Fire and Inspiration: Native American Women’s Conference

On a cold Tuesday night, the wood started to burn, flames danced with the wind, and flashing airplanes echoed in the sky. We sat around the fire on a patio of a cliff, covered with a cozy blanket. Steven Darden, the story teller, opened the night with the history of Native Americans—the child’s first laugh, […]

Catch Up with the Dreams of the Original DreamCatchers

By Laura Aviles, Staff Writer From April 4th to 10th, Thunderbird hosted 15 Native American women for the initiative known as Project DreamCatcher. This project was launched as a partnership between the Freeport-McMoRan Foundation and Thunderbird for Good to empower Native American women entrepreneurs from the Hualapai, Tohono O’odham, San Carlos Apache, and White Mountain […]

Thunderbird’s First Annual Night of the Open Door

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor On February 20, 2016, Thunderbird participated in our first Night of the Open Door, an annual ASU event held across all campuses that welcomes the greater community in for a first-hand look at what’s happening at the school. From the Snell Rooms to the Tower, Thunderbird campus was buzzing with the […]

Meet The Original DreamCatchers

By Carlos Melendez, Guest Writer Secretary General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, once stated, “There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women.” Thunderbird for Good has kept this in mind developing several programs for women entrepreneurs around the globe, providing training for more than 100,000 women coming from more […]

1 Global Place: TEDx Mission Accomplished

By: Anthony Veltri, Guest Writer, and Alina Buzgar, News & Features Editor  April 18 marked the fruition of a bold vision: TEDxYouth@Glendale organized by Thunderbird school and students and offered to both T-birds and the larger youth community in the West Valley. 12 speakers took the stage and over 400 people were in attendance. Here is […]

Update 03/28

Happy Friday, Thunderbirds! I know there is a lot going on around campus – including issues our students should not have to deal with or even think about – I know many students feel “caught in the middle” and are distressed by rumors they have heard and also by the continuing ambiguity our community is […]

Help Thunderbird win $10,000!

WHAT: Thunderbird is participating in the Johnson & Johnson’s Be Vital Challenge 2013. This challenge is for a registered student organization with activities that helps improve the health, well-being, or prosperity of the local or global community. The student organization has to submit a 2-min video that describes its efforts and impact in making the world […]

Become Thunderbird’s CGI-U Rep!

Ever felt the need to make an impact beyond the scope of Thunderbird?  Thunderbird for Good is looking for a student to represent Thunderbird at the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U)! The chosen student will hold a paid position and will be helping Thunderbird decide how to spend $10 K towards achieving CGI U goals. […]

Clinton Global Initiative at Thunderbird

Thunderbird School of Global Management and other partners took a market-driven approach to enhancing women-owned businesses in global supply chains, by announcing a Commitment to Action on September 24, 2013 at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting in New York City, which was broadcast live at Thunderbird’s Auditorium 3. The Commitment to Action is […]

Pisco, Picchu, and Peru

By Kyle Mahoney Five weeks ago, eighteen T-birds with only a trimester of business school under their belts headed to Lima, Peru. Several of us had been here before, but for the majority it was the first time experiencing this beautiful country. We were determined to make this trip unique and exciting, and, without knowing […]