Guy named Distinguished Professor, recipient of inaugural award for excellence in public administration education, and co-editor of new journalToula Wellbrook | School of Public Affairs Nov 8, 2021
CU Distinguished Professors are tenured faculty members who demonstrate exemplary performance in research or creative work; a record of excellence in promoting learning and student attainment of knowledge and skills; and outstanding service to the profession, the university, and its affiliates.
Including this year’s honorees, 129 Distinguished Professors have been named since inception of the title in 1977.
Professor Guy was also named the recipient of the 2021 Award for Excellence in Public Administration Education, a joint award given by two journals, one American and one British, both of which focus on training public administrators: the Journal of Public Affairs Education and Teaching Public Administration. The award criteria are: Sustained commitment to and substantial impact on public administration education; A significant record of research on the scholarship of teaching and learning; and Dedication to and engagement with the awarding journals. Professor Guy is the first recipient of this inaugural award, which was presented to her at the NASPAA conference in October.
Additionally, Professor Guy has been selected to be the founding co-editor of the Journal of Social Equity and Public Administration, an important new journal from the American Society for Public Administration's Section on Democracy and Social Justice.
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