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Innovation and Leadership Development in the ECE Curriculum. ECEDHA July 2010. Objectives. Demonstrate need for innovation and leadership development in ECE curriculum Give examples of Lehigh University approaches using experiential learning Enterprise Systems Center Leadership Lab
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