Get to Know a Faculty – Don Bapst Writing Center Coordinator

By Emma Livingston, Co-editor Although Don Bapst has only been working at Thunderbird for two and a half years, he is a T-Bird through and through. Born in Chicago, he has lived in five cites across the United States and in five other cities in four different countries: London, United Kingdom; Paris, France; Ouagadougou, Burkina […]

Roe Goddard on China

By: Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer Professor Roe Goddard currently teaches Regional Business Environment: Asia for the my cohort. I sat down with him to talk about China—a country he has visited over 75 times. Das Tor: When was the first time you went to China? Roe Goddard: 1988. I started going more after the mid-90s, […]

Language Roundtables a GO!

By Steven Werther Multilingualism, that is the ability to speak more than one language, is a cornerstone of the global mindset that differentiates Thunderbird students from MBAs in competitive programs. Because language is intrinsic to the culture and zeitgeist of any society, the importance of being able to assimilate one’s self into the culture, and […]

Thunderbird Welcomes Algerian Professors

Campus was taken over last week by delegates from the Université de Ouargla, Algeria as they learned different styles and techniques of teaching. A total of eight professors represented the faculty consisting of business professionals and administration, including a translator as nobody from the team could speak English fluently. Mainly from the finance and accounting […]