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educator freelance writer

Arthur Ralph Pastore was American educator freelance writer. Named Outstanding Faculty, State University of New York-Morrisville, 1976; recipient Townsend Premium award, Yale University, 1947, Distinguished Broadcasting award, American University, 1975. Member of Society Professional Journalists, National Press Club, Kappa Tau Alpha, Sigma Delta Chi.

Background

Pastore, Arthur Ralph was born on April 22, 1922 in New York City. Son of Arthur Ralph and Elvira (Frasca) Pastore.

Education

Bachelor, Yale University, 1947. Master of Science, Columbia University, 1948. Master of Arts, University Maryland, 1972.

Postgrad, University Geneva-Switzerland, 1951. Postgrad, University Paris-France, 1952.

Career

News editor Fairchild Public, New York City, 1947—1950. With New York Herald Tribune, 1946—1950, Paris Bureau Newsweek Magazine, 1954—1956, Foreign Press Service, United States Department State, Vienna, 1951—1953, Paris Bureau International News Service, 1956—1957. Professor Duquesne University, Pennsylvania, 1960—1966.

Faculty American University, Washington, 1967—1968, Montgomery College, Takoma Park, Maryland, 1968—1969, University Maryland, College Park, 1969—1970, Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland, 1970—1980, Graduate School, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, 1973—1980. With United States Army, 1943-1946.

Works

Membership

Member of Society Professional Journalists, National Press Club, Kappa Tau Alpha, Sigma Delta Chi.

Connections

Married Anna Lee Brooks Pastore. 1 stepchild John Brooks.

father:
Arthur Ralph Pastore

mother:
Elvira (Frasca) Pastore

spouse:
Anna Lee Brooks Pastore