Fulmer House

Linden Hall

House Details

Floor #: 1
Gender: Male
Capacity: 36
Room #s: 100-135
A/C: No
Bed Type: Lofted
Floor Type: Tile
Room Types: Single, Double, Triple
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Ceiling Height: 9'8"

House History

FULMER, Ellis I. (1891-1953) received degrees as follows: B.A. Nebraska Wesleyan University 1912; M.A. University of Nebraska 1913; Ph.D. 1919, University of Toronto. He was first appointed to the Iowa State staff in 1919. He progressed through the academic ranks and became a professor of chemistry in 1923. He was well known for his research in colloid chemistry, a major contributor to the field of fermentation chemistry and the physiology and metabolism of micro-organisms, principally yeast. He gave constuctive aid in helping the University Library staff to establish book collections in chemistry.