Edwin W. & Mary Ann Miller Scholarship
- Recipient must be a worthy student with a declared major in the College of Business
- Must have a minimum 3.5 cumulative grade point average on a 4.0 scale
- Must have demonstrated leadership potential
- Financial need may be considered.
Edwin Miller serves as president and Chief Executive Officer of Millennium Capital Group, a private investment firm with headquarters in Fair Hills, NJ. In 1998, he retired from Eli Lilly and Company as vice president of finance and corporate treasurer, after serving 29 years in numerous key roles.
Mr. Miller was awarded both a bachelor of science and master of business administration (MBA) degrees, with honors, from Indiana State University. He joined Lilly in 1969 as a financial planning analyst. During his career there, he held positions in corporate finance, treasury, pharmaceutical marketing and financial, business development and served as Chief Financial Officer for two medical device companies.
Mr. Miller serves on the board of directors for Coachmen Industries, Inc., Lynx Capital Corporation, and previously served on the board of the DowElanco Corporation prior to it becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of Dow Chemical Corporation. He is active in Indiana affairs, serving as a board member for the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and the Indiana State University Foundation. He has served as a trustee for the Indiana Historical Society.
- Daniel Colvin, Abby Markowski, and Ryan Hannaford, 2020
- Jessica Smundin, 2015
- Maria Medrano-Silva, 2012
- Diana Marshall, 2011
- Sarah McClintock, 2010
- Natalie Gogel, 2009
- Trevor Jennings, 2008
- Ashley Hull, 2007
- Emily Blake, 2006
- Amanda Sunbury, 2005
- Shawna Sunbury, 2004
Major: Marketing and Business Administration
Terre Haute, IN
"Through information shared by one of my business professors, I applied for and received this scholarship which has been a huge blessing to me and my family. I can now focus on my classes instead of worrying about work hours to help pay for my tuition and books. I also have time to explore other opportunities on campus, like volunteering as a mentor through and outreach program at a local elementary school, and remaining active in the student chapter of the American Marketing Association. I can also continue to get first-hand experience in my major working with the University Career Center's marketing team, a job I held during the summer."