Student and Her Mentor to Graduate Together

MBA student Kelly Tiller ’14 had an ally during her summer 2013 internship at Johnson & Johnson in Pennsylvania. When she needed guidance during the first week, she…

Two flags, one Thunderbird

By President Larry Penley Like many of you, I celebrated the Lunar New Year last week.  Luckily I was able to visit with my family…

T-shirts Capture the Wisdom of Professor Dash

Global political economy students appreciated Professor Kishore Dash so much that they printed T-shirts with his likeness and threw a party for him on Dec.…

The Navajo way: Summerim blends healthcare, culture

Phoenix has cutting edge health care and biotechnology centers that attract interest from all over the world, but Thunderbird Professor Karen Brown, Ph.D., also wanted…

When Bosses Do Harm

By Kannan Ramaswamy, Ph.D., and Bill Youngdahl, Ph.D. Bad bosses don’t wake up in the morning and ask themselves: “How can I derail the corporate…

Ten things to do when your car breaks down in Liberia

Thunderbird’s Liberia TEM Lab team provided inspiration for Interim Thunderbird President Barbara Barrett, who spoke Aug. 17, 2012, at the summer commencement. Following is the…

Student video advances to Round 2

A video by Thunderbird MBA On-Demand student Ilaha (Eli) Omar ’12 has advanced to the second round for final judging in the MBA Challenge Video…

An Afghan in Africa

By Ilaha (Eli) Omar ’12 My MBA experience is coming to a close, but the journey has barely begun. During my 19-month Global MBA program…

Thunderbird License Plates Go On Sale Today

Arizona motorists can show their pride in Thunderbird School of Global Management with a new specialty license plate that went on sale today. Each specialty…

World awaits your innovation, keynote speaker tells graduates

The world awaits the innovation that will come from Thunderbird School of Global Management graduates in the coming decades, retired Target Chairman and CEO Bob…