skip to content skip to navigation

fyi logo

February 4, 2005
Volume 42, No. 7


Small Wonder: Scientists explore the brave new (little) world of nanoscience
Grand re-opening reveals new and improved Burge
Hawkeye docs and trainers think fast and score with lifesaving move at football game dinner
Staff orientation offers some new tidbits for old-timers

news and briefs

News Briefs
Faculty, Global Scholars announced
Distinguished UI scholar of human rights to deliver annual Presidential Lecture
Nine receive Instructional Improvement Awards

January Longevity Awards



Bulletin Board

Offices and Awards

Publications and Creations

Ph.D. Thesis Defenses

other links

TIAA Cref Unit Values

Learning and Development Courses

The University of Iowa

The University of Iowa

Grand re-opening reveals new and improved Burge

Officials cut the ribbon at the grand opening.

President David Skorton; Anne Harkins, Burge Market Place food service manager; Greg Black, director of campus food services; James O’Hollearn, Associated Residence Halls student representative; Von Stange, director of residence services; and Phillip Jones, vice president for student services and dean of students, cut the ribbon to officially open the facilities at a reception Jan.19. Photos by Tom Jorgensen.


After years of anticipation and renovation, the students and staff who call Burge Residence Hall home are showing off their new kitchen (the expanded Burge Market Place) and living room (the stylish new lobby).

Workers flip pancakes in the renovated Burge kitchen.
Burge Market Place student employee Kayla Losinski and cook Phil Kramer are among the dozens of UI staff who work hard to keep hundreds fed every day in the multifaceted dining facility. Burge Market Place is not only for the enrolled; it’s for regular people, too—open to the public every day. Visit for menus and hours.




Published by University Relations Publications. Copyright The University of Iowa 2005. All rights reserved.


Back to top    Home


The University of Iowa University Relations Publications The University of Iowa