Victoria Landu-adams

Contributing Faculty
Victoria Landu-Adams
College of Health Sciences and Public Policy
Ph.D. Public Policy and Administration

Dr. Victoria Landu-Adams has been teaching and researching since 1992. Her experience included teaching integrated science, research methods, and statistical analysis to undergraduate and graduate students on research methods, data collection, data analysis, and interpretation for research and academic publications. She has taught graduate courses in Program Evaluation, Action Research, Research methods, (quantitative and qualitative design), and quantitative reasoning, respectively. Obtaining a Graduate Certificate in Qualitative Research and Certification in Grant Writing further increased knowledge of methodologies. Hence, she is proficient in research methods in all social science research. She has successfully chaired and graduated several doctoral candidates to date. She is currently one of the Academic Program Coordinators in Public Policy Administration at the College of Health Sciences and Public Policy.


Graduate Certificate in Qualitative Research, Nova Southern University, Graduate School of Humanities, Fort-Lauderdale, Florida

Nigerian Certificate in Education( NCE), College of Education, Ilorin, Nigeria

BS, University of Jos, Nigeria

MEd, University of Ilorin, Nigeria

PhD, University of Ilorin, Nigeria

Public Service

, Organizer - Marietta

Awards / Honors

Best Paper Session Award, , 2016

Best Session Conference paper award, IMSCI 2016, 2016

Outstanding Faculty of the year, Argosy University, Atlanta , Georgia, 2010

Outstanding Faculty of the year, , 2009


Landu, V. B. (2015). Anxiety in Graduate‑Level Quantitative Research Class- Case Study.

Thomas, K., Desir, C., Landu, V. B. (2015). Journey into the qualitative arena: a transformation.

Landu, V. B., Dubyak, J. (2015). Quick and Easy Strategies for Creating Positive Learning.

Landu, V. B. (2015). Quantitative Faculty‑ Qualitative Student Experience in Ethnographic Qualitative Graduate Research Class- An Evocative Autoethnography.

Landu-Adams, V. B. (2016). Increasing Understanding of Research Methods: Chronicles of Teaching Approach Adopted in Graduate Program Classes.

Landu-Adams, V. B., Dubyak, J. (2016). Fostering Graduate Level Student Success: What Research Says and How to Apply it in the Classroom.