Current Graduate Students (listed alphabetically by last name)
Amy Blood, Ph.D. Geospatial and Environmental Analysis
Fran de la Mota, Ph.D. Horticulture
Cody Kiefer, Ph.D. Horticulture
Emily Zhou, Ph.D. Horticulture
Past Graduate Students (listed alphabetically by last name)
Alexis Alvey, M.S. 2007. Efficacy and Effect of Tree Stabilization Systems On Landscape Tree Growth and Establishment.
Sarah Anetrella, OMALS. 2016. Program Effectiveness of Community Gardens in Nashville, Tennessee for Homeless and Low Income Populations.
Kelley (Arbogast) Wagner, M.S. 2005. Attitudes Toward and the Influence of Vegetation on Elementary School Grounds in Virginia.
Julia Bartens, Ph.D. 2010. Development of Urban Tree Growth Models Based on Site and Soil Characteristics. M.S. Horticulture 2006. Trees and structural soil as a stormwater management system in urban settings.
Priscilla J. (Bocskor) Plumb, M.S. Forestry 2010. Shade, moisture, and woody vegetation in stormwater management basins: Influence on cattail (Typha spp.) growth and persistence.
Chad Campbell, M.S. 2012. Soil Carbon Dynamics in Lawns Converted From Appalachian Mixed Oak Stands.
Danielle Gift, M.S. 2009. Earthworms in the Urban Environment: Can Population Augmentation Improve Urban Soil Properties?
Alex Grieve. M.S. 2016. Urban Street Trees as a Potential Source of Timber in Washington, D.C.
Won Hwang, Ph.D. 2015. Investigating the Impact of Urban Tree Planting Strategies for Shade and Residential Energy Conservation
Joe Hoffman, M.F. 2009. A Syllabus-based Review of Collegiate Arboriculture Course Content in the United States.
Chris Jones, M.F. 2009. Japanese Garden Inventory and Management Plan for Maymont Park - Richmond, VA.
Cene Ketcham. M.S. 2015. Influence of Tree Planting Program Characteristics on Environmental Justice Outcomes.
Lele Kimball. M.S. 2014. Urban Tree Canopy Assessments in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
Rachel Layman, M.S. Horticulture 2010. The effect of soil rehabilitation of severely compacted urban soils to optimize tree establishment and growth.
Jon Matiuk. M.F. 2016. Reducing the Conflict between Trees and Overhead Utility Lines through Public Awareness and Education.
Jennifer (Otey) McKee, M.F. 2007. GIS Applications in Urban Tree Inventory.
David K. Mitchell, M.S. 2014. Urban landscape management practices as tools for stormwater mitigation by trees and soils.
Keith O’Herrin. Ph.D. 2016. Urban Forestry at a Crossroads: Development of an Emerging Profession.
Michael Pavlis, M.S. 2007. The Effects of Pruning on Wind Resistance of Shade Trees.
William West, M.F. 2010. Identifying Impediments to Completing an Urban Forest Canopy Assessment in Municipalities in the State of Virginia.
James Wood, M.S. 1999. Tree Inventories and GIS in Urban Forestry.