Florida State University
Reubin O'D. Askew School of Public Administration and Policy
Ph.D., University of Kansas, Political Science, 1986
M.P.A., University of Kansas, 1984
B.A., Pennsylvania State University, Political Science, 1981
Richard Feiock is internationally recognized for his expertise in local government, sustainability, and local democratic institutions and he is a National Academy of Public Administration fellow. He holds the Jerry Collins Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair and is the Augustus B. Turnbull Professor of Public Administration and Policy in the Askew School at Florida State University. He is the founding director of the FSU Local Governance Research Laboratory and served as Ph.D. Program Director for the Askew School from 1999-2004. He directs the Sustainable Energy & Governance unit of FSU’s Institute for Energy Systems, Economics and Sustainability. Since January 2013, he has served as editor of Public Administration Review, the leading professional journal in the discipline.