Dean Kenneth White (left) earns VCU Health Administration Lifetime Achievement & Service Award from his alma mater, Virginia Commonwealth University. He joined VCU Health Administration in 1993, and while there, was a doctoral student, an instructor, and associate director of the graduate programs. From 2001 to 2008, he directed the Masters in Health Administration program, and was named the inaugural Charles P. Cardwell, Jr., Professor of Health Administration. He left VCU in 2013 to work at the University of Virginia as its associate dean of strategic partnerships and innovation and an endowed professor of nursing.

“I’ve spent a lot of time advising people about their lives and careers, including well known physicians and people in all life stages,” said White. “It's satisfying to me to have been able to help others, and to have also derived so much satisfaction in my own two careers, healthcare management and nursing. I'm grateful for that.”

Read more here.