Alan Grob Prize
The Alan Grob is named in honor of Alan Grob, who for forty years taught literature at Rice University and was the voice for those who cannot speak for themselves. The Alan Grob Prize is awarded to Rice Undergraduates who, through service to the larger community, has demonstrated the most devotion to the needs and interest of the economically and culturally disadvantaged. The recipient’s activities shall exemplify the values of community service that Professor Grob lived and so eloquently taught. The recipient must be a current Rice University student. Graduating seniors are eligible for this award.
Record of Community Service:
Please list the service activities/service organizations that you are actively engaged with. Include details about projects, service hours per week and total service club membership (number of semesters you’ve been engaged) for each activity/organization.
Essay: Please include your name, the date you are submitting your application, and graduation month/year on three separte lines (aligned right) in the header.
In 500-1000 words address the following:
Applications are due March 26th at 11:59pm.
Applications will be evaluated based on essay content and calibur as related to the prompt, record of community service, and adhererance to the application instructions. Letters of support will not be considred.