Greg Rulifson

Office: SH 306

Phone: (303)273-3596 

grulifson@mines.edu 

At the School of Mines, Greg teaches Humanitarian Engineering courses, EPICS Design, and core HASS courses. He co-advises the Mines Without Borders team and is a liaison to poverty alleviation organizations through the Posner Center for International Development in Denver. Greg earned his PhD at CU Boulder by studying how students’ understanding of the relationship between social responsibility and engineering changed throughout college. He has international experience working in Nicaragua and Indonesia engineering structures and working with community members to mitigate their risk due to earthquakes and tsunamis. He earned an M.S. from Stanford University in Structural Engineering and Risk Analysis and a B.S. from UC Berkeley in Civil Engineering with a minor in Global Poverty and Practice.

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