Johnathan White

Lecturer, History
Office Phone: 412-675-9159
Office Location: Main Building, 109A
Mailing Address:
Penn State Greater Allegheny, 4000 University Drive, McKeesport, PA 15132

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Johnathan White was born in Norfolk, VA.  He began doctoral studies at the University of Pittsburgh. His dissertation examines the plight of black jazz musicians in Pittsburgh before and after integration.

Mr. White has been employed at Penn State Greater Allegheny since 2007.  He has taught a variety of courses in history, African-American studies, black arts, and leadership development. He co-founded the Study of Hip-Hop Conference and the African-American Male Mentoring Program.

Mr. White is engaged in community affairs as a board member of the Langston Hughes Poetry Society. Furthermore, he is director of the Full Armor Institute, which focuses on mentoring young black men, at Mt. Olive Baptist church. He has created and conducted several black history workshops along with seminars on educating black men and living a vibrant lifestyle that synthesizes faith and the pursuit of social justice.

FALL 2018
Class Class Title Days & Times Room
CNED 296-001 Indep Studies (Independent Study) Mo 4:00PM - 5:15PM Main Building 206
    Wed by Appt  
HIST 21-001 Amer Civ From 1877 (Lecture) TuTh 1:35PM - 2:50PM Main Building 206
AFAM 409/ SOC 409 Inequality in America TuTh 3:05PM - 4:20PM Main Building 206
Office Hours Mon 2-4 Tu 12:30-1:30 and 4:20-5:20