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Tuesday January 24, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY CHALLENGES FOR THE NEW ADMINISTRATION Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend

This program is filled. Registration is now closed.
In collaboration with the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh and the United States Army War College.
Each new administration must define its national security strategies in a complex world. During this National Security Briefing, senior officers representing several branches of the United States military will speak about a variety of national security issues and the role that the military plays in addressing these challenges. Included in this are Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) threats, the possibility of U.S. assistance in Mexican and Central American border patrol, and how to ensure a stable future in conflict zones. Registration is required for this program.


    Location: Multi-Purpose Room
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misc_none 1:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Free SAT practice test Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend

Presented by: The Princeton Review

On this Peters Township teacher in-service day, students can take a free, full-length practice SAT at the library. These exams are created to give students a feel for the real exam and where they stand. Exams are reviewed and graded by Princeton Review, and results are emailed directly to the student. With the SAT test scheduled for Mar. 11, 2017, this information allows time for students to brush up on important skills. Register to attend through Princeton Review at . Registrations will not be taken at the library.

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misc_none 7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Justice Delayed: Solving Crimes with Forensic Science Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend

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Panel display begins at 6 p.m. and will continue to be displayed after program. Book signing to follow program. Meet author Steve Hallock and Forensic Science expert Raymond Hsieh in a discussion of solving a local 34 year old
Cold Case – Justice Delayed: The Catherine Janet Walsh Story. Several members of California University of Pennsylvania Forensic Science Club will be available before the program and following the program.

Dr. Steve Hallock, author of the book Justice Delayed: The Catherine Janet Walsh Story, will speak about his book and the effects of murder on a small close-knit community of friends, relatives and neighbors in Monaca, PA. Dr. Hallock is director of the graduate studies program for the School of Communication at Point Park University and has a Ph.D. in Journalism from Ohio University.

Dr. Raymond Hsieh will speak about the role of Forensic Science in solving the Catherine Janet Walsh case. Dr. Hsieh will discuss what makes up trace evidence and biological evidence. Dr. Hsieh is a Professor in Criminal Justice and Forensic Science at California University of Pennsylvania and Director of Justice Studies. He is certified as a Computer Forensic Examiner and holds numerous professional forensic certifications. Dr. Hsieh has a Ph.D. in Communication Technology from The State University of New York at Buffalo.

Angela Novak, President, California University of Pennsylvania Forensic Science Club, will facilitate the student participation for this event. Student research topics/trifold displays include Autopsy, Forensic Anthropology, DNA, Digital
Forensics, Evidence and Mock Crime Scene.

    Location: Multi-Purpose Room
Saturday March 11, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Maintain Your Brain Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend

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Presented by Kevin Kramer, Executive Director of Generations for Healthy Living
Recent research suggests you can delay the effects of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease by building and maintaining your “cognitive reserve”. Learn how you can build and improve your cognitive reserve at any age. The time to start is NOW. This free program is brought to you by Senior Living Advisors, the premier senior placement service in Western Pennsylvania.

    Location: Multi-Purpose Room
Wednesday March 22, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Ancient Mysteries of Southwestern Pennsylvania Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend

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Local author and historian Lawrence Gallant will discuss the ancient mysteries of Southwestern Pennsylvania. He will focus on archaeological discoveries along Peters Creek such as the recently found “Mystery Stone,” the copper plates recovered from the faces of two giant skeletons in an “Indian” mound, a “Pennsylvania pyramid” and other enigmatic subjects. Mr. Gallant is editor of Ancient American magazine and is founder of their field investigator program. He also belongs to the Heinz History Center speaker’s team and has lectured at conferences and universities around the country as well as local historical societies. This presentation will also introduce the possible formation of a Peters Township Historical Forum.

    Location: Multi-Purpose Room
Tuesday April 4, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM The Inheritance: A Family on the Front Lines of the Battle Against Alzheimer’s Disease Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend

Alzheimer’s is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States and the only cause of death in the top 10 without any way to stop or slow it down. The Inheritance, by Niki Kapsambelis, follows the DeMoe family of North Dakota as they struggle with the most devastating form of the disease; an inherited genetic mutation that causes the disease in 100 percent of all cases, striking its victims in their 40s, killing them in their 50s. Multiple generations of the DeMoe family are participating in a worldwide study that seeks to find a treatment for Alzheimer’s by 2025. Robin McIntyre, 33, and her sister Jessica, 36, are two members of the DeMoe family who will appear with author Niki Kapsambelis
at this event. The Inheritance follows this family’s courageous journey into Alzheimer’s research and the dramatic history of this disease. Book signing and reception to follow program.

Niki Kapsambelis was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. She worked for several years as a newswoman for the Associated Press in New England, Los Angeles and Pittsburgh. Her work has appeared in publications around the world, including The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and People magazine. She lives in Mt. Lebanon.

    Location: Multi-Purpose Room
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