About Author: Morgan Murray-Miller

Morgan is currently a joint degree student at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University and a graduate student with the Bard College Center for Environmental Policy (CEP). He is expected to receive his JD with a concentration in Environmental Law and MS in Environmental Policy degrees in May 2018. Morgan’s focus at Bard involved applying scientific testing of water samples to policy decisions on road salt application in New York State. This research culminated in a group presentation to the EPA at the 2015 P3 Competition (People, Prosperity, and Planet) in Washington D.C. entitled “Road SMART: Salt Management & Application Reduction Techniques”. Prior academic experience includes a BA in Environmental Studies from Brooklyn College (CUNY) with a final project analyzing World Bank Data in relation to the IPAT equation. Morgan has pursued an interest in environmental work since his entry into professional studies. The mix of interdisciplinary knowledge in law, policy, science, economics, ethics, literature, and other fields can combine to tackle complex modern problems in the contemporary world. Outside of school, he divides his time throughout lower New York State. A lifelong domicile of New York City, he currently lives in Brooklyn, and has lived previously in the Hudson Valley, Westchester, and the Catskill Region. His interests include hiking, painting, chess, and listening to Yankee games on his transistor radio.

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