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Terry E. Tullis, Professor
Department of Geological Sciences
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912-1846

Phone:     (401) 863-3829
FAX:        (401) 863-2058  



B.A. Carleton College, 1964
M.S. UCLA, 1967

Ph.D. UCLA, 1971
    Dissertation topic: "Experimental Development of Preferred
                                Orientation of Mica During Recrystallization"

Professional Appointments:

1964 (June-Sept)       Tectonophysics Summer Field Assistant, Shell Development Co.

1968-69                       Research Assistant, Institute of Geophysics, UCLA

1969-70                       Acting Instructor, Department of Geology, UCLA

1970-76                       Assistant Professor, Brown University, Department of Geological Sciences

1976-89                       Associate Professor, Brown University, Department of Geological Sciences

1976-77 (Sept-Jan)    Visiting Fellow, Australian National University, Research School of Earth Sciences

1977 (Jan-June)          Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Office of Earthquake Studies

1984 (April-May)         Visiting Professor, Texas A&M University, Center for Tectonophysics

1989-                            Professor, Brown University, Department of Geological Sciences

1990 (Sept.-Oct.)        Visiting Professor, Harvard University

1990 (Aug, Oct.-Dec.) Geophysicist, GS-15, United States Geological Survey Office of Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Eng. Geol.

1997-1998                    Adjunct Prof., South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Dept. of Geology & Geol. Eng.


Phi Beta Kappa, 1964

Sigma Xi, 1964

National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship, 1964-68

Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship, 1973-75

U. S. National Committee for Rock Mechanics Annual Award for 1990 for Outstanding Basic Research in Rock Mechanics for the paper "Roughness and Wear During Brittle Faulting," J. Geophys. Res., 93, 15268-15278, by W. L. Power, T. E. Tullis, and J. D. Weeks.