A college is a rich resource for a dining service and one of the hallmarks of ISU Dining is its close working relationships with other sectors of the ISU community. Dining Director Nancy Levandowski works closely with the Dept. of Residence and maintains an advisory board of key campus figures who receive regular updates on ISU Dining’s projects, activities and results. ISU Dining also employs more than 1,400 student workers. To reduce turnover, as well as to foster morale and ...

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