Rugby. Is. Back.

This past weekend, Thunderbirds from all over descended on the Rugby pitch for the first Rugby scrimmage of the trimester. It was the first chance for the team to get out and show their new incoming ruggers the ways of the team. Surviving the heat, the team divided up and played a scrimmage against each […]

Thunderbird Welcomes Algerian Professors

Campus was taken over last week by delegates from the Université de Ouargla, Algeria as they learned different styles and techniques of teaching. A total of eight professors represented the faculty consisting of business professionals and administration, including a translator as nobody from the team could speak English fluently. Mainly from the finance and accounting […]

The Adventures of a T-bird: Held Hostage in Cambodia

By Jacob Cluff MBA ’12 In 2007 I started Jembatan International, a company that recruited students from the U.S. to work on business development projects and internships in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.  Subsequently, I spent much of the 2010 summer in Thailand to help manage a group of students. As usual, we planned […]

Week 3- TSG Bulletin

By Amir Emadi’13 Dear T-birds, Thank you for an excellent Club Day on Friday and an eventful week! We’re excited to hear about the functional day successes and future club activities. Remember: Club allocations close on Tuesday, 9/25 @4pm. Updates: Clubs Late Club Activation Applications TSG understands that some of you were extremely busy with […]

National Security Debate

By Djoudie Etoundi ’12 One of the treats of being foreign student in the U.S. is to be able to witness firsthand how political campaigns are fought and won in this country, whose politics are of such consequence to our homelands. This Wednesday, 44 T-Birds got to indulge just such an opportunity at ASU’s foreign […]

TMCA Weekly “Crack the Case”

By Hiral Jasani The Thunderbird Management Consulting Association (TMCA) in association with the Thunderbird Associations Partnership (TAP) is launching Weekly Case Study Sessions. The ‘Crack the Case System’ by David Ohrvall that we use supplies you with the frameworks you need to solve the case studies. A student-led initiative, these sessions will help you build […]

T-birds witness Curiosity land

It was August 5, 2012 and a historical event was about to take place. It was the day when the automated robotic rover ‘Curiosity’ was about to land on the surface of Mars. Sixteen lucky students including Christine Jung ,Shreyas Gore ,Levi Boscardin ,Arvind Deshmukh ,Kevin Jennings ,Sergio Majul Salazar,Thanet Dharmikavongs ,Van Tran ,Juan Calfunanco […]

DC Apartment for Rent!

By Maria Houle Soldatos I am the program director of the SHARE Fellowship here on campus, and we have a beautiful rental apartment in Washington DC we originally leased for some of our Fellows who were interning over the summer. At least one bedroom in the apartment is free until the beginning of January and […]

Thunderbird Angel Network powers entrepreneurs

By Tanaha Hairston, MBA ’13 The Thunderbird Angel Network, established in the fall of 2010, is a medium that connects investors to entrepreneurs with early stage companies that have the potential to grow rapidly.  The network is based at Thunderbird School of Global Management and is unique because its investors are interested in both domestic […]

Constitution Day at Thunderbird

Earlier this week, the staff of the Student Support Center celebrated “Constitution Day” by hosting a small event at their workplace.  Students, staff and faculty were all invited to join the fun in the Herberger building, where they were greeted by the receptionist, Sandra Collins, dressed up in a costume from the Revolutionary War period! […]