Christopher Shean (ACCT ’87), and his wife, Lesley Shean (ELED ’88), of Castle Rock, Colorado, contributed gifts totaling $571,620, divided among the Business Learning Community feasibility study, the Richard E. Sorensen Dean’s Chair, and the Department of Accounting and Information Systems.
Distributions totaling $550,130 were received from the estate of Lois Wood Dickerson, formerly of Poquoson. Lois Dickerson was the widow of George W. Dickerson (BAD ’41). These gifts will supplement the existing George W. Dickerson Scholarship Fund and establish the George W. Dickerson Professor of International Business.
Leidos, of Reston, has pledged $375,000 in support of the Center for Business Intelligence and Analytics and the establishment of the Leidos Graduate Fellowship in Advanced Intelligence Systems.
Jacob A. Lutz (FIN ’78), and his wife, Robin R. Lutz, of Midlothian, have pledged $250,000 in support of the Business Learning Community feasibility study.
Mary F. McVay (ACCT ’78, MBA ’81), of Bonita Springs, Florida, has pledged $250,000 in support of the Business Learning Community feasibility study.
Todd Headley (ACCT ’85) and his wife, Juliann Headley (FIN ’86), of Vienna, have pledged $125,000 in support of the Apex Systems Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Innovate Living-Learning Community.
A charitable remainder trust addition of $100,000 was contributed by an anonymous donor, which will ultimately support the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Roger W. Dean (ACCT ’93), and his wife, Deanna, of Virginia Beach, contributed $50,000 to establish the Roger W. Dean Scholarship in Accounting and Information Systems.
A distribution of $50,000 was received from the estate of Bobby R. Moore
(ACCT ’73), formerly of Midlothian, to establish the Bobby R. Moore Scholarship for deserving students of the college.