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Renowned criminologist to present serial killer research at BHSU

The University Programming (UP) Team at Black Hills State University will host Dr. Jack Levin, renowned criminologist, Wednesday, March 12 at 7 p.m. in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union Jacket Legacy Room. 

Levin’s presentation, "Serial Killers and Mass Murderers - Up Close and Personal," will detail his personal and professional experiences with serial killers, victims, and killer groupies.  Levin has published 14 books, numerous research articles, and appeared on television programs such as Unsolved Mysteries, Oprah, and 20/20.  His expertise is routinely used as evidence in legal cases.

The lecture is free to the public, students, faculty, and staff.  For more information, contact Mary Fleming at 641-1944 or MaryAFleming@BHSU.edu.

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