Good All Over: The Upcoming Show that Unveils the Good

By Mackenzie Pedersen, Staff Writer Ever get tired of seeing tales of heartbreak, tragedy, and violence across the television? Are you ever curious about what people across continents are doing to show humanity for one another? Are you wondering where all the good people are in the world? Then, look no further than Good All […]

2016 Net Impact Conference

By Alex Marino, Staff Writer For those interested in careers in the non-profit or NGO sectors, development projects through global organizations such as the World Bank (WB) or International Monetary Fund (IMF) provide an interesting track to getting involved and gaining experience. These globally-oriented organizations effectively organize subsidiary branches and projects all over the world, […]

Fall TEM Lab Destination: Nepal

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor The Place Kathmandu, Nepal: A vibrant, hectic city with a history over 2,000 years old and a population density of more than 20,000 inhabitants per sq. km. (over 52,000 per sq. mi.). Kathmandu possesses a rich cultural heritage, with many sites sacred to both Hindu and Buddhist religious traditions. It is […]

The Future of Social Entrepreneurship

November 14th saw the latest in the Thunderbird/Laureate series with the Panel Discussion on The Future of Social Entrepreneurship. The Social Entrepreneurship Panel held some estimable guests such as Mr. Miguel Jardine ’09, Manager, Technology Commercialization, Arizona Commerce Authority, Mr. Aldo Ignacio Castillo, CEO and Founder, EcoLadrillos Universidad Tecnológica de México, Mr. Daniel Uribe, President, Costas Verdes Universidad Latina de […]

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 […]