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Mary Guy PhD

Professor
  • School of Public Affairs

Email Address: mary.guy@ucdenver.edu

Primary Phone: 303-315-2007

Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3-3:30 p.m. and by appointment

Mary E. Guy teaches courses on public administration, public management, organizational behavior, human resource management, and leadership and ethics. She has written widely about emotional labor in public service, especially in regard to emotionally intense work demands. She also writes about workforce diversity and the difference that gender makes in policy development and implementation. She is a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, past President of the American Society for Public Administration and past Editor-in-Chief of the Review of Public Personnel Administration. She is the recipient of numerous awards for her research, leadership and mentoring. Prior to joining the School of Public Affairs, she held the Jerry Collins Eminent Scholar Chair at the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy at Florida State University, and before that she served as department head at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She holds a master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling (University of Florida), a master’s degree in Psychology (University of South Carolina) and a Ph.D. in Political Science (University of South Carolina).

Areas of Expertise

public administration, with an emphasis on the human processes involved in public service delivery; emotional labor; the difference that gender makes

Education, Licensure & Certifications

Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science
University of South Carolina

Master of Arts in Psychology
University of South Carolina

Master of Arts in Rehabilitation Counseling
University of Florida

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Jacksonville University

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Awards

2020 Paul van Riper Award, American Society for Public Administration
2018 Dwight Waldo Award, American Society for Public Administration
2012 ASPA/NASPAA Distinguished Research Award
2009 Delivered Donald Stone Lecture, American Society for Public Administration
1998 Elected as Fellow of National Academy of Public Administration