Glenn Good 

Dean and Professor

Glenn Good





PO Box 117040
Gainesville, FL 32611


Dr. Good's research focuses on implications of gender roles for educational, psycho-social, and biomedical well-being, and on evaluating the effectiveness of specific innovative interventions designed to address specific target issues. He is also interested in the development of academic leadership.


  • School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education


  • Ph.D., Ohio State University
  • M.A., University of Oregon
  • B.A., University of California at Davis

Professional Appointments

  • Co-chair of the Learning and Education Academic Research Network (LEARN; 2015-present)
  • Member of the Executive Committee of the Consortium of University and Research Institutions (CURI) of the American Educational Research Association (2014-2016)
  • Co-chair of the AAU Deans of Colleges of Education Network (2015-16)

Activities and Honors

  • Fellow American Psychological Association (Divisions 17, 29, 35, 51)
  • Researcher of the Year awarded by the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity
  • One of the 30 Most Influential Deans of Education (ranked 12th among public COEs in the United States) as identified by Mometrix Media, 2015
  • Recipient, William T. Kemper Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching

Selected Publications

  • Fassinger, R., & Good, G. E. (2017). Academic leadership and counseling psychology: Answering the challenge, achieving the promise. The Counseling Psychologist, 45, 752-780.
  • Alfred, G. C., Hammer, J. H., & Good, G. E. (2014). Male student veterans: Hardiness, psychological well-being, and masculine norms. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 15, 95-99.
  • Mahalik, J. M., Good, G. E., Tager, D., Levant, R. F., & Mackowiak, C. (2012). Developing a taxonomy of helpful and harmful practices for clinical work with boys and men, Journal of Counseling Psychology, 59, 591-603.
  • Chao, R. C., Wei, M., Good, G. E., & Flores, L. Y. (2011). Race/ethnicity, color-blind racial attitudes, and multicultural counseling competence: The moderating effects of multicultural counseling training. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 58, 72-82.
  • Cronk, N. J., Harris, K. J., Harrar, S., Conway, K., Catley, D., & Good, G. E. (2011). Analysis of smoking patterns and contexts among college student smokers. Substance Use & Misuse, 46, 1015-1022.
  • Hammer, J., & Good, G.E. (2010). Positive psychology: An empirical examination of beneficial aspects of endorsement of masculine norms. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 11, 303-318.
  • Harris, K. J., Catley, D., Good, G. E., Cronk, N. J., Harrar, S. W., & Williams, K. B. (2010). Motivational interviewing for smoking cessation in college students: A group randomized controlled trial. Preventive Medicine, 51, 387-393.
  • Good, G. E., & Robertson, J. M. (2010). To accept a pilot? Addressing men's ambivalence and altering their expectancies about therapy. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, and Training, 47, 306-315.
  • Wade, J. C., & Good, G. E. (2010). Moving toward mainstream: Perspectives on enhancing therapy with men. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, and Training, 47, 273-275.
  • Tager, D. T., Good, G. E., & Brammer, S. (2010). Walking over 'em: An exploration of relations between emotion dysregulation, masculine norms, and intimate partner abuse in a clinical sample of men. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 11, 233-239.