Mary E. Guy (Ph.D., University of South Carolina 1981) holds the
Jerry Collins Eminent Scholar Chair and is a Fellow of the National
Academy of Public Administration, past President of the American Society
for Public Administration, and past Chair of the Commission on Peer
Review and Accreditation, the accrediting body for Master's degree
programs in public affairs. She is also past President of the Southern
Political Science Association and past Chair of the Southeastern Conference
on Public Administration. She has delivered guest lectures at a number
of universities and published four books and over a hundred articles
on subjects pertaining to public management. Recent writings are marked
by an emphasis on the changing workplace and the difference that gender
makes. She recently received the 2004 Outstanding Scholarship Award
in Public Sector Human Resources given by ASPA's Section on Personnel
Administration and Labor Relations. She also received the 2003 Donato
Pugliese Award, given by the Southeastern Conference for Public Administration,
for lifetime contributions to the profession. She is a member of the
FSU Faculty Senate.
“Framing Gender, Framing Work: The Disparate Impact of
Traditional HRM Practices.” in press. In A. Farazmand (Ed.)
Building and Managing Human Capital for the 21st Century: Strategic
Public Personnel Management. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. (with
“The Changing Workforce.” 2005. In Handbook of Human
Resource Management in Government, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass
Publishers, Inc., pp. 143-163 (With Meredith Newman).
“Diversity, Administration and Governance.” 2004. In
A. Farazmand (Ed.) Sound Governance: Policy and Administrative
Innovations. pp. 187-208. Westport, CT: Praeger. (with Jason
"Essential Management Practices," 2004. In The Effective
Local Government Manager,Third Edition (C. Newell, Editor). Washington,
D.C.: International City/County Management Association, pp. 113-151.
With W. Earle Klay and David H. Coursey.
"The Amazing Miss Burchfield," 2004. In Outstanding
Women in Public Administration (2004), (Wendy Haynes and Claire
Felbinger, Eds.). Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, pp. 5-30. A reprint of
an article that appeared in Public Administration Review,
2000, 60:1, 6-19
"Self managed Work Teams: Who Uses Them? What Makes Them Successful?"
Performance & Management Review, 27:3, 61-80, with Seung-Bum
Recent Awards and Achievements
2004 Outstanding Scholarship in Public Sector Human Resources,
given by ASPA’s Section on Personnel Administration and Labor
Relations, American Society for Public Administration
2003 Recipient of Donato Pugliese Award, Southeastern Conference for
2003 Named to Academic Advisory Board of Partnership for Public Service
2001 Public Administration Review award for biography of Laverne
Burchfield, Am. Society for Public Administration.
2000 Recipient of Erika Fairchild Award, Women=s Caucus in Political
Science, Southern Political Science Association.
1998 Elected as Fellow of National Academy of Public Administration