Sam Holloway is an Assistant Professor at the University of Portland's Pamplin School of Business Administration. Prior to completing his Ph.D. in management, Sam’s professional appointments spanned a wide array of industries, countries, and areas of expertise. These positions include being an estimator in the U.S. highway bridge construction industry, teaching advanced physics in Prague, Czech Republic, and teaching secondary mathematics in Beaverton, Oregon. Holloway has published journal articles related to university technology commercialization, strategic management, and entrepreneurship; and he has published a research volume on organizational learning and knowledge management. In addition to his research, Holloway has received several teaching awards, including being named the outstanding graduate student teacher at the University of Oregon. He completed his Ph.D. at the University of Oregon, specializing in strategic management and entrepreneurship, his master of arts in teaching degree at Pacific University, as well as undergraduate degrees in physics (Willamette University) and civil engineering (Columbia University).