An OMGM’s Final Thoughts

By Aaron White, Guest Writer Over the last several months, I have written about my time in Thunderbird’s OMGM program, trying to capture the essence of what it’s like to be an online student. I only hope that I have truly echoed the thoughts and feelings of my fellow OMGMs. Now that graduation is around […]

A Journey Taken

By Aaron White, Guest Writer A couple of weeks ago a handful of OMGM’s embarked on a journey. One group went off to Lima and the other to Singapore. Unbeknownst to all of us, while our destinations were different, we were all going on the same trip, following the same path, which led to the […]

Reflections on an Online Education

By Aaron White, Guest Writer (OMGM ’18) A few of weeks ago a member of my online cohort posted an article on our WhatsApp group, What Employers Think of Online Business Master’s Degrees. A conversation ensued that kick-started my brain to think about the history of online education, the preconceived notions we have about online […]

Learning to Fly Online: A Letter to The Online MGM Students

By Aaron White, Guest Writer Here you are, on the precipice of a great journey—you are midway through your first set of courses as a Thunderbird Online Masters of Global Management (OMGM) candidate. Most of you are teetering somewhere between exhilaration and trepidation. I know this because I was there. I imagine many of you, […]