Curriculum Vitae

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PhD, Natural Resources, Cornell University (2016)
Dissertation: Mixed-Methods Investigations of Community Engagement in Urban Environmental Stewardship

MS, Natural Resources, Cornell University (2012)

BA, Environmental Studies, Hobart and William Smith Colleges (2008)


Moskell, C. and R. W. Turner. 2022. “Can a YouTube Video Lead to Changes in Environmental Beliefs, Attitudes, Norms, and Intended Behavior?” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 12 (1): 10–17.

Moskell, C., Bassuk, N., Allred, S., & McRae, P. 2016. Engaging residents in street tree stewardship: Results of a tree watering outreach intervention. Arboriculture & Urban Forestry. 42(5): 301 – 317.

Moskell C. and S. Allred. 2013. Residents’ beliefs about responsibility for the stewardship of park trees and street trees in New York City.  Landscape and Urban Planning. 120: 85-95.

Moskell C. and S. Allred. 2013. Integrating human and natural systems in community psychology: An ecological model of stewardship behavior. American Journal of Community Psychology. 51(1-2) 1-14.
– Reprinted in Urban Ecology: Critical Concepts in Geography. 2015. Douglas, I., ed. Routledge Press.

Moskell, C., S. Broussard Allred, and G. Ferenz. 2010. Examining volunteer motivations and recruitment strategies for engagement in urban forestry. Cities and the Environment. 3(1): Article 9.


Environmental Protection Agency Science to Achieve Results (EPA STAR) Graduate Research Fellowship (2012 – 2015)

Garden Club of America Urban Forestry Fellowship (2011)


Moskell, C. 2016. Urban Forestry and City Parks. In The CQ Press Guide to Urban Politics and Policy. Palus, C. and Dilworth, R., eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.


Moskell Speaks on Urban Forestry.” Colgate Maroon News. November 16, 2017.

Evolution of the Land Grant Mission.” PeriodiCALS. Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Fall 2012.

Two Students win EPA STAR Fellowships.” Department of Natural Resources Blog. Cornell University. Fall 2012“

CALS Helps NYC Plant Trees.” PeriodiCALS. Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Spring 2010