We're Engineering Tomorrow's Leaders
The Hart Center believes that leadership training produces exceptionally valuable engineers. Use these resources to become a world-changing leader.
Hart Leadership Assessment
The Hart Center partnered with the Center for Creative Leadership to create the Hart Leadership Program, which helps students maximize leadership development through three phases: Assess, Challenge and Support. The first step in the program is for students to take the Hart Leadership Assessment and meet with the Hart Center team to review results and create a Personal Development Plan. At the end of the first year, students may take the Hart Leadership Follow-Up Assessment to measure improvement and update and refine their goals and strategies. There is also an option for teams to review their performance and receive feedback through the Hart Leadership Team & Peer Review Assessment. For more information, click on the link below or email Kathy Hubbard.
Ice Cream Bash
The Ice Cream Bash is the annual back-to-school event at Lyle, occurring every fall semester on the first day of classes. New and returning students gather to enjoy ice cream, meet other students and mingle with engineering faculty and staff. SEJC members can reserve a table to promote their student organizations.
Student Engineering Joint Council
The Student Engineering Joint Council (SEJC) is a collection of officers representing all Lyle student organizations. SEJC membership status is automatically given to each group, enabling them to participate in events and receive financial support from the Hart Center. Current student groups need not apply; however, new organizations are encouraged to contact the Hart Center for membership information.
Graduate Leadership Certificate
The Graduate Leadership Certificate (GLC) program is a yearlong program that is free and open to all Lyle graduate students. This program also partners with the student organization Graduate Engineering Leaders (GEL) for collaborative projects.
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program
The Lyle Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program is open to Lyle undergraduate students who are interested in gaining research and laboratory experience over one summer. Students will be compensated for their work and have the chance the to develop leadership and presentation skills. Students who are interested in pursuing advanced degrees in engineering should apply.