Delta Gamma Lectureship in Values and Ethics

Register for the 2023 Delta Gamma Lectureship in Values and Ethics with Dallas Mavericks CEO Cynt Marshall here!

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In 1992, Lectureships in Values and Ethics, a Delta Gamma program sponsored by the Delta Gamma Foundation, was established by Dr. Paul Martin honoring his wife Dorothy Garrett Martin (Dotty), Eta-Akron in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. The initial home of the lectureship was Paul and Dotty’s alma mater and the site of Delta Gamma’s oldest active collegiate chapter, the University of Akron. Though Dorothy has passed on, the lectureships immortalize her selfless spirit and love for Delta Gamma. Today 14 campuses have established Lectureships in Values and Ethics, with 4 more in progress, and 2 others in the planning stages.  

These lectureships are always free of charge to collegians, university volunteers and employees, as well as invited individuals in surrounding areas. The Delta Gamma Foundation has great pride in this unique program, which is a prime example of its mission to "provide resources for educational growth and philanthropic service for all members.”

Previous Lectures

Christine Ha (2021)

Lauren Bush Lauren (2019)

Kelly Addington & Rebecca Tieder (2009, 2011, 2018)

Nastia Liukin (2017)

Piper Kerman (2016)

Jerry Greenfield (2015)

Larry Brown (2014)

Travis Tygart (2013)

Mike Domitz (2005)

Madeleine Albright (2002)

Julie Andrews (2001)

Ann Compton (2000)

Barbara Bush (1998)

Rosabeth Moss Kanter

William Bennett, Michelle Malkin and Jack Valenti

Mary Matlin