Dr. Susan A. MacManus

Occupation: Political Science Professor; Researcher
Born: Tampa, Florida, August 22, 1947

Education:
MA, University of Michigan (1969)
PhD, Florida State University (1975)
BA, Cum Laude, Florida State University (1968)

Career:
Director of the USF-Nelsen Sunshine State Survey (Present)
Distinguished University Professor, Department of Government and International Affairs, University of South Florida (Present)
Professor of Public Administration and Political Science, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL (1987-Present)
Distinguished University Professor, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL (1999
Chair, Department of Government and International Affairs, University South Florida, Tampa, FL (1987-1993)
Professor, Director of Ph.D. Program, Cleveland State University (1985-1987)
Research Associate, Center for Public Policy (1982-1985)
Director MPA Program, University of Houston (1983-1985)
Associate Professor, University of Houston (1979-1985)
Assistant Professor, University of Houston (1975-1979)
Research Assistant, Florida State University (1973-1975)
Instructor, Valencia Community College, Orlando, FL (1969-1973)

Career Related:
For the last six election cycles, served as political analyst for WFLA NewsChannel 8 (Tampa NBC affiliate); Since 2008, MacManus has been a featured columnist on sayfiereview.com — a widely-read Florida-based political website; WFLA TV’s weekly Road to the White House program on which MacManus appeared as a panelist was nominated for a Suncoast Emmy award in 2008; Appeared on every major broadcast and cable television and radio network and has been interviewed by major newspapers in Florida, the U.S., and abroad; Field Research Associate, Westat, Inc., Washington, D.C. (1983-Present); Field Research Associate, Visiting Professor, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK (1981-Present); Field Research Associate, Princeton University, New Jersey (1979-Present); Field Research Associate, Cleveland State University (1982-1983); Field Research Associate, Brookings Institute, Washington, D.C. (1977-1982); Summer Field Research Associate, National Academy of Public Administration, Washington, D.C. (1980); Summer Field Research Associate, Columbia University, New York City (1979)

Civic:
Board directors Houston Area Women’s Center, 1977, past president, vice president fin., treasurer member League of Women Voters, Gov.’s Council Economic Advisers, 1988-90, Harris County (Texas) Women’s Political Caucus, Houston board directors USF Research Foundation, Inc. chair Florida Elections Commission, 1999-2003 member Florida Gov.’s Council Economic Advisers, 2000-.

Creative Works:
Author: Revenue Patterns in U.S. Cities and Suburbs: A Comparative Analysis, 1978, Reapportionment and Representation in Florida: A Historical Collection, 1991, Doing Business with Government: Federal, State, Local and Foreign Government Purchasing Practices for Every Business and Public Institution, 1992, Federal Aid to Houston, 1993, Young v. Old: Generational Combat in the 21st Century, 1996, Targeting Senior Voters, 2000; co-author (with others): Governing A Changing America, 1984; co-author: (with Francis T. Borkowski) Visions for the Future: Creating New Institutional Relationships Among Academia, Business, Government, and Community, 1989; co-author: (with Elizabeth R. MacManus) Citrus, Sawmills, Critters & Crackers: Life in Early Lutz and Central Pasco County, 1998, The Lutz Depot, 2000; editor: Mapping Florida’s Political Landscape: The Changing Art and Politics of Reapportionment and Redistricting, 2002; co-editor (with Thomas R. Dye): Politics in States and Communities, 11th edition, 2003; co-editor: (with Dano Moreno and Kevin Hill) Florida’s Politics: Ten Media Markets, One Powerful State, 2004; writer: manuals in field, member editorial bd.: various jours; contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books; Floridas minority trail blazers; the men and women who changed the face of government, 2017

Achievements:
Florida’s most-quoted political scientist

Awards:
Recipient University Houston College Social Scis. Teaching Excellence award, 1977, Herbert J. Simon award for best article in 3d vol., International Journal Pub. Administration, 1981, Theodore & Venette Askounes-Ashford Disting Scholar award University South Florida, 1991, Distinguished Research Scholar award, 1991, Teaching Excellence award, 1999;Ford Foundation fellow, 1967-68;grantee Valencia C. C. Faculty, 1972, University Houston, 1976-77, 79, 83; Fulbright Research scholar, Korea, 1989; Choice magazine award, 1996; named Distinguished Univ. Professor, 1999; research fellow Florida Institute of Government, 2000-.; Southern Political Science Association V.O. key award committee 1983-84; Southern Political Science Association best paper on women and politics 1988; Southern Political Science Association Diane Blair award 2001); American Political Science Association award 1989; Manning Dauer Distinguished Florida Political Science Award, Florida Political Science Association, (2001); Phi Kappa Phi Artist/Scholar Award, University of South Florida (1997); American Society for Public Administration Lilly award 1992

Memberships:
Member, Executive Council, American Political Science Association (1994-Present); Member, Journal Editorial Board, Policy Studies Organization (1981-Present); Honorary Leader, Pi Alpha Alpha, Florida (2010); President, Pi Sigma Alpha (2000-2002); President, Florida Political Science Association (1997-1998); President, Urban Politics Section, American Political Science Association (1995-1996); Member, Executive Council, Pi Sigma Alpha (1994-1996); President-elect, Secretary, Urban Politics, American Political Science Association (1994-1995); President, Southern Political Science Association (1993-1994); President- elect, Southern Political Science Association (1992-1993); President-elect, American Society for Public Administration (1991); Vice President, Southern Political Science Association (1990-1991); Executive Council, Policy Studies Organization (1983-1985); Program Committee, American Political Science Association (1983-1984); Member, Houston Chapter, Nominating Committee, American Society for Public Administration (1983); Portfolio Pre-decision Review Committee, Women’s Caucus for Political Science portfolio (1982-1983); Local Arrangements Committee, Southwestern Political Science Association (1982-1983); Projects and Programs Committee, Women’s Caucus for Political Science (1981); Financial Budget Committee, Women’s Caucus for Political Science (1980-1981); Profession Committee, Southwestern Political Science Association (1977-1980); American Political Science Association; Southern Political Science Association; Midwest Political Science Association; Western Political Science Association; Southwestern Political Science Association; American Society for Public Administration; Policy Studies Organization; Women’s Caucus for Political Science; Florida Political Science Association; Academy of Political Science; Municipal Finance Officers’ Association; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha; Pi Alpha Alpha; Chair, Section of Intergovernmental Relations, American Political Science Association; Board Member, Suncoast Chapter, American Society for Public Administration

Religion:
Methodist

Family:
Daughter of Harold Cameron and Elizabeth (Riegler) MacManus

Hobbies:
Photography; Sports; Travel

Biography Sources:
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Who’s Who In Finance and Industry – 2002-2003, 33rd Edition (pub. 2002)
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