Saint Louis University Honors the Late Black Scholar Norman White

Saint Louis University in Missouri has announced that it is establishing the Norman A. White Lecture that will present speakers “who embody the spirit of and commitment to social justice possessed by the late Saint Louis University faculty member.”

Norman White was an associate professor of criminology and criminal justice in the College for Public Health and Social Justice at Saint Louis University. He died this past December at the age of 64.

Dr. White joined the faculty at Saint Louis University in 2004 as an assistant professor and director of criminal justice programs. He was also affiliated with the university’s African American studies program.

Dr. White was a native of New York. He earned a bachelor’s degree and a master of public administration degree from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. He earned a second master’s degree and a doctorate from the University at Albany of the State University of New York System.

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