two men sitting across a tableJoin Dr. Joseph W. Shane from Shippensburg University for this lunchtime discussion relating science and religion. Topics include general characteristics of science and religion, ways of relating the two, key people from history and contemporary society, and a discussion of issues where science and religion can and should cooperate for the common good.

This is a GoToMeeting and registration is required.

Dr. Shane is a Professor of Chemistry and Science Education at Shippensburg University. He has also taught short courses on science and religion to 16 different churches and also teaches an honors seminar on the topic at Shippensburg.

man on laptopThis course covers research fundamentals on Thomson Reuters Westlaw. 
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The course will include how to find a document by citation or name, search for documents on a legal issue, research a case, check if a case is still good law, and save your research for later. CLE participants will feel more comfortable performing standard research tasks on Westlaw. 1 hour/1 substantive credit. All CLE classes are presented by a representative from Thomson Reuters.

This class will be taught on WebEx. It is designed for lawyers only.

 

Tracy PawelskiOne Woman in the Himalayas recounts Tracy's journey of unexpected twists and turns on Nepal's famed Annapurna Circuit, one of the great treks in the world.

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You don’t have to aspire to walk in the Himalayas to relate to the lessons that Tracy highlights such as adapting quickly to changing circumstances and finding the guts to go on when plans don’t go like you expected. Like Winston Churchill said, “Success is not final, failure is not fatal. It’s the courage to continue that counts.” You won’t want to miss this talk.

 

About the Author

Professionally, Tracy Pawelski combines corporate communications experience with a background in politics and public policy. Her career has taken her from the halls of the U.S. Congress to the boardrooms of Corporate America. As the former Vice President of Communications for a global retail grocer, Tracy oversaw strategies for public relations, crisis communications, and community engagement. She managed a charitable foundation committed to the fight against hunger and improving the quality of life for children. Before returning to her roots in Pennsylvania, Tracy worked on national issues in the Office of National Drug Control Policy and U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. Tracy is an adventure traveler, preferring destinations out of the mainstream and activities that make your heart thump. She has published travel articles on these adventures and written two books about walking across Spain on El Camino de Santiago and trekking the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal. Tracy regularly speaks to audiences large and small about her books, travels and trekking, and women in leadership.

 

 

Tracy PawelskiJoin Tracy as she navigates the challenges and rewards of her journey in her memoir, One Woman's Camino -- including the endurance needed to walk 500 miles, the fellow pilgrims she meets along the way, and the internal struggles that come as she searches for answers.

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Ask Tracy how she walked those 500 miles, and she’ll answer, “One step at a time.” Whether the next step in your life is rewiring your priorities, resetting your course, or reconnecting with your faith, the first step can be the hardest. In Tracy’s talk, you’ll find the inspiration to make each step a new beginning in this uncertain but glorious journey we call life.

 

About the Author

Professionally, Tracy Pawelski combines corporate communications experience with a background in politics and public policy. Her career has taken her from the halls of the U.S. Congress to the boardrooms of Corporate America. As the former Vice President of Communications for a global retail grocer, Tracy oversaw strategies for public relations, crisis communications, and community engagement. She managed a charitable foundation committed to the fight against hunger and improving the quality of life for children. Before returning to her roots in Pennsylvania, Tracy worked on national issues in the Office of National Drug Control Policy and U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. Tracy is an adventure traveler, preferring destinations out of the mainstream and activities that make your heart thump. She has published travel articles on these adventures and written two books about walking across Spain on El Camino de Santiago and trekking the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal. Tracy regularly speaks to audiences large and small about her books, travels and trekking, and women in leadership.

 

 

BurekIf you took a trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina and landed in Sarajevo tomorrow, what kinds of delicious food would you find? Well, your time has come to find out! On June 14th at 9 am, we are hosting a presentation by Mersida Camdzic from Mersida's Market on North Hanover Street in Carlisle. Come and join us on Zoom for a terrific discussion of Bosnian cuisine and a demonstration on how to make some delicious Bosnian dishes!

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