Forum: What Does Thunderbird Mean to You?

By Emma Livingston, Co-editor I want to start a conversation at Thunderbird about our vision for this school’s future. For the next few weeks, I will be writing a series of articles about what we value in the school, what people are worried about, and where we would like to see Thunderbird five, twenty, fifty […]

Alumni Interview: Mohit Mehta

By Chaitra Somasundar, Staff Writer Mohit Mehta is a T-Bird working as the Director of the Research division at Dinan & Co. He completed his undergraduate degree in Economics from W.P. Carey School of Business in 2004. While at ASU, he cultivated an interest in international business due to his coursework, interactions with professors, projects […]

The Winterim’s Tale – Act II

Every winter break sees T-birds flitting off to different corners of the world, hoping to enrich their minds (and add to their visa collection) on a unique adventure known as the Winterim. In this last part, Das Tor takes a look at the Brazil winterim… Matthew McConaty, 14 Winterim: I had the privilege of being on […]

Winterim on Wall Street 2014

By Rajiv Gajjala Bharat Sai Exposure to the real business environment is a key aspect of learning in an MBA degree and the Thunderbird Winterim programs enable students to experience and explore the current situation, opportunities and advancements in their desired career choice. The Wall Street Winterim in particular has been significant in providing a […]

The Winterim’s Tale (Act I)

Every winter break sees T-birds flitting off to different corners of the world, hoping to enrich their minds (and add to their visa collection) on a unique adventure known as the Winterim. So if you think you missed out, take a short trip with these students… Rena James, ’14 Winterim: Big Emerging Market, India Places/companies visited […]

Build-Your-Own Winterim

The Winterim was one of the aspects of Thunderbird I most looked forward to when choosing to pursue a Master’s in Business. Traveling the world with fellow students for a month, meeting with companies, what’s not to like? I quickly found out that what I did not enjoy was the price tag of such excursions. […]

Update 11/22

Happy Friday, Thunderbirds! We are wrapping up a very important week! As you know, the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) was on campus this week and met with a number of you.  The HLC team members I spoke with specifically told me how impressed they were with our students – they mentioned how professional, articulate, passionate, […]

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 […]

Update 11/1

Hello T-Birds! I hope that your studies are going extremely well but that you managed to find time to enjoy a fun Halloween! I am always impressed by the way our students balance the rigor of their coursework, the importance of their career search, and the value of fun and friendship. Thunderbird students are the […]

Winterim Fair

To everyone in attendance last week at the Winterim fair, the feeling in the air was palpable–excitement, positivity, and a little anxiety. I attended a few of the information sessions regarding January’s offerings, and looking around the room at my fellow students, I couldn’t help but think that finally we were in competition with each […]