A panel of experts featuring the chief medical officer at Pinnacle Health Systems in Harrisburg will sort through the issues surrounding American health care reform Wednesday, Oct. 7 at Penn State Harrisburg.
The free public presentation will be in the Gallery Lounge of Olmsted Building on campus beginning at noon.
Jamiel Terry grew up as the adopted son of one of America’s most outspoken opponents of abortion and homosexuality.
Termed “a child of movement royalty” by the Washington Post, Jamiel was even an active supporter of his father, Randall Terry and his Operation Rescue. That ended when Jamiel revealed he was gay in a 2004 magazine article.
Even the midstate is not immune to the fastest-growing criminal activity in the world – human trafficking.
“We know it is going on in Central Pennsylvania; we just don’t know where it is,” says Penn State Harrisburg Professor of Criminal Justice Barbara Sims. “The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) estimates total annual revenue for world-wide trafficking in persons to be between $5 billion and $9 billion.”
“Paranormal State” comes to Penn State Harrisburg Saturday, Oct. 3 when founder of the Paranormal Research Society and host of the popular A&E television program, Ryan Buell, makes a public presentation at 7 p.m. in the Student Center of the Capital Union Building.
Penn State Harrisburg celebrated Constitution Day Sept. 17 with both historical and contemporary views of its impact on homeland security from three faculty members.
Associate Professor of History and Humanities David Witwer began the presentation by not focusing on current homeland security issues, but rather on the post-Civil War era which saw a greatly expanded role of the federal government over the states in battling the Ku Klux Klan and other dissident groups in “America’s first war on terror.”