A Small World After All: Looking Back on Regional Night

by Daisy Jasmine, Staff Writer   Just a few weeks ago, the usually-quiet Thunderbird campus saw a brief and shining return to its former glory. In anticipation of the impending campus move, alumni of all ages flocked home from all corners of the world to roost one last time at this pastoral slice of Glendale. […]

How to Conduct a Successful Informational Interview

Courtesy of interview-coach.co.uk

By Mackenzie Pedersen, Staff Writer Whether you are a college student, someone considering a career change, or looking to create a new role within your organization, informational interviews are a great place to start. Don’t be afraid to reach out to people who are working in your dream organization or dream role. Through the myriad […]

Maximizing Your Career Fair Adventure

By Bethany-Angel Chijindu, Staff Writer Over the past few weeks, students here at Thunderbird have gone to the different career fairs: some attended the ASU career fairs closer to home, while others went as far as Philadelphia for the NMBAA/Prospanica Career Fair. I was one of those who made the long journey to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, […]

Uber: Owning A Car is Becoming A Thing Of The Past

Last Tuesday, just after the California DMV revoked self-driving vehicle registrations, Arizona governor Doug Doucey welcomed Uber’s self-driving pilot program to Tempe. His statement: “Arizona welcomes Uber’s self-driving cars with open arms and wide open roads. While California puts the brakes on innovation and change with more bureaucracy and more regulation, Arizona is paving the […]

Burners Without Borders

By Alex Marino, Staff Writer IT’S TIME TO GO HOME! For those of you unfamiliar with underground counterculture, Burning Man is it; the venue of solace where your inner self comes alive in a reinvigorating journey of self-awareness and self-identification. “Burners” simply call this “going home.” Going home means leaving the socially constructed reality that […]

Hustling for the Dream Job

By Drew Himmelreich, Guest Writer Hustling for the dream job: One MBA student’s attempt to turn heads at his favorite company. My name is Drew Himmelreich. I am an MBA candidate with a concentration in marketing at the Thunderbird School of Global Management. Career decisions for me have always been driven by my passions. As […]

David Young: A Thunderbird Life

By Nash Wills, Staff Writer The Thunderbird alumni network is one of the central components and greatest selling points of the school. To be a graduate from Thunderbird is to be a member of an organization, an exclusive club, where membership is enjoyed for life. It is fraternal, and must be experienced in order to […]

Tuzzolino on Value and More

By: Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer Last week I sat down with Dr. Frank Tuzzolino, professor of finance. He has taught at Thunderbird for over three decades and has won its Outstanding Teacher award ten times. This is his last year at our school. Our wide-ranging conversation touched on the social role of finance, leading a […]

Managing Soup: The Dinner Interview

As Peter Drucker once noted, “More business decisions occur over lunch and dinner than at any other time, yet no MBA courses are given on the subject.” Until now, that is, at Thunderbird. This past Monday, 25 students sat down for dinner with CMC Coach, Tony Kmetty for a business dining etiquette seminar.  With topics […]

Update 11/08

Happy Friday, T-birds! I hope you have had a great week! I know there have been many interviews and fly-backs happening – very exciting! A special hello to our Working Professional students who are copied on this week’s update. You are included this week because we wanted to make sure you received the information about […]