Dr. Vicki Martineau-Gilliam

Dr. Vicki Martineau-Gilliam holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in English and an EdD in organizational leadership. Her master’s thesis included three separate articles on the poetry of Alexander Pope, John Milton, and Emily Dickinson. Her dissertation for her doctorate focused on effective writing activities and support services for nontraditional adult learners in a writing-across-the-curriculum program. Dr. Martineau-Gilliam has been teaching composition, literature, and information literacy courses for 25 years.

Presentations

  • Martineau-Gilliam, V. (2018). It's All about Choice: Fostering Creativity in Higher Education. Conference presented at the Lilly Conference on Teaching for Active and Engaged Learning, Anaheim, California.
  • Martineau-Gilliam, V. (2017). Millennial Indifference: Motivating Young Students to Engage in the Political Process Through Blogs and Writing Assignments. Poster presented at the Lilly Conference Series on College and University Teaching and Learning, Anaheim, California.
  • Martineau-Gilliam, V. (2017). Using Multimodal Feedback to Promote Revision in Student Writing. Conference presented at the Lilly Conference on Teaching for Active and Engaged Learning, Anaheim, California.
  • Martineau-Gilliam, V. (2016). Using Political Campaign Ads to Stimulate Critical Thinking and Responsible Consumerism. Conference presented at the International Journal of Arts and Sciences Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Martineau-Gilliam, V. (2016). Contrastive Rhetoric: How Difference in Language Experience Can Influence Student Writing. Conference presented at the International Journal of Arts and Sciences Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Martineau-Gilliam, V. (2016). Lights, Camera, Action: Enhancing the Learning Experience Through Video Lectures and Synchronous Discussion. Conference presented at the Lilly Conference Series on College and University Teaching and Learning, Newport Beach, California.
  • Martineau-Gilliam, V. (2015). Engaging Online Students: Promoting an Interactive Learning Experience. Conference presented at the Lilly Conference Series on College and University Teaching and Learning,, Newport Beach, California.
  • Martineau-Gilliam, V. (2013). Turning Students on to Turnitin. Conference presented at the Georgia Conference on College and University Teaching, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA.
  • Martineau-Gilliam, V. (2012). WAC in General Education Assessment (copresenters-Shareen Grogan, Virginia Hire, and Robin Lockerby). Conference presented at the International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference 2012, Department of Writing and Linguistics at Georgia Southern University, Savannah, GA.
Dr. Vicki Martineau-Gilliam

Contact Information

Dr. Vicki Martineau-Gilliam

College: College of Letters and Sciences

Department: Arts and Humanities

vmartine@nu.edu

(559) 256-4942

Fresno Campus

Education

University of La Verne - DED - Organizational Leadership