Inspired by her adventures serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in China, Erica Ingram shares three key tips to adapt to any new situation or culture
Thunderbird alum Brigitte Opel reflects on what makes Thunderbirds truly global citizens and how that applies even during the COVID-19 pandemic
Learn more about the exciting volunteer event being hosted (in person!) by the Thunderbird Veterans Club
Editor-in-Chief Lexa Montierth tells her experience in Thunderbird’s Global Challenge Lab, during which she helped the iconic American brand Smucker’s plan to expand and sell pet food in Europe
Three T-birds just launched a new crowdfunding index that provides valuable insights into the growing crowdfunding industry. Two of them did it (shockingly) without wearing white t-shirts.
Staff writer Sneha Pujani tells us about her work at SolarSPELL, a fascinating project that uses the power of the sun to bring a digital library to students in resource-constrained areas of the world.
First-year Erica Ingram tells her absolutely stunning tale of witnessing firsthand the chaotic and often violent Hong Kong protests in 2019.
Alum Sergio Mankita shares the efforts of his most recent endeavor, the Fashion & Retail Entrepreneurial Business Management Program.
On International Women’s Day, Thunderbird Women in Business President Diana Salas Diaz shared a message of hope and highlighted several strong women working to advance sustainable development in Peru.
In honor of Women’s History Month, Das Tor is partnering with the Thunderbird Women in Business Club for their “Spotlight Series.” We will be featuring stories of women at the Thunderbird School of Global Management who share what makes them unique and how they are making a global impact.
Learn more about Rotary Club’s event featuring Juily Sawant, a first-year student who worked at the Indian village of Anandwan.