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Former vice provost of int’l programs loses battle to cancer
July 27, 2009


Lance LeLoup, who retired last month after a distinguished career in political science research, teaching and administration at WSU, died Thursday, July 23, at his home on Whidbey Island. He was 60 and had been suffering from cancer.


LeLoup, a highly regarded observer of the state political scene, had most recently served as vice provost of international programs for the university.


In his four years at International Programs, external funding for development projects around the world has tripled, the number of WSU students studying abroad has increased by 50 percent, international student enrollment has increased, international … » More …

LeLoup receives prestigious award
November 1, 2007

PULLMAN – Lance T. LeLoup, vice provost of International Programs and Edward R. Meyer Distinguished Professor of Political Science, was awarded the Aaron Wildavsky Lifetime Achievement Award for Research in Public Budgeting by the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management, the largest section of the American Society for Public Administration.

The award was presented in Washington D.C. Oct. 26 at the association’s national conference where LeLoup presented the keynote address to several hundred attendees. The award is named in honor of Aaron Wildavsky, one of the most influential scholars in political science and public … » More …