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The Leonhard Center

The Leonhard Center for Enhancement of Engineering Education was established in 1990 by an endowment from William and Wyllis Leonhard. The Leonhard Center strives to catalyze and support the enhancements to teaching, learning, and assessment processes required to sustain world-class engineering education at Penn State. To achieve this goal, the Leonhard Center builds strategic partnerships, initiates programs, and supports faculty-driven endeavors designed to foster significant — sometimes transformational — enhancements to undergraduate and graduate education.

Upcoming Workshops

Jul
25

Study Abroad 101 - First Year Students

bit.ly/Abroad101
12:00 PM

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Aug
29

Engineering Study Abroad Fair!

Kunkle Lounge
10:00 AM-3:00 PM

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Oct
23

Explore Your Engineering Journey Abroad!

202 Hammond Building
12:00 PM

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About

The Leonhard Center for Enhancement of Engineering Education was established in 1990 by an endowment from William and Wyllis Leonhard. Its mission is to catalyze the changes that are crucial to maintaining world-class engineering education at Penn State. In 2006 the Leonhard Center became the home for two other major programs that support teaching and learning in the College - the Office of Assessment & Instructional Support and Programs for Engineering Writing & Speaking.

The Leonhard Center

201 Hammond Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802-4710

Phone: 814-865-4020