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||Roderuck 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.|
Charlotte Roderuck’s career at Iowa State spanned nearly 40 years as a professor and eventually the director of the World Food Institute. Roderuck joined Iowa State in 1948 as a member of the Food and Nutrition faculty. She conducted extensive research on the elements of nutrition, including protein, cholesterol, and the role of fats in nutrition, lecithin, calcium, 4 amino acids, saccharides, vitamin E, folic acid, and vitamin B. She also concentrated her studies on children, producing articles that explored the relationship of nutrition to a child’s growth. She served as Assistant Dean of the Graduate College (1971-72), Assistant Director of the Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station (1973-75) and an Associate Dean of Home Economic Administration (1975-78). In 1977 Roderuck became the Director of the World Food Institute at Iowa State. Under her guidance, the Institute hosted the World Food Conference in 1976.