Announcing: The Faculty Column

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It is with great pleasure that I announce a new column that will be starting on Das Tor in next week’s issue: The Faculty Column. Many of you shared with us that you would love to be able to hear more from our world class faculty here at Thunderbird. Every day, we have professors who are being published on incredibly interesting topics while we also have professors who are extremely passionate about their educational interests. Our aim is to bring them to you.

We approached the faculty here about starting a faculty column only a week ago and we have already had incredible interest. I would like to thank Professors Rick Baer, Bill Youngdahl, Karen Brown, Keld Jensen, Gabe Gonzalez, Ernesto Poza, Denis Leclerc, Robert Hisrich, and Nathan Washburn for expressing interest in writing for the column and helping to make this a reality. The column will involve our professors allowing us to post some of their published material and/or writing just about something they find interesting (higher education, a new integrated marketing campaigns, a recent conglomerate financial fail, etc.). The professors have free reign to share with you all, something they find interesting. I hope you are as excited as we are and be sure to check out the Faculty Column in next Sunday’s Das Tor!

 

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