Penn State's College of Engineering, established in 1896, has a long tradition as one of the country's leading educators of engineers. Approximately one in fifty engineers in the United States with a bachelor's degree in engineering earned that degree from Penn State. Through its land grant tradition, Penn State Engineering strives for national leadership in innovative engineering education, vigorous R&D partnerships with U.S. industry, and service initiatives through continuing education, technology transfer, and support for governmental agencies.

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University Park PA 16802
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