New graduate course by Christopher Galik will delve into U.S. environmental policy and policy-making.
Christopher Galik, Associate Professor and CEnREP Affiliate in the Department of Public Administration, will offer a new graduate course titled Environmental Policy (PA550) starting Fall 2017.
The new course will provide an overview of environmental policy and policy-making in the U.S. The first half of the course emphasizes the historical and institutional context of environmental decision-making
Christopher, who joined the School of Public and International Affairs this past Fall, is a public policy analyst with strengths in experimental economic policy focusing on climate and low- carbon energy policy. He joined the faculty at NC State as part of the Sustainable Energy Systems and Policy (SESP) initiative, after five years at Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions as a senior policy associate.