Steven H. Bullard, Ph.D.
Henry M. Rockwell Chair
Forest Economics, Forestry Investments
Doctor of Philosophy, 1983, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, VA. Emphasis: Forest Management-Economics
Master of Science, 1980, Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS. Emphasis: Forest Management-Economics
Bachelor of Science, 1977, Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS. Major: Forestry
PROFESSIONAL, TEACHING, AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
August 1983-June 1988: Assistant Professor of Forest Economics, Mississippi State University. Assistant Forester, Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station
July 1988-June 1994: Associate Professor of Forest Economics, Mississippi State University. Associate Forester, Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station
July 1994-April 1999: Professor of Forest Economics, Mississippi State University. Forester, Mississippi Forest and Wildlife Research Center
April 1999-July 2002: Sharp Professor of Forest Economics, Mississippi State University. Forester, Mississippi Forest and Wildlife Research Center
July 2001-October 2004: Director, Institute of Furniture Manufacturing and Management, Mississippi Forest and Wildlife Research Center
January 2002-January 2003: Interim Department Head, Department of Forest Products, Mississippi State University
July 2003-October 2004: Interim Department Head, Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University
November 2004-June 2009: Professor and Chair, Department of Forestry, University of Kentucky
July 2009-2016: Dean, Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture, Stephen F. Austin State University
2016-Present: Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Stephen F. Austin State University; Henry M. Rockwell Chair in Forestry
PUBLICATIONS (LAST FIVE YEARS)
Bullard, S.H.2014. Forestry curricula for the 21st century—maintaining rigor, communicating relevance, building relationships. Journal of Forestry (invited submission in peer review for the special issue on forestry education in 2015).
Bullard, S.H., P. Stephens Williams, T. Coble, D. Coble, R. Darville, and L. Rogers. 2014. Producing ‘Society-ready’ foresters: A research-based process to revise the Bachelor of Science in Forestry curriculum at Stephen F. Austin State University. Journal of Forestry 112(4): 354-360.
Sample, A., R.P. Bixler, M. McDonough, S. Bullard, and M. Scieckus. 2014. The promise and performance of forestry education in the United States. Journal of Forestry (invited submission in peer review for the special issue on forestry education in 2015).
Zhang, Y., H. Li, M.W. McBroom, and S.H. Bullard. 2013. A spatial analysis of the forestry industries in East Texas. Annals of GIS http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19475683.2013.806357
Bullard, S.H. 2014. If it pays, it stays—workable vehicles to reward private forest landowners. Forest Landowner (accepted for forthcoming issue).
Bullard, S.H., and T. J. Straka. 2014. Bullish on forestry careers. Forest Landowner 73(5): 14-21.
Bullard, S.H. University-based forestry research and the “Little Red Hen.” Forest Landowner 73(4): 42.
Bullard, S.H., D. Coble, T. Coble, R. Darville, L. Rogers, and P. Stephens Williams. 2014. Producing society-ready foresters: A research-based process to revise the bachelor of science in forestry curriculum at Stephen F. Austin State University. ATCOFA Monograph 1-2014, Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX, 68 p.
Straka, T.J., G. Brown, and S.H. Bullard. 2011. The issue of SAF membership: An elite or broad organization? The Forestry Source16(7): 9, 11.
Bullard, S.H., P.J. Brown, C.A. Blanche, R.W. Brinker, and D.H. Thompson. 2011. A ‘driving force’ in developing the nation’s forests: The McIntire-Stennis Cooperative Forestry Research Program. Journal of Forestry 109(3): 15 141-148.
Bullard, S.H., and T.J. Straka. 2011. Basic Concepts in Forest Valuation and Investment Analysis. Edition 3. Copyright Bullard-Straka, 330 p.
Fisher, T., K. Glasener, C. Bijl, M.L. Watts, L. Randel, S. Bullard, and J. Gulliford. 2010. Food, Nutrition, and Natural Resource Sciences in the FY
2011 Budget. Chapter 27, American Assoc. for the Advancement of Science Report XXXV, Research and Development FY 2011, AAAS, 1200 New York Ave., NW, Washington, DC, pp. 263-272.
Straka, T.J., and S.H. Bullard. 2010. Forestry and natural resources investment analysis via computer software. Wood Southern Africa and Timber Times 35(4):11-13