Senior Lecturer of Medical Humanities in the Honors Program
Dr. Jason D. Whitt became a Senior Lecturer in the Honors Program in August, 2018. He served as associate director of Baylor’s Institute for Faith and Learning and as adjunct faculty in the Medical Humanities Program from 2009 to 2018. He teaches courses in Medical Humanities and coordinates the annual Baylor Medical Ethics Seminar for physicians, administrators and other health care professionals. He is a co-director of the William Carey Crane Scholars Program and a faculty mentor for Christian Pre-Health Fellowship. As an ordained Baptist minister, he served as a youth minister and hospice chaplain before coming to Baylor. Dr. Whitt is a native of Fort Worth. He and his wife Maggie have two children, Henry and Camille.
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