Approaching the one-hundredth anniversary of U.S. entry into the First World War, the Adams Center will present the “Not for Fame or Reward” scholarship, in the amount of $2,500, to the cadet who writes the best essay on an aspect of Virginia Military Institute and World War I.

Cadets are strongly encouraged to look beyond the service of George C. Marshall to explore the wartime contributions of other VMI cadets, faculty, and alumni—and the broader impact of the war on the VMI community.

Not for Fame or Reward Scholarship