Sept. 22, 2002

The dedication ceremony

The Du Pont Hall time capsule

The P.S. du Pont Chair of Engineering

Dedication ceremony photo album

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    Cutting the ribbon and officially opening Du Pont Hall are (from left) Tsu-Wei Chou, P.S. du Pont Chair of Engineering; Eric Kaler, dean of the College of Engineering; President David P. Roselle; Howard E. Cosgrove, chairman of the Board of Trustees; Janine Jelks-Seale, a member of the Class of 2004; Carol E. Hoffecker, Richards Professor of History; and Allan Greenberg, architect.
    In front of the building that bears his name, students wave state and international flags in tribute to P.S. du Pont, who made it possible for the University to launch its foreign study program, the first in the world.