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Women’s institute fosters leadership, political action
June 1, 2016

By Steve Nakata, Administrative Services

new-leadership-webPULLMAN, Wash. – Seventeen women from universities in Washington and Idaho are participating in the National Education for Women (NEW) Leadership Institute through June 7 at Washington State University.

LeLoup promoted to vice provost
September 27, 2007

Former associate vice provost Lance LeLoup has been named vice provost of International Programs.

 

Such top-level leadership is necessary to make WSU a global university, said Robert Bates, WSU provost.“This is comparable to what our peer institutions and the leading universities are doing,” he said.

 

In the past two years, International Programs has created a global studies office and minor. It has helped colleges strengthen international collaboration with universities abroad, expanded projects in Africa and the developing world, and increased education abroad participation by 15-20 percent annually.

 

In addition, in the last few weeks there has been a 20.7 percent increase in … » More …