|Office||Meier Hall 333C|
|POL 101||Understanding the Political World|
|POL 201||Introduction to American Politics|
|POL 219||Introduction to Public Policy|
|POL 300R||Introduction to Research in Political Science|
|POL 304||Environmental Politics|
Guy Bellino received his PhD from Northeastern University. His dissertation focus was on automobile fuel economy policy in the United States. He has developed courses for both Northeastern and Salem State University and has a broad teaching portfolio, including a two time invitation to lecture on sustainability at the Meiji University Study Abroad Program at Northeastern and developing a course on sustainability and graduate courses on global institutions and policy. He was also a 2018 nominee for the Distinguished Teaching Award at Salem State. Guy is a big believer in service to the profession and and is a regular leader and organizer in the Northeastern Political Science Association, serving 3 years as chair of the Environmental Section.
Guy's professional interests focus on the intersection of environmental, energy, and science policy in the United States. More recently Guy has begun expanding on how these policy spheres interact with communication, science literacy, and education in the United States. Guy is deeply committed to producing quality education and is on an eternal quest to improve his pedagogy.
Guy is a father of two; all other personal interests are subordinate to this. When he can edge out time for himself he enjoys reading schlocky science fiction and fantasy, playing video games and board games, searching for the perfect local craft beer, nature walks, cooking, fixing up his fixer-upper home, and hanging out with his wife.