Scholarships are available to cadets majoring in economics and business after their rat year. Each is based primarily on academic excellence, although other factors such as need, character, extracurricular activities and leadership may be considered.
Carter Cox, Spencer Dahm, Robert Hoeft, Anderson Huger, John S. Kolacz, Angel Morales, Andrew Nadeau, Grady Owens, Logan Pheng, Landon Smith, Cameron Terrell, Daniel Usher, and M. Andrew Winder
Andrew L. McDowell was born in Surrey, England, on November 8, 1918, as his parents were emigrating from Ireland to Canada. The family eventually came to the U.S., settling in Albany, N.Y. Mr. McDowell served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II and after the war married Dorothy L. Sheffield, raising a son and daughter together. He retired from a career in the metals refining industry in 1966 and spent the last 21 years of his life in the travel industry. He was extremely well-read, loved history and considered education a lifetime responsibility, graduating from college at the age of 74! With his son’s entry into VMI as a member of the class of 1968, he became a strong supporter of the Institute. The McDowell Scholarship is possible because of the generosity of Robert L. McDowell, VMI class of 1968 and former member of the VMI Board of Visitors, and his wife, Melissa S. McDowell.
The Colonel Floyd H. Duncan Class of 1964 Economics and Business Scholarship is possible because of the generosity of Floyd H. Duncan ’64 and provides financial assistance to Economic and Business majors.
The Burton P.C. Bacheller, III 2011 Scholarship is possible because of the generosity of Ramona Hazera and Burton P. C. Bacheller, II. It is to honor their son, ECBU Class of 2011 and provides financial assistance to Economics and Business majors.