Teresa Moss obtained her doctorate degree in philosophy, with a specialization in environmental philosophy, from the University of North Texas in December 2022. She currently teaches philosophy at Tarrant County College’s Southeast campus.
Her dissertation, entitled Thinking Outside the Pipe: The Role of Participatory Water Ethics and Watershed Education Community Action Networks (WECANs) in the Creation of a New Urban Water Narrative, focuses on a pragmatic and interdisciplinary approach to discovering a sustainable relationship to water.
She has a Master of Education degree and a Master of Science degree in environmental science from Texas Christian University. Additionally, Teresa’s research interests are water conservation and management, urban river renewal projects, water and regionally appropriate landscape ethics, community based ecological restoration, and urban ecosystem education.
“Congratulations from all your Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex friends in the environmental sector,” WE Board Chair Linda Pavlik.