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Monday, October 18, 2021
THIS WEEK -- What do serial killers and Hollywood have in common?  Answer: Katherine Ramsland.
DeSales University's most prolific author, Katherine Ramsland, M.A., M.F.A, Ph.D teaches forensic psychology and is an Assistant Provost. She created the forensic track in the psychology program and helped create the online Master of Arts degree in criminal justice.  She has appeared on more than 200 crime documentaries and magazine shows, is an executive producer of Murder House Flip, an unconventional home-renovation show that takes on the country's most infamous homes - the ones known for the mysterious murders and incredible intrigue committed within their walls.and has consulted for CSI, Bones, and The Alienist. The author of more than 1,500 articles and 68 books, including How to Catch a Killer, The Psychology of Death Investigations, and The Mind of a Murderer, she worked with the self-named "BTK" serial killer, Dennis Rader on his autobiography. Dr. Ramsland currently pens the “Shadow-boxing” blog at Psychology Today and teaches seminars on extreme offenders to death investigators and homicide detectives. She came to DeSales specifically to teach forensic psychology, focusing on her field of expertise—extreme offenders. Having experienced the excitement of forensic psychology, she hopes to show students how to find and prepare for its many opportunities.
Katherine Ramsland


LAST WEEK -- Sue Zimskind, Assistant Deputy State Director for U.S. Senator Pat Toomey, spoke about her career in constituent relations and the tens of thousands of Pennsylvanians she and her staff have helped to navigate issues with federal agencies including IRS, Social Security, Veterans Affairs, and Immigration.
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Yours in Rotary service,
President Deb Walter