Karl L. Falk Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Stanford University, 1932; Doctor of Philosophy, University Berlin, 1936.
Member faculty department foreign language, Fresno State College (now California State University at Fresno), 1938-1942;
faculty division society science, Fresno State College (now California State University at Fresno), 1946-1968;
head division social science, Fresno State College (now California State University at Fresno), 1950-1963;
from professor economics to professor economics emeritus, Fresno State College (now California State University at Fresno), from 1968;
acting president college, Fresno State College (now California State University at Fresno), 1969-1970;
chemical economist, Department Commerce, Washington, 1942;
dean, Sierra Summer School, 1948;
Fulbright lecturer, Technische Hochschule Stuttgart, Germany, 1954-1955;
president, First Savings & Loan Association, 1957-1975;
Chairman of the Board, First Savings & Loan Association, 1957-1981. Director California State International Programs, Germany and Sweden, 1963-1964. Director international affairs California State Colls., 1965-1966.
Lecturer unites states department State in, Germany, Austria, 1955, 56, 60, 64.
Member of the United States National Commission, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 1957-1959. Chairman Fresno City Housing Authority, 1951-1969. Vice chairman Fresno County Housing Authority, from 1981, chairman, from 1982.
President National Association Housing and Redevelopment Officials, 1960-1961. Member California Common for Housing and Community Development, 1966-1967;board directors, vice chairman Foundation for Cooperative Housing, 1965-1980, chairman, 1981-1988, emeritus chairman, honorary trustee, 1988. Chairman overseas cooperative development committee, Washington, 1985-1986.
Served with Army of the United States, 1943-1946. Member American Economics Association Beta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu, Beta Gamma Sigma.
Married Doris Finger, June 21, 1936.
1938 - 1942
1946 - 1968
1954 - 1955
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