Office: Chambers 2262
Phone: (704) 894-2314
Fax: (704) 894-2071
Political Science Department
P.O. Box 6930
Davidson, NC 28035-6930
Graham Bullock is an Assistant Professor of Political Science and Environmental Studies at Davidson College. He received his PhD from the University of California, Berkeley in Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, where he completed his dissertation on product eco-labels, corporate sustainability ratings, and other forms of information-based environmental governance. Dr. Bullock also has a Masters of Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and a bachelor's degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University (with a Certificate in East Asian Studies). He was the recipient of the Stone Award for the Best Masters Paper on Environmental and Resource Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, and at Princeton he received the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department Prizes for most outstanding undergraduate work and best theoretical thesis.
Dr. Bullock has also served as The Nature Conservancy's Ecotourism Coordinator in China, where he worked with local entrepreneurs, villagers, and government officials in developing community-based ecotourism enterprises for nearly three years. He is also a co-founder of GoodGuide, which provides information about the social, environmental, and health performance of over 100,000 consumer products through both an online database and an iPhone application. Dr. Bullock has also worked at a range of other environmentally-related organizations, including the World Wildlife Fund, Resources for the Future, the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association and the Edison Electric Institute.
At Davidson, Dr. Bullock teaches American Politics (POL 111), Environmental Social Sciences (ENV 202), Environmental Politics (POL 338), The Politics of Information (POL 328), Methods and Statistics in Political Science (POL 221), and Citizens, Consumers, and the Environment. (POL 472).