Kelly Curl is an Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture. Curl joined the faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture as Assistant Professor in 2010. She is currently teaching undergraduate design studios, Digital Methods, Environmental Analysis, Seminar on Designed Landscapes, Landscape Ecology, and two online courses on Topics of Landscape Theory and Garden Design, and Native Plants in the Landscape. Curl was awarded the 2015 Charles N. Shepardson Faculty Teaching Award.
Davis, Jessica, Bousselot, Jennifer M, Choi, Jane, Curl, Kelly Anne, Hobbs, Elizabeth Ann, Qian, Yaling, (2019) "Portraits of Inclusion: Creating a Welcoming Environment for Women and People of Color" HORTSCIENCE SUP9 S52-S53
Curl, Kelly Anne, (2018) "The Integration of Green Infrastructure in Land-Use and Water Planning" CSU Water Center September/Oct 2018 4
Curl, Kelly Anne, (2016) "Ideation of landscape representation" Routledge 1 314
Curl, Kelly Anne, (2012) "World Trade Center Memorial: Evidence of landscape patterns defining form, function, materiality, and society" 2012 Annual Conference of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture