"The World's Scariest Serial Killers," Topic of Program, Wed., Oct. 26, at DeSales University
Dr. Katherine Ramsland, assistant professor of forensic psychology at DeSales and an expert in forensic psychology and serial killers, will speak on "The World's Scariest Serial Killers," at noon, Wed., Oct. 26, in Trexler Library at DeSales. The presentation is part of the Brown Bag Lunch Series and open to the public free of charge.
The author of numerous books on the subject of forensics and serial killers, Ramsland's latest work is "The Human Predator: A History of Serial Killers through the Ages." The book provides a chronological analysis of serial killing and discusses the development of forensic science and psychology. She researched over 1,000, from the world's first documented serial killer to female serial killers, and notorious killers such as the BTK Strangler and Ed Gein.
Ramsland has also been consulted by national media on forensic issues and has appeared on the Today Show, National Public Radio, and on cable programs, including Discovery, the Learning Channel, the Women's Entertainment Network and AMC. She will appear this week on a documentary, "The Secret Life of Vampires," on Friday, October 28 on A&E.
Trexler Library established the Brown Bag Lunch Series in September 1999. The purpose of the series is to provide faculty, staff, and students an opportunity to share their research projects, personal interests, and hobbies with the whole DeSales University community.
For more information on the Brown Bag Lunch Series please contact Loretta Ulincy, public services librarian at DeSales University's Trexler Library, at 610-282-1100, ext. 1446.
Press Release: "The World's Scariest Serial Killers," Topic of Program, Wed., Oct. 26, at DeSales University | Posted on: 10/24/2005
For more info:
Tom McNamara, Executive Director of Communications
DeSales University | 2255 Station Avenue | Center Valley, PA 18034
610.282.1100 x1219 | Tom.McNamara@desales.edu