Dr. MARSHALL J. BURAK
1968 Doctor of Business Administration, University of Southern California
Major - Finance
Minors - Marketing, Economics/Business Economics, Management
Special Areas of Interest - International Finance and Trade
1959 MBA, University of California Los Angeles
Major - Finance Minor - Management
1958 BS, University of California Los Angeles
Major - Finance
1959 Elected to Scholastic Honorary Fraternity, Beta Gamma Sigma, UCLA 1986 Elected to Scholastic Honorary Fraternity, Phi Kappa Phi, SJSU
Professional Conference Presentations and Proceedings [1990-1995]:
1995 Panel Chair, Information Management Issues Conference, San Jose, CA
1990 Presentation to National Accountants Association, "Business Ethics in the Financial Community"
1990 Presentation at AACSB Annual Meeting, "Approaches to Ethics: Leaping the Wall"
Public Service, Consulting Engagements and Grants Received [1990-1995]:
1995 Member, Board of Directors, CIG Insurance Corporation
1995 Board Member, Silicon Valley Capital Network, a subsidiary of Joint Venture Silicon Valley
1995-1993 Chair, Sister County Commission, Province of Florence, Italy and the County of Santa Clara
1995-1994 Member, Board of Directors, Econologic Corporation
1993-1992 President, Western Association of Collegiate Schools of Business
1994 David and Lucile Packard Foundation, $500,000, for the Business Classroom Renovation Project.
1994 Knight-Ridder Foundation, $200,000, for the Business Classroom Renovation Project.
1993 $250,000/year Federal grant (1993-1999) for establishment and operation of the International Institute for Surface Transportation Policy Studies (IISTPS)
1993 $250,000/year State standard agreement (1993-1998) for establishment and operation of the International Institute for Surface Transportation Policy Studies (IISTPS) to conduct education and research projects.
1993 Hewlett-Packard Corporation, $497,000, for expansion of the Advanced Learning Center Lab and networking of the Business Classroom and office building.
1992 Hewlett-Packard Corporation, $244,074, for Advanced Learning Center Lab.
1991 Hewlett-Packard Corporation, $125,089, for micro-computer lab upgrade.
1990 Hewlett-Packard Corporation, $366,333, for computer equipment to upgrade our micro-computer laboratories.
Innovations in Teaching, Curriculum Development [1990-1995]:
Participant in the B.S. in Business Administration Curriculum Revision Task Force.
Certification, Honors and Recognition:
1991 Paul Harris Fellowship Award, Rotary Club
University, College, Department Committees [1990-1995]:
1995-94 Chair, University Writing Requirements Committee
Active Service to Professional Organizations [1990-1995]:
Member, Board of Directors, International Institute for Surface Transportation Policy Studies (IISTPS)
Three-year term, American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (Accreditation Organization), Continuing Accreditation Committee, 1988-1991
Private Sector Investment Panel, City of San Jose
Economic Development Board, City of San Jose
Business Journal (Publication) Advisory Board
Board of Trustees, City Center Ballet
Financial Executives Institute (FEI)
American Accounting Association
Academy of International Business
Financial Management Association
Decision Sciences Institute
AACSB and WACSB (National and Regional Accreditation Organization)
Rotary Club of San Jose
Capital Club of San Jose (also a Board member)
Bay Area Ethics Consortium
Cumulative Summary of Years of Professional Work:
San Jose State University, year of beginning employment: 1981
Service at other institutions of higher education (names and dates):
Babson College, Babson Park (Wellesley), Massachusetts, 1977-1981
Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, 1969-1977
Professional full-time service in industry, government, non-profits (names, titles, and dates):
Union Bank, Executive Administration, 1968-1969
Aerospace Corporation, Administrator, Executive Offices and Administrative Division Budgets, 1963-1969
American Savings and Loan Association (First Charter Financial), Manager of Administrative Services, Assistant to Controller, 1961-1963
Diners Club, Incorporated, Manager of Administrative Services, Assistant to Executive Vice President, 1959-1961