PhD in Marine Sciences, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
BS in Marine Biology, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
Stephan Bullard is a professor of biology. He teaches several courses, including Environmental Science, Disasters, and Living in the Environment.
"I love working with Hillyer students, because I share a similar background," says Bullard. "You never would have guessed from my high school records that I would eventually become a college professor. It was interactions with college faculty members that helped develop (or more accurately helped focus) my lifetime love of learning."
Bullard's research interests include:
- Marine Biology, specifically, the ecology of invasive marine species (sea squirts), benthic ecology, and planktonology
Shumway SE, Walsh A, Bullard SG (2019) Putting a dent in biofouling. East Coast Shellfish Growers Association 1: 1-2
Bullard SG (2018) A day-by-day chronicle of the 2013-16 Ebola outbreak. Springer. 332 pp.
Filburn T, Bullard SG (2016) Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima: Curse of the Nuclear Genie. Springer. 120 pp.
Bullard SG, Carman MR (2016) Introduction to the proceedings of the 5th International Invasive Sea Squirt Conference, 2014. Management Biol Invasions 7: 1-3.
Wasko DK, Bullard SG (2016) An analysis of media-reported venomous snakebites in the United States, 2011–2013. Wilderness Environ Med 27: 219–226.
Bullard SG, Davis C, Shumway SE (2013) Seasonal patterns of ascidian settlement at an aquaculture facility in the Damariscotta River, Maine (USA). J Shellfish Res 32: 255-264.