Henry Bulley

Assistant Professor, Social Sciences and Human Services

Henry Bulley obtained a B.Sc. in Natural Resource Management from the University of Science and Technology, Ghana. He earned his M.Sc.F. in Remote sensing/ GIS/ Watershed Hydrology from Lakehead University, Canada, and his PhD in Geography from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

His background is in the applications of Geospatial techniques (GIS and remote sensing) and machine learning (classification tree algorithms) to water resource assessments. His research interest is in understanding the interactions between anthropological land use dynamics and the natural environment with a focus on sustainable water resource management. As a native of Ghana in West Africa, he has an outreach interest to facilitate the adoption of geospatial science and landscape ecology principles for assessing ecosystems services to support sustainable development in Sub-Saharan Africa.

He plans to use his extensive international experiences and perspectives to enrich his teaching of Geography courses such as Human Geography, Population Geography, and Environmental Conservation, and GIS while developing problem-solving and critical thinking skills in students. He plans to maintain a collaborative and student-centered research, with active publication and outreach.