University of Vermont

Campus Photo Tour

Image of the delehanty building

Outside of Delehanty Hall

Delehanty Hall (Perkins Museum)

map of showing location of Delehanty Hall (Perkins Museum)  in the UVM campus

What happens here – Delehanty Hall and the Geology Department are located on UVM's Trinity Campus, directly across the street from the main campus. Thought of as the Geology Department's greatest resource, this 40,000 square foot building (renovated in 2004), is a hub of activity. Students work and study in new classrooms, laboratories such as the Cosmogenic Isotope Lab, the Stable Isotope Lab or the Limnogeology Lab (eight labs total). Delehanty is also home to the Perkins Geology Museum, a repository of Vermont fossils and geological wonders that is open to the public.