Alan Holoch Memorial Grant

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The purpose of the Alan Holoch Memorial Grant is to assist individuals with travel or registration expenses for the American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting. Individuals chosen to receive a grant have the potential to make significant contributions to law librarianship through their involvement with AALL and the Social Responsibilities Special Interest Section's Standing Committee on Lesbian & Gay Issues. The grants are funded by a bequest to the Committee from the former director of the Ohio State University College of Law Library, Alan Holoch, who died in 1991.

Alan Holoch Memorial Grant Application

Qualifications:
The grant will be awarded to any person though preference will be given to members of the LGBTIQ community and those who have not received this grant in the past. In the event circumstances prevent the use of the grant by a grant recipient, the grant reverts to the Alan Holoch Memorial Grant Fund. 

Obligations: 
Recipients will be required to perform service to the SR-SIS and/or Standing Committee. That service could include writing an article for the newsletter on any topic, volunteering to serve on a SR or SC committee, serving as a board member, other any other project agreeable to the Standing Committee Chair during the year the grant is award (the "incoming" chair). The chair will confirm with the grant committee that the recipient satisfied the obligation.

Deadline:
Completed applications must be postmarked, faxed or e-mailed by April 11, 201. Late applications may be considered at the discretion of the Committee.

Recommendations:
Along with your completed application, please submit one (1) letter of recommendation from either an employer or a colleague or peer. Recommendations should be sought from those who are familiar with you and your library related activities.  Letters of recommendation may be mailed to Jane Larrington, University of San Diego, Law Library, 5998 Alcala Park, San Diego, CA 92110.  Or email at jlarrington@sandiego.edu.