|Also controversial was Knight's success in lobbying for former insurance executive Pat Kilkenny to be named as athletic director at the university||Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame|
|" In September 1983, Davidson was given an undisclosed amount of Nike stock for her contribution to the company's brand||In response, athletic director Pat Kilkenny said: "This extraordinary gift will set Oregon athletics on a course toward certain self sufficiency and create the flexibility and financial capacity for the university to move forward with the new athletic arena|
He is also the owner of the film production company.
|2 million towards a new sports complex project at the University of Oregon||Career [ ] Early career [ ] Before Blue Ribbon Sports—later Nike—flourished, Knight was a , first with , and then|
|Impressed by the quality and low cost of the shoes, Knight called Mr||He graduated with a master's degree in business administration from Stanford in 1962|
By 1969, these early sales allowed Knight to leave his accountant job and work full-time for Blue Ribbon Sports.
|According to Boyle, the PAC will help facilitate an increase in the autonomy of schools in the||Coraline was a financial success and Travis Knight was then promoted into the roles of Laika CEO and president|
|Knight was formally inducted on September 7, 2012||A Pride As An Asian|
However, while scuba diving with his colleagues Vincenzo Iannuzzelli and Robert McDonell in , near , he died from a heart attack 150 feet 46 m underwater due to an undetected congenital heart defect.11