Dr. Joshua White will discuss philanthropic work in Haiti

The Student Legacy Program Speaker Series will continue on Wednesday, March 10, with featured guest speaker Dr. Joshua White, a current MBA student in the Opus College of Business Health Care program.

Joshua White in Haiti, helping earthquake survivors.

Joshua White in Haiti, helping earthquake survivors.

White will discuss his recent work in Haiti, where he provided medical treatment to victims of the recent earthquake. His talk will begin at 8 p.m. in Room 154, Murray-Herrick Campus Center. Pizza will be served. All students are welcome.

White’s lecture is the third in the series sponsored by the Student Legacy Program, a student organization designed to increase awareness of alumni programming and the importance of philanthropy. Through an annual Student Legacy Campaign, the group also helps each new St. Thomas class establish a fund that it will build on as the class progresses toward graduation. This fund allows each graduating class to leave a gift for future generations.

Read more about White's service in Haiti in St. Thomas' B. magazine and the St. Thomas magazine.