About the Richard Gelwick Endowed Lecture Series
The Richard Gelwick Endowed Lecture Series was created to honor the memory of Dr. Richard Gelwick. Gelwick encouraged the exploration and discovery of how science, faith and reason can help improve solutions to challenging public policy issues. An ordained minister and scholar, Dr. Gelwick addressed the dilemma of combining modern medical science with religious values and human needs in his life work. The Gelwick Endowed Lecture Series brings nationally prominent speakers annually to the University of Houston to discuss the importance and meaning of ethics in society.
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Honors & Awards
The Polanyi Society
Gelwick Family Donates $100,000 to Expand Ethics in Society Lecture Series
The Elizabeth D. Rockwell Center on Ethics and Leadership at the University of Houston Hobby School of Public Affairs has received a generous donation for the Richard Gelwick Endowed Lecture Series. Allen Gelwick, son of Rev. Dr. Richard Gelwick, has given $100,000 to further the purpose and reach of the important lecture series. The Gelwick gift will be matched by the Hobby School of Public Affairs for a total contribution of $200,000. Read more.
Sue Collins with the Gelwick Family and Jim Granato