A Fairy tale ended, Article from the Past

By: Rico Austin Incredible, Princess Diana is dead. How can this be? What happened? The fairy tale was supposed to end with “and the princess lived happily ever after for many, many years, “not with the twisted wreckage of death, devastation and drunken driving. As I watched this horror unravel, the familiar pain of losing […]

Week 8- TSG Bulletin

There’s been a lot going on this week! And they affect all of us. First, in view of the recent burglaries, please ensure that you lock your doors and windows when you leave your dorm rooms. We will address this issue further in tomorrow’s TSG Board meeting (LH53 @1pm). Second, surely you have already received […]

Welcome to our new president, Dr. Larry Edward Penley

We would like to welcome Dr. Larry Edward Penley, Ph.D. who took over from our interim president, Ambassador Barbara Barrett as Thunderbird president on Nov. 1, 2012. His distinguished career in higher education has included assignments as president of Colorado State University, dean of the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, […]

IWFC Kids go Trick or Treating

By Ed and Shoko Snook On October 30th the Thunderbird International Women and Family Club held a trick-or-treat event on campus for the children of current and former students. Over 20 children as well as their caregivers participated in the event. The group went around different parts of campus and received candy from a staff […]

Project Management Brings in Success

Last Thursday, the Project Management Club sponsored the International Project Management talks during the Project Management Institute’s International Project Management week. Over 100 guests and students were welcomed at Thunderbird to as the evening began with a small Networking and Dinner social in the lobby of the Herberger building. As guests and students alike were […]

From the Archives

Did you know that the Thunderbird campus originally had 2 swimming pools? Do you know why the School hosted a hot air balloon race on campus for many years? Do you know where the red and black Thunderbird emblem (hanging on the tower building) came from? Answers to these fascinating questions, and even more facts, […]

Regional Night is back!

Saturday evening saw a return of Thunderbird’s favorite event – Regional Night! After a long debate about how funds should be allocated to the regional nights, the student body finally decided to have 3 separate regional nights. And if anyone was worried about how things would turn out, Americas’ Regional Night allayed that fear straight […]

A visit by the Japanese Ambassador

By Kayoko Omori ‘MBA 2013 The campus of Thunderbird School of Global Management may seem calm and quiet to naive onlookers, but this school of international business welcomes endless visits by extraordinary international leaders. Students were delighted to greet the current Japanese Ambassador to the United States, Ichiro Fujisaki during his visit last Thursday, 31st […]

Spring 2013 Registration

By the Registrar’s Office Spring 2013 Registration is almost here! Monday, November 12, 2012 through Sunday, November 18, 2012 How do I register? Registration is managed by each student registering themselves on “Access Thunderbird,” which can be accessed on the left side of your MTB homepage or by clicking here.  Go to the Students Menu […]

U.S. Senator visits Thunderbird

On October 23rd, Thunderbird had a special visitor on campus. U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.), currently serving his third term, dropped in to meet students from the school. As a Special Adviser to Ambassador Barrett, Sen. Kyl toured the campus, spoke with students and even dropped in on an Executive MBA class! He later sat […]