- Up one level
- 2019 Lassiter Lee McKissick Walker Trailblazer Award
When Otto enrolled at the University of North Carolina in 1961, he became one of the first undergraduate African-American students at Carolina, or at any other predominantly white university in the southern United States.
- A study of computer terminals finds the radiation insignificant
John Noble Wilford, NY Times, May 29, 1981
Otto White Jr. of Occupational and Environmental Health Analysts said in a report yesterday to the American Industrial Health Conference at Portland, Ore., that the 17 machines at The New York Times that were found to be emitting low levels of radio-frequency radiation were removed from service and modified to eliminate the emissions.
- Computers and radiation
By Paul D. Moskowitz and Otto White, Jr.. Chapter 9 in The Work Environment: Indoor Health Hazards, Volume 3
edited by Doan J. Hansen.
- Meet The UNC-CH Black Pioneers Fighting The Silent Sam Settlement (4:45)
Liz Schlemmer, WUNC, Feb 12, 2020
Otto White, Jr., Dr. Joanne Wilson, and Algin Holloway [left to right] are among the 88 UNC-CH alumni who signed their names to a legal brief seeking to overturn the UNC System's settlement.
- OSAHRC report from 1973
In Decisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, vol. 19, July 1, 1975 through August 20, 1975