LinkedIn Best Practices

By Michael Seaver, Director, Alumni Engagement In my previous Das Tor article, How to Start Relationships with Thunderbird Alumni, I discussed a multi-step process for introducing yourself to and taking a long-term orientation to building meaningful alumni relationships. In addition to the Alumni Relations Office and the search function on My Thunderbird, another great channel to learn [...]

Module Abroad – Prague

By Thaedra Brondum The Spring 2014 MBA cohort has been in Prague, Czech Republic officially for 4 days. Some of the students arrived last weekend and some encountered flight problems and arrived Monday. The students were greeted with high humidity and rain showers on and off for their first week of class.  Monday, after a [...]

Weekly Update for 7/13/14

Hello Thunderbirds, I hope you have had a good week. It’s great fun to see Facebook posts from our students on their module abroad in Prague – I know they are working very hard, but it sounds like they are finding time for a bit of ThunderFun, too!  It’s also great to hear and read [...]

Fun in the Flat State of Florida

By Adam Gostel In last month’s edition of Das Tor, I shared the “Wonderful World of Wyoming” with you.  This month, I take you on another journey to my birthplace, Florida.  Florida is one of the most unique places on the planet.  One day you can surf the beaches in the Atlantic, the next day [...]

Career Spotlight: Medical and Health Care Managers

Medical and Health care managers are also called as healthcare administrators or healthcare executives. They are responsible for planning and coordinating the health care services in an organization. They might manage an entire hospital or a particular clinical department or a medical practice for few physicians. They typically perform the following activities as part of [...]

Embracing Change at Thunderbird

By Giacomo Paccione Change, the Business Dictionary defines it as “to make something different.” This word has been used in these past days, weeks, and months here at Thunderbird School of Global Management. This is a word that usually instils a negative reaction among the involved. A word that pertains uncertainty and fear. A word [...]

From the Archives – Famous Buildings in Thunderbird

In this column, we look at the rich history of the famous buildings of Thunderbird School of Global Management. Frank L. Snell Learning Center The Frank L.Snell Learning Center comprises three buildings connected by covered walkways. Completed in 1980, The Snell Learning Center was dedicated on June 5, 1981. It is named after Frank Snell [...]

From the Archives

  Dr. Roy Herberger, Jr. became Thunderbird’s eighth president, following the retirement of President William Voris. He led the school for 15 years of growth in a tumultuous world from July 1, 1989 to June 30, 2004. Herberger had a clear picture of goals in his mind that he wanted to accomplish in the school. [...]

World Night

Bala Rajendran June 30, 2014

World Night

By Sabah Hussain This summer’s regional night was surprising and successful in a lot of ways. With only 99 students enrolled in summer classes, and even less living on campus, there was an impressive 120 attendees at World Night this month. Even internally, planning was filled with surprises. First was the date: ThunderDay was in [...]

World Cup Celebrations at Thunderbird

By Stephanie Smith Thanks to TSG’s hosting of activities around the campus and the great turnout of students, Thunderbird is full of excitement to celebrate the World Cup.  The World Cup festivities started off with a bang at a BBQ to watch Spain play the Netherlands, followed by Chile versus Australia.  The Chilean exchange students came [...]