Quincy Martin III, Ed.D

  Assistant Professor Of Edu, Interdiscplnry Ldrshp
  708-235-7567 ext. 7567
  Office Location:

G203


  Office Hours:

By Appointment Only


  College: COE

  
 
Programs:
Interdisciplinary Leadership, Ed.D.
Division of Education

  
  

Dr. Quincy Martin III currently serves as assistant professor and coordinator of the higher education administration doctoral program at Governors State University. Spanning nearly 20 years, Dr. Martin has served in various capacities in higher education administration at both the community college and university levels leading multiple units, programs, and functions in student affairs. Prior to joining Governors State University, he served as the Associate Vice President of Student Affairs at Triton College. Dr. Martin has been an active contributor, national award winner, presenter, and leader with the NASPA--Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education as a member of the Board of Directors, reviewer for the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, and faculty member and chair for the Mid-Level Administrators Conference. His research interests include higher education and student affairs with special emphasis on retention of male students of color, student affairs administration, and leadership in higher education. Dr. Quincy Martin III earned his B.M. and his M.Ed. in Counseling and Development from Lamar University, and his Doctor of Education in Adult and Higher Education from Northern Illinois University.

PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed Journals

Martin, Q. (2018). Chief student affairs officers: Transforming the pathway to the presidency. Journal of Research on the College President, 2(1)30-39. https://collegepresidentresearch.uark.edu/2018/12/chief-studentaffairs-officers/

Martin, Q. (2016). Review of the book Good College, Bad College by Jose DaSilva. Community College Journal of Research and Practice. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10668926.2016.1161979

Martin, Q. & King, D. (2009). Access and integration: Meeting the technological needs of our students. iJournal: Insight into student services, 20(X). Retrieved from http://ijournalccc.com/articles/issue_21/martinking.

Scholarly Report

ACPA: College Student Educators International & NASPA − Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (2015). ACPA/NASPA Professional competency areas for student affairs practitioners. Washington, DC: Authors. (contributing author). Retrieved from
https://www.naspa.org/images/uploads/main/ACPA_NASPA_Professional_Competencies_FINAL.pdf

Non Peer-Reviewed Journals

Martin, Q. & Olson, D. (2011). College cyberbullying: The virtual bathroom wall. The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs, 12(2) Available online at http://www.studentaffairs.com/ejournal/Summer_2011/ CollegeCyberbullying.html.

Martin, Q. (2010). Campus shootings: The crisis never ends. The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs, 11(1). Available online at http://www.studentaffairs.com/ejournal/Winter_2010/CampusShootings.html

Olson, D. & Martin, Q. (2010). Engaging students through online social networks. The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs, 11(1). Retrieved from http://www.studentaffairs.com/ejournal/Winter_2010/EngagingCollegeStudents.html.

Martin, Q. (2009). Technology in the time of crisis: A dean’s perspective. The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs, 9(3). Retrieved from http://studentaffairs.com/ejournal/Winter_2008/TimeofCrisis.html.

PEER-REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS

National Presentations

Martin, Q. (2020). Ascending to the Community College or University Presidency through Student Affairs. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2020 Annual Conference: Austin, TX.

Payne, J., Martin, Q., & Peska, S. (2019). Educators of the Profession: Student Affairs Practitioners as Non-Tenured Faculty. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2019 Annual Conference: Los Angeles, CA.

Martin, Q., Lee, T., Smith, J., Huftalin, D. (2018). Pathways to the Top: Preparation of CSAO’s for the Community College Presidency. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2018 Annual Conference: Philadelphia, PA.

Martin, Q., Peska, S., Dalpes, P., Rand, T. (2016). Navigating the Community College Experience: Issues, Trends, and Best Practices. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2016 Annual Conference: Indianapolis, IN.

Martin, Q., & Simmons, B. (2016). VPSA Roundtable: Community Colleges. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2016 Annual Conference: Indianapolis, IN.

Martin, Q., Cosey, A., Mitra, B., Little, J., & Baston, M. (2015). Advancing Student Success at Community Colleges: The Role of Student Affairs Leaders. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2015 Annual Conference: New Orleans, LA. *Featured Session*

Martin, Q., Knight, A. (2015). Transforming the Pathway to the Top: Preparation of CSAOs for the Community College Presidency. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2015 Annual Conference: New Orleans, LA.

Martin, Q., Dalpes, P. (2015). Navigating the Community College Experience: Issues, Trends, and Best Practices. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2015 Annual Conference: New Orleans, LA.

Martin, Q. & Williams, C. (2013). ABCD: Advancing Boldly to a Career as a Dean. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2013 Annual Conference: Orlando, FL.

Martin, Q. & Johnson, B.J. (2011). Pathways to the Top: Preparation of CSAOs for the Presidency. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2011 Annual Conference: Philadelphia, PA.

Martin, Q. (2010). The Great Debate: Gender, Sexuality, Racism, and other Hot Topics! National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2010 Annual Conference: Chicago, IL.

Martin, Q. (2009). What Do Students Actually Think? National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Annual Conference: Austin, TX.

Martin, Q. (2009). The Great Debate: Gender, Sexuality, Racism, and other Hot Topics! Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (APCA) Annual Conference: Atlanta, GA.

Martin, Q. & Chiappetta, D. (2009). Leadership: It’s All Fun and Games. Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (APCA) Annual Conference: Atlanta, GA.

Martin, Q. (2007). Exploring Diversity: A Controversial Perspective. Association of Campus Activities Administrators (ACAA) Leadership Exchange: River Forest, IL.

Martin, Q. (2006). Leadership: It’s All Fun and Games. American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Annual Conference: Indianapolis, IN.

Martin, Q. (2006). Laughing and Learning through Leadership. Association of Campus Activities Administrators (ACAA) Leadership Exchange: River Forest, IL.

Martin, Q. (2006). Assessment Services: Staying on the Right Track! National College Testing Association (NCTA) Annual Conference: St. Louis, MO.

Martin, Q. (2006). Leadership: It’s All Fun and Games. National College Testing Association (NCTA) Annual Conference: St. Louis, MO.

Regional & State Presentations

Martin, Q. (2010). Retaining our African-American Male Students. Midwest First-Year Experience: Strengthening the Student Experience.

King, D., Martin, Q., & Olson, D. (2008). Tackling the Digital Divide: Establishing Laptop Loan Programs and Other Technology Access Points for Students. Illinois Council of Community College Administrators (ICCCA) Conference: Decatur, IL.

King, D., Martin, Q., & Olson, D. (2007). Preparing Athletes for Success in the Classroom and on the Team, Illinois Council of Community College Administrators Conference: Decatur, IL.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Martin, Q. (2019). Building Your Professional Plan. Ujima Institute: National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA): Florida Atlantic University: Boca Raton, FL.

Martin, Q. (2019). Thinking about becoming a President? Southern Association of College Student Affairs (SACSA) and National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Region III 2019 Annual Conference: Raleigh, NC.

Martin, Q. (2019). Personal Foundation: Your Career Journey. African American Male Summit: National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2019 Annual Conference: Los Angeles, CA.

Martin, Q. (2018). Acing the Resume, Cover, Letter, and the Interview. 2018 NASPA Mid-Level Administrators Conference: Salt Lake City, UT.

Martin, Q. (2018). Scholarship, Research, Practice: The Benefits of Becoming a Scholar-Practitioner. 2018 NASPA Mid-Level Administrators Conference: Salt Lake City, UT.

Eanes, B., Pina, J., Hoffman, J., Havice, P., Gordon, S., Martin, Q., & Simpkins, W. (2015). ACPA/NASPA Professional Competency Area Update. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) 2015 Annual Conference: New Orleans, LA.

Martin, Q. & King, D. (2013). College Cyberbullying: The Virtual Bathroom Wall. Studentaffairs.com: Webinar.

Martin, Q. (2012). Cyberbullying: Online Aggression Among College Students. Walden University (Bullying Prevention Month): Webinar.

Martin, Q. & Olson, D. (2012). College Cyberbullying: The Virtual Bathroom Wall. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), Community College Division: Webinar.

KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

Martin, Q. (2019). Your Path, Your Journey, Your Destination. Ujima Institute: National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA): Florida Atlantic University: Boca Raton, FL.

Martin, Q. (2012). Our Youth Need Us. Austin Community Youth Center Gala: Melrose Park, IL.

Martin, Q. (2008). Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about the Millennials, Y-Reach Near West Conference: Elmhurst, IL.