Herman K. Fulmer Residence Hall
- Year Constructed: 1969
- First Female Dorm on Campus
Fulmer features traditional two-person rooms with shared bathrooms on the hall and three floors. It is currently an all-female hall located on west campus. When it was opened in 1969, it was the first all female dormitory on campus. Fulmer originally cost $327,000 to construct and was designed by James C. Wise, Simpson, Aiken and Associates.
Honorary- Herman K. Fulmer Residence Hall was named in honor of Herman Fulmer's continuos support of the Institute from his years of a professor of mathematics.
Herman K. Fulmer was a professor of mathematics at Georgia Tech and acting head of the mathematics department in 1952. Born in Como, Mississippi, he received his B. S. degree from the University of Mississippi in 1921 and his Masters degree from Columbia University in mathematics in 1922. Subsequently, he joined the Georgia Tech faculty as an instructor in mathematics. Prof. Fulmer is a veteran of World War I and a member of the American Mathematical Society, Mathematical Association of America, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, ANAK, and the Georgia Education Association.