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Marketing Lessons from An Experienced Beginner

Marketing professional and entrepreneur Carol Schuster ’83 has worked with major clients such as Coca-Cola, Dupont and DHL in a global career that has spanned…

Unpaid internships: Worth considering

By Heather Kipnis ’11 This summer I worked in Managua, Nicaragua with Agora Partnerships, a nonprofit whose mission is to unleash the potential of high…

Graduation Fair

Dear Graduates, The Graduation Booklet will be released soon, however, we want you to be aware of the upcoming Graduation Fair! WHEN: Monday, October 31…

Campaign strives to end abuses in the Congo

By Divya Gajria ’11 This summer I interned with As You Sow, a nonprofit based in San Francisco. Their project “Responsible Sourcing Network” is headed…

Invitation from the North American Model United Nations

The North American Model United Nations would like to cordially invite students from Thunderbird School of Global Management to participate in the 27th annual conference…

T-bird becomes youngest from U.S. to visit every country

Global explorer Lee Abbamonte ’10 did not start off to break any records. He just likes traveling and meeting new people. But on Aug. 28,…

Students celebrate Moon Festival

Students in the China, Taiwan and Japan Clubs shared their Moon Festival traditions with their classmates Sept. 14, 2011, at the Fish. “The Moon Festival…

Chinese enrollment spikes

Incoming students arrived from 40 countries in fall 2011, with the biggest gains coming from China. Overall, Thunderbird welcomed 36 Chinese students in its various…

Interns guide women entrepreneurs in Peru

Thunderbird for Good, the school’s social outreach arm, sent a group of five student consultants to Peru for 12 weeks in summer 2011 through its…

ThunderCares volunteers blanket community

Thunderbird students, staff and alumni joined forces on July 23, 2011, for a day of community service in the neighborhoods around campus. Separate groups of…