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Memorial HallMemorial Hall

Memorial Hall, built in 1924, was dedicated as the state's memorial to the Delawareans who served and died in World War I. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Geographically, Memorial Hall sits at the center of The Green, and originally served as the dividing point between the men's (to the north) and women's (to the south) areas of the University of Delaware.

Originally home of the University Library, Memorial Hall was reopened following a $9.8 million, 15-month renovation, primarily funded by the state of Delaware, and was formally rededicated in a ceremony on May 16, 1999. Today Memorial Hall is the home of the department of English and the Writing Center.

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Gore HallGore Hall

Gore Hall, dedicated April 25, 1998, is the result of a generous gift from Mrs. W. L. Gore, trustee Robert W. Gore '59, and Sally Gore '76M. The Gore family donated $17.5 million to cover the entire cost of the high-tech classroom building. This gift is among the largest private donations ever made to the University of Delaware.

The total seating capacity of Gore Hall is 1,225 students, with the largest classroom holding 81 students and the smallest holding 20. A variety of classroom styles are represented in the building, including four seminar rooms, three tiered case study rooms on the first floor, one problem-based learning room on the second floor, and 17 general classrooms. All classrooms have advanced audio/video capabilities and campus computing network connections; some classrooms have connections at every student's seat.

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Alfred Lerner HallAlfred Lerner Hall

Alfred Lerner Hall, home of the Lerner College of Business and Economics, is part of a $15 million facility expansion and renovation for the college. The project was partially funded by MBNA America Bank and JP Morgan Bank, along with other contributions.

The 45,000-square-foot building is connected to Purnell Hall via a second story pedestrian overpass. A highlight of the building is the 3-story Chap Tyler Atrium, named in honor of a major benefactor of the College.

Alfred Lerner Hall contains administrative and faculty offices, four case-study classrooms, and the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance.

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