Masters of Arts, Public Policy, Stony Brook University
N-739, Social and Behavioral Sciences Building
P: (631) 560-1450
Richard Murdocco is an award-winning columnist who writes on land use, real estate markets and economic development, and environmental policy. Murdocco's work often appears in major publications including Newsday and the New York Daily News.
His reported and op-ed analytical writing explores the policy processes behind land use decision making, the interplay between developmental efforts, economic growth, and environmental quality, and the forces that shape zoning policies on the local and regional levels.
In addition to his affiliation with the University's Department of Political Science, he also teaches within Stony Brook's School of Atmospheric and Marine Sciences. Within SoMAS, Murdocco teaches a series of graduate and undergraduate courses on environmental policy.
Alongside from his policy work, Murdocco is a marketing and communications executive in the renewable energy industry.
|Graduate||Next Offered: Fall 2022|
|POL 516: Topics in Public Affairs - Storms and Seas||POL 531: Topics in Public Affairs- Planning|
|POL 531: Topics in Public Affairs - Planning||POL 596: Capstone Preparation Seminar|
|POL 538: The Politics of Local Economic Development|
|POL 596: Capstone Preparation Seminar|
|POL 597: Capstone Internship|
|MAR 514: Environmental Management|
|MAR 392: Waste Management|