Prezi Time During PDP Week

The Spring professional development week featured workshops on Microsoft Excel (Intermediate and Advanced), Prezi and SPSS. The Prezi workshop was one of the finest ones. The workshop was well organized and had a good hands-on experience. The workshop lasted for about 3-4 hours and there was a surprise competition at the end. Prezi is the […]

Welcome Back TEM Lab Alum!

By Siva Palli Two passionate weeks of application preparation, six weeks of intense hard work, followed by a presentation and finally a well-deserved lifetime of membership in the unique club we call TEM Lab. That’s the 10,000 ft. level overarching picture of what it takes to do a TEM Lab. As we dig deeper & […]

A-Fair with a Career

As the morning of October 24th dawned, anyone on campus may have been fooled into thinking it was just another other gorgeous Fall day at Thunderbird: green grass, sunny skies, and birds chirping. As the clock drew close to 10 am, the calm was broken by a flurry of students, all dressed to the nines […]

Workshops Galore!

By Mark Jackson & Michael Reardon The LinkedIn Advantage Seminar was a great way to start off Career Week. John Hill, the Higher Education Evangelist for LinkedIn, came to speak to Thunderbird about the advantages that LinkedIn offers to students like us, but also as an impetus to get serious about our careers and how […]

Net Impact presents: Global Citizen Forum

By Stacey Goodman On April 11th and 12th the Net Impact Club hosted its 3rd annual Global Citizen Forum. The event was established to provide a platform to discuss how business can be used for good. Stacey Goodman, the president of the chapter, along with Lindsay Mueller, Katie Emick, and Lauren Simkulak, a few of […]