M.A., Mass Commmunications, University of Uyo
Certificat de Stage, Centre International d’Études Pédagogiques, Université d’Été, Nantes, France
She is a disciplined person with personal benchmarks of performance, extremely passionate about what she does and very positive about where she works. She loves reading and writing, and has been published in a few collections. Her first personal collection titled Her African Face was published in Wales.
See: http://muse.jhu.edu/login?type=summary&url=/journals/research_in_african_literatures/v039/39.1raji-oyelade.html and http://www.jstor.org/stable/20109567?seq=1#page_scan_tab_content.
Emilienne currently directs affairs at the Writing Center, and is a member of two university committees. She has participated at various self-development workshops and also enjoys volunteering, traveling, and learning about different cultures. She is blessed with two beautiful daughters, El-Miracle and Faith-Emmanuela.
- FRE 101
- FRE 102
- WRI 101
- WRI 102
- Member and AUN Representative, International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI)
- Member, International Writing Centers Association (IWCA)
- Member, Association for the Tutoring Profession (ATP)
- Obukoadata, P.O., Akpan, E., Uduma, N.E. and Mboso, A. (2016). Thematic Narratives inherent in Political Parties’ Advertisements and Voters' Perceptions: Analysis of the 2015 Electioneering Campaigns. In The Nigerian Journal of Communication, 13 (1): 79-102
- Akpan, Emilienne Idorenyin (2016). ‘The Writing Center – At the Core of AUN’s Liberal Arts Education’. In Inside AUN: A Newsletter of American University of Nigeria, October-December 2016. 81st Edition.
- Akpan, Emilienne Idorenyin (2014). ‘Moral Education’. In the 2014 AUN Academy Elementary Yearbook. Page 52
- Akpan, I., E. Akpan, and P. Obukoadata (2013) ‘A Semiotic Deconstruction of Symbols in Print Advertising Consumers Purchase in Nigeria.’ In Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 3 (13): 13-26
POETRY (as Emilienne Motaze)
- Motaze, Emilienne (1993) Her African Face, A Collection of Poems, Y-Fenni, Gwent, Wales: The Collective
- “Beyond” in Resurgence & Ecologist (RESURGENCE, 163 - MAR/APR 1994)
- Her African Face by Emilienne Motaze in Running Waters and Other Poems by Angela Miri. Malthouse African Poetry. 2007
CITATIONS (as Emilienne Motaze)
- Raji-Oyelade, Aderemi (Spring 2008). ‘Notes toward the Bibliography of Nigerian Women’s Poetry (1985 – 2006)’ in Research in African Literatures, 39 (1): 198-203
- Raji-Oyelade, Aderemi (2007). ‘Representational Exposures: The Album of Nigerian Women's Poetry (1985–2006)’. In Matatu – Journal for African Culture and Society, 33 (1): 293-316
- Matzke Christine, Geoffrey V. Davis (2006). Of Minstrelsy and Masks: the Legacy of Ezenwa-Ohaeto in Nigerian Writing. Rodopi: Amsterdam