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Stephan Bullard

WHY DO YOU ENJOY TEACHING STUDENTS IN HILLYER?

I love working with Hillyer students, because I share a similar background.  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.

TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES

  • BYB 201: Environmental Science
  • BYB 210: General Biology I
  • BYB 211 General Biology II
  • HONB 200: Disasters
  • AUCT 165: Living in the Environment

Degrees and Certifications

  • Ph.D., Marine Sciences, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • B.S., Marine Biology, University of North Carolina, Wilmington

Research Interests

  • Marine Biology, specifically, the ecology of invasive marine species (sea squirts), benthic ecology, and planktonology
  • Disasters

Selected Publications 

  • 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.
  • Rosa M, Holohan BA, Shumway SE, Bullard SG, Wikfors GH, Morton S, Getchis T (2013) Biofouling ascidians on aquaculture gear as potential vectors of harmful algal introductions.  Harmful Algae 23: 1-7.
  • Bullard SG, Gromek BJ, Fout M, Fout R  (2012)  The Silver Bridge disaster of 1967.  Arcadia Publishing. 128 pp.
  • Bullard SG, Carman MR, Rocha RM, Dijkstra JA, Goodwin AM  (2011)  Abundance and diversity of ascidians in the southern Gulf of Chiriquí, Pacific Panama.  Aquatic Invasions 6: 381-390.
  • Carman MR, Bullard SG, Rocha RM, Lambert G, Dijkstra JA, Roper JJ, Goodwin AM, Carman MM, Vail EM  (2011)  Ascidians at the Pacific and Atlantic entrances to the Panama Canal.  Aquatic Invasions 6: 371-380.
  • Bullard SG, Shumway SE, Davis CV  (2010)  The use of air bubble aeration as a simple, cost-effective and environmentally sound means to control biofouling.  Biofouling  26: 587-593.
  • Bullard SG, Carman MR  (2009)  Current trends in invasive ascidian research.  pp. 57-79 In: Wilcox CP, Turpin RB (eds)  Invasive Species: Detection, Impact and Control.  Nova Science Publishing.