Pamplin School of Business professor Sam Holloway has received the Ascendant Scholar Award from the Western Academy of Management. The award is given to faculty members who have a maximum of 6-7 years’ of experience and are considered “ascendant” through an academic record that includes their areas of research, teaching, and service.
The Western Academy of Management (WAM) began in 1960 and is an independent affiliate of the national Academy of Management. Its objectives include promoting research and professionalism in the field of management, improving the teaching of management and fostering the general advancement of knowledge in the theory and practice of management.
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