Terri Bullard

Terri Bullard

Fayetteville, AR, US

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Terri Bullard is an ambitious, emerging architectural designer, researcher and educator seeking the opportunity to design impactful spaces.  

Born and raised in The Bahamas, Terri was able to learn how architecture impacts the everyday and the episodic. Experiencing the comforts of passive systems in vernacular design and the necessity of architecture built to withstand natural disasters, she came to see architecture as a social act—a tool to prompt change, protect resources and manage development. 

Since beginning her studies in architecture in 2014, she has been a champion for sustainable design, disaster relief architecture, and diversity in design. She is looking to grow professionally at a firm that is motivated by innovation and community while providing thoughtful problem solving, architectural visualization and business development.



Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design; Architecture Department, Research + Design Intern

General duties include:
-Create graphic materials for publishing and presentations
-Travel to sites to collect and record data and/or samples
-Conduct literature reviews, analyze data
-Prepare materials for submission to granting agencies and foundations

Project specific duties include:
Collaborated with a professor to analyze and develop graphic representation for case studies pertaining to architectural and urban strategies.

Worked with the Urban Design Build Studio to develop investigative design proposals for a grant-funded Forestry Education Center

Conducted a precedent study and relevant material for fundraising and marketing of a new Multicultural Center

May 2019 - current

Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design; Architecture Department, Teaching Assistant

Selected by faculty to provide support, critique and mentorship for students in:
Design I - V
Architectural History
Environmental Technology
Summer Design Camp (K-12)

General duties include:
-Conducting assignment research and preparing hand outs
-Conducting desk crits with students
-Generating course materials such as program tutorials
-Managing grade books and assignment submission
-Keeping the studio morale high

May 2018 - current

University of Arkansas Resiliency Center, Research Assistant

Engaged in developing innovative architectural solutions in sustainable, small scale agriculture for multiple international cities

Aug 2018 - Aug 2019

Office of the Prime Minister of The Bahamas, Nassau, BS, Intern in the Economic Development + Planning Unit

Conducted research and developed urban planning solutions for the nationwide Vision 2040 Urban Action Plan.

General duties included:
-Meeting with various stakeholders
-Conducting community engagement meetings
-Collaborating with designers and consultants to generate designs and graphics for publishing

Apr 2017 - Aug 2017

The Architecture Studio, Nassau, BS, Draftsman

Developed construction documents congruent with city code and created 3D models; Assisted Head Draftsman with site visits and project submission.

Jan 2016 - Aug 2016


University of Arkansas, BArch, Architecture

The Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) degree prepares students for professional practice as an architect. The curriculum emphasizes architectural history, technology, and design. The Bachelor of Architecture program is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB).

Aug 2016 - Dec 2020


University of Arkansas Senior of Significance, Nomination

The Arkansas Alumni Association recognizes the outstanding achievements of each senior class by honoring the most exceptional students.


Boice Raidl Rhea Architects Award, Scholarship

For a senior student that demonstrates leadership, creativity, intellectual curiosity and high academic standards


University of Arkansas Honors College Study Abroad Grant, Grant

Awarded to top honors students to fund study abroad travel and research.


Irving N. Hepner Scholarship, Scholarship

Recognizes a hardworking student that exhibits potential for success in the practice of architecture


Fay Jones School All School Charrette, 2nd Place

Awarded 2nd Place in the annual interdisciplinary charrette for a landscape intervention in the protected Fay Woods forest.


Noland Blass Jr Scholarship, Scholarship

Recognizes a hardworking student with a commitment to academic and design excellence


Fay Jones School Architecture Book Award, Award

Awarded for high academic performance and intellectual curiosity


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