Checking in with the Underbirds

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor On ASU’s West Campus, a group of 22 young students is honing its global mindset a little sooner than most of us. They are pursuing their Bachelor of Global Management degree as part Thunderbird’s first undergraduate cohort. Das Tor first covered this cohort in the fall, when Editor-in-Chief Alina Buzgar profiled four students […]

Global Connections: TEM Lab Client Visits Thunderbird

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor Thunderbird’s Emerging Market Laboratory (TEM Lab) is not only about providing high quality consulting for emerging market clients during the course of a five week project. It is also about building lasting relationships between Thunderbird and emerging market partners. From January 28th – 30th, Thunderbird hosted a special guest from Kathmandu, […]

First Tuesday – Graduate Mixer

The First Tuesday event is a culture where alumni from Thunderbird meet and socialize with each other in exotic locations in their respective cities on the First Tuesday of every month. There are three Thunderbird chapters in Arizona: Phoenix Chapter, Scottsdale Chapter and Tucson Chapter. I have attended most of the First Tuesday Events organized […]

Thunderbird Angel Network powers entrepreneurs

By Tanaha Hairston, MBA ’13 The Thunderbird Angel Network, established in the fall of 2010, is a medium that connects investors to entrepreneurs with early stage companies that have the potential to grow rapidly.  The network is based at Thunderbird School of Global Management and is unique because its investors are interested in both domestic […]