Wednesday, 20 March, 2019
The School of Social Work will celebrate Social Work and Criminology and Criminal Justice Month with the second annual Dr. Norman A. White Lecture on Wednesday, March 20, at 6 p.m. The lecture will be held in the St. Louis Room, Busch Student Center.
Flint W. Fowler, Ph.D., president of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis, is this year’s speaker.
The evening will also feature awards for outstanding adjunct faculty members in the School of Social Work and Criminology and Criminal Justice Program; a Young Alumni Award; and a Distinguished Alumni Award.
The lecture will be followed by a reception with Dr. Fowler.
About Dr. White:
A beloved faculty member in Saint Louis University's Criminology and Criminal Justice Program, “Norm” (as he preferred to be called) began at SLU in 2004 and provided support to students, faculty, staff and the community from the moment he stepped on campus. The Dr. Norman A. White Lecture seeks to honor Norm’s life and legacy by presenting speakers who embody the spirit of and commitment to social justice that Norm so boldly and consistently did.