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Dr. Gary Steven Marshall
- Graduate Program Chair, Chair, PhD Program
- Public Administration, Public Affairs and Community Service
- CPACS 111
- Tel: 402.554.2962
- Fax: 402.554.2682
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary S. Marshall is Professor and Ph.D. Program Chair in the School of Public Administration at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. His research emphasizes the centrality of human identity as it relates to work in public agencies. He is a recipient of the University of Nebraska at Omaha Alumni Association's Outstanding Teaching Award and serves on the editorial boards of Administrative Theory & Praxis and the International Journal of Organization Theory and Behavior. He has worked internationally with the Center for Democratic Network Governance in Denmark. He is currently Board Chair of the Public Administration Theory Network. Dr. Marshall is also a Licensed Mental Health Practitioner and was co-editor of the Lacanian Compass, a U.S. based publication on the work of Jacques Lacan.
Public Administration Theory
Philosophy of Social Science
Organization Theory & Behavior
Organizational Development & Change
Research and Creative Interests
Dr. Marshall's research focuses on human identity as it relates to work in public agencies. He has been published in leading academic journals such as Public Administration Review, the American Review of Public Administration, and The American Behavioral Scientist. Dr. Marshall's most recent article is entitled: "Commanded to Enjoy: The Waning of Traditional Authority in Public Administration" published in Administrative Theory & Praxis.
MS - Counseling
University of Nebraska at Omaha (Omaha, NE) 2012
Virginia Tech 1993
The George Washington University 1987
University of Massachusetts (Amherst) 1981
Links to Selected Publications
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