Golf Legend Jack Nicklaus to deliver inaugural
Wilson Delta Gamma Lectureship in Values and Ethics:
"Jack Nicklaus: Teeing Up on Values and Ethics"
Monday, Oct. 1, 7:00 p.m.
A limited number of free student VIP tickets are available to
Golf legend Jack Nicklaus will deliver the inaugural Wilson Delta Gamma
Lectureship in Values and Ethics, "Jack Nicklaus: Teeing Up on Values
and Ethics," at 7 p.m., Monday, Oct. 1, at the IU Auditorium for the
series. The event will be moderated by sports journalist and IU alumna
and the two will spend the evening discussing values and ethics in
relation to Nicklaus' life and career.
In honor of Nicklaus' visit, Delta Gamma is raising funds to
donate to The
First Tee, a
Florida-based nonprofit dedicated to positive youth development through
the game of golf. The lectureship series was established by the Theta
chapter of Delta Gamma, in conjunction with IU alumnus and four-time PGA
Tour champion Mark Wilson and his wife, Amy, an alumna and former
president of IU's Delta Gamma chapter. For more information about Jack
Nicklaus and the Delta Gamma lecture, click here.
Tickets are required to attend the event but are free and may be
obtained at the IU Auditorium Box Office until the event is "sold out."
The Hutton Honors College is among the co-sponsors of the event and has
a limited number of VIP tickets available for HHC students. If
to request a VIP ticket for this event, please email Anna
(email@example.com), indicating in the subject line that you wish to
reserve your ticket for the "Jack Nicklaus" lecture and provide your
name, email, major(s), and year of study. She will let you know by
e-mail if a ticket was available when you made your request.