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About John Bilorusky

John Bilorusky is President of WISR and Member of WISR's core faculty. John was one of WISR's four founders in 1975, and WISR has been, and will continue to be, the hub of his professional and community involvements. John received his BA from the University of Colorado (cum laude in Physics and cum laude in General Studies) in 1967. He received his MA from the University of California at Berkeley in 1968 and his PhD in Higher Education from UC Berkeley in 1972. He has also held major faculty appointments in the College of Community Services at the University of Cincinnati (1971-73), in the Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies at UC Berkeley (1970-71) and at University Without Walls-Berkeley (1973-74). He has actively written and published in the field of adult learning and social change. He lives with his wife, Janet, and 18-year-old twins, Kyle and Nicole. Janet is a nurse at the Regional Center of the East Bay, serving and supporting people with developmental disabilities. Kyle and Nicole are currently enrolled at Berkeley City College. He has an adult son, Clark, who has a Master's in Asian American Studies from San Francisco State, and who lives with his wife, Donna, and their two children, Ilaw and Tala, in Vallejo, CA. Clark provides Tech Support in the Union City School District.

Invitation to Engage in Post-Conference Dialogue and to Listen to Audio Recordings of Sessions

WISR’s 3rd annual conference is now over, and now, and over the next couple of weeks, we will begin to use this blog site to: 1) post audio recordings of the conference sessions, 2) share some photos from the conference, and 3) … Continue reading

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We’re looking forward to WISR’s 3rd Annual Conference!

Welcome!  This blog is devoted to information, posts and comments about WISR’s upcoming 3rd annual conference, Thursday evening, August 25 through Saturday evening, August 27.  We’re really looking forward to this year’s conference.  We expect about 50 participants–students, faculty, Board, alumni, … Continue reading

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