Choose another area Floor One

The first floor of the research wing will house a specialized research laboratory space. In the instructional wing, the building's showplace lobby, along with one problem- based learning classroom, associated labs and prep rooms will be on this floor.

Floor Two

The second floor will house a mixture of classrooms, instructional labs, group study rooms, research space, offices and a synthesis lab for chemical research.

Floor Three

The third floor of the research wing will be dedicated to energy research, with labs, dedicated offices and a large graduate student work area. In the instructional wing, this floor will house group study rooms, traditional classrooms and one problem-based learning classroom, associated labs and prep rooms.

Floor Four

The fourth floor of the research wing will be dedicated to environmental research, with labs, dedicated offices and a large graduate student work area. In the instructional wing, this floor will house one problem-based learning classroom, associated labs and prep rooms.

Grounds

The grounds include an environmentally engineered courtyard and rain garden.

Building

This 194,000 square foot facility will be a hub of teaching and research on campus.

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Grounds Areas
Recognition Item Location Gift Amount
A. Unlit Bench 12' 6"Northwest Courtyard 10,000
B. Lit Bench 8' 6"Northwest Courtyard 15,000
C. Lit Bench 8' 6"Northwest Courtyard 15,000
D. Lit Bench 20' 6"Central Courtyard 20,000
E. Lit Bench 8' 6"West Central Courtyard 15,000
F. Lit Bench 8' 6"Southwest Courtyard 15,000
G. Unlit Bench 12' 6"Southwest Entrance 10,000
H. Unlit Bench 12' 6"Central Courtyard 10,000
J. Unlit Bench 7' 6"Academy North Entrance 10,000
CourtyardN/A1,000,000
Rain GardenN/A250,000
Room Number Wing Recognition Item Offered To
I. Unlit Bench 8' 6"Courtyard West 10,000Carol M. Yandziak Seaman '73

Grounds

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The grounds are intended to be a green gathering place where students can congregate on nice days to study and socialize. The courtyard creates a welcoming new green space on a portion of campus that is set to expand, with more residence hall space just a few yards away.

ISE Lab's grounds are not just green to the eye, but have environmentally green aspects as well. The courtyard landscape utilizes native plants and a rain garden eliminates stormwater runoff. Pedestrians look up to see one of the building's green roofs. ISE Lab was constructed to achieve, at minimum, the standards of the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED Silver designation. This represents a significant investment in environmentally friendly products, equipment and design standards.

The University of Delaware has a strong history of environmental research and education. It's not just something we teach, it's something we live.

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