E. A. Trabant University Center

E. A. Trabant University Center (HM2EYQ)

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N 39° 40.905', W 75° 45.221'

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This building is named in honor of E. Arthur Trabant, who served two terms as President of the University of Delaware: 1968-87 and 1988-90. During his presidency, enrollment at the University doubled, the Laird Campus was developed, the University was established as a Sea Grant Institution and the University Honors Program and Winter Session were instituted and several major buildings were added across the campus.

Opened in April 1996 as the second student center on campus, this structure houses a lively concourse that features school colors, a food court, bookstore annex and large multipurpose rooms. There are also meeting rooms, a movie theatre, offices and the award-winning Vita Nova restaurant staffed by students in UD's Department of Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management. The center also features Daugherty Hall, an Historic stone church dating from 1868 that has been restored as a study area.
Placed ByUniversity of Delaware
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Date Added Saturday, March 16th, 2019 at 11:03am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)18S E 435367 N 4392706
Decimal Degrees39.68175000, -75.75368333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 39° 40.905', W 75° 45.221'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds39° 40' 54.3" N, 75° 45' 13.26" W
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