Clinical Assistant Professor

Lili Martin joined the University of Vermont in 2018 as full-time faculty after teaching for three years at Norwich University School of Nursing. Lili has nursing experience in adult cardiothoracic, vascular, and medical-surgical nursing and pediatric and adult post-anesthesia care at the University of Vermont Medical Center and Central Vermont Medical Center. She has provided volunteer nursing care internationally in Rwanda and Morocco. Lili has taught courses in pathopharmacology, pediatric nursing, medical-surgical nursing, health assessment, and health promotion, and is passionate about integrating active learning techniques into the classroom and facilitating learning in the simulation lab. She enjoys mentoring students on their journey to become nurses by helping them to pursue their individual nursing goals, and is currently researching the impacts of stress management and resiliency training on academic performance, mood and patient care. When she is away from work she enjoys running, biking, hiking, and camping with her family.

Awards and Recognition

  • 2020 Frymoyer Scholars Recipient: Stress Management and Resiliency Training (SMART) for Nursing Students

Associations and Affiliations

  • Association For Women in Science
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
  • American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN)
  • Pi Lambda Theta National Honor Society
  • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
  • American Nurses Association
  • Vermont State Nurses Association
Lili Martin

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Nursing education, medical-surgical nursing, stress management in nursing students, active learning


  • D.N.P.; University of Vermont, 2021
  • M.S.N., Nursing Education; Norwich University, 2015
  • B.S.N.; Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, 2011


  • 802-656-2235

Courses Taught

  • PRNU 131 - Health Alterations
  • PRNU 134 - Adult Health Nursing 1: Theory & Practicum
  • PRNU 234 - Adult Health Nursing 2: Theory & Practicum
  • PRNU 228 - Pharmacology