through dialogue and life experience.
- Master of Arts in Communication, University of Northern Colorado
- Bachelor of Arts in Human Communication with Secondary Education Emphasis, University of Northern Colorado