So much more
than a floor.
|Average Ceiling Height||9′|
|Average Window Size||4′ x 5′|
|Furnishings||Lofted bed; desk with bookshelf and desk chair; wardrobe with drawers and hanging space; waste basket; recycle bin; mirror; towel bar; blinds.|
|More Details||Berry House has a den that has tables and chairs for studying, playing game or a quiet place to stretch out and relax. Each house has two bathrooms. Sinks are in one area with fully-enclosed toilet rooms and fully-enclosed individual shower rooms that have a place for changing. A water bottle refill station promotes the Department of Residence’s green initiatives.|
Named for Clifford Berry, co-inventor of the electronic digital computer. Berry received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 1939. He was recommended by his professor to join John Vincent Atanasoff to assist him in his computing machine project. In 1940 they created the Atanasoff–Berry computer. Dr. Berry was issued 19 patents in the area of mass spectrometry, 11 patents in various areas of vacuum and electronics and, at the time of his death, had 13 patents pending.