This award recognizes and facilitates the work of a Chapman student engaged in an innovated project designed to address some pressing challenge in our world, in recognition of their ingenuity and promise as a role model in working for the greater good.
- Be a current Chapman student
- Be involved in extraordinary humanitarian work that embodies Schweitzer's ethics of reverence for life and his dedication to a life of service;
- Have played a leadership role in envisioning, founding, directing, or developing the project(s)/organization(s); and
- Inspire others to "invest in their humanity" in a life of service and embrace an ethics of reverence for life, both by their example and by facilitating engagement.