Campus: CSU, Fullerton -- May 17, 2001

CSUF Professor Selected for International Conference

WHO: Dr. Barry A. Pasternack, chair and professor of information systems and decisions sciences, is one of 20 California faculty members selected to attend the inaugural California State University International Faculty Partnership Conference, "The New Europe and the New California: Coexistence, Convergence and Collision of Cultural Communities."

WHEN: June 24-29

WHERE: Baden-Württemberg, Germany

ADDITIONAL: The conference is designed to provide international experiences for faculty members from throughout the CSU system. In order to increase faculty opportunities and to foster international faculty partnerships, the CSU Academic Council for International Programs is launching a series of conferences, beginning in Germany. Faculty members from Baden-Württemberg will join CSU faculty members at a California conference scheduled for September 2002.

Pasternack joined the Cal State Fullerton faculty in 1977 and has served as chair of the information systems and decisions sciences department (formerly known as management science/information systems) since 1995. He is a member of the statewide CSU and CSUF academic senates and chairs the CSU Faculty Flow Committee looking into the challenges of recruitment, retirement and retention. Pasternack is co-author of "Applied Management Science" published by John Wiley. The north Tustin resident earned his doctorate in operations research at UC Berkeley.

MEDIA CONTACTS: Pasternack at (714) 278-2221 or
Pamela McLaren of Public Affairs at (714) 278-4852 or

PHOTO: A photograph of Pasternack can be downloaded from the university's Web site at:

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