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Thunderbird Graduates Soar into Their Professional Future

Thunderbird Graduates Soar into their Professional Future

May 9, 2018

On Monday, May 7, Thunderbird proudly hosted its final convocation on our historic Glendale campus. Take a look at where some of our newest graduates are headed with their global graduate degrees. Video of Another flock of T-birds takes flight - part 1 See where other graduating T-birds are headed.read more

A New Flock of T-birds Takes Flight

A New Flock of T-birds Takes Flight

May 9, 2018

On Monday, May 7, Thunderbird proudly hosted its final convocation on our historic Glendale campus. Take a look at where some of our newest graduates are headed with their global graduate degrees. Video of Another flock of T-birds takes flight - part 2 See where other graduating T-birds are headed.read more

Thunderbird Student Aaron White at Microsoft in Singapore

T-bird 'Pays It Forward' during Singapore Field Seminar

April 10, 2018

The term "lucky guy" was coined for Aaron. While visiting Microsoft in Singapore, he won 6 raffle tickets out of a cast of 10 lucky winners -- including the grand prize of the latest Microsoft Surface laptop. Isn’t this the kind of T-bird you carry with you to Vegas?read more

Love Languages: Expressing Love by Culture

Love Languages: Expressing Love by Culture

February 28, 2018

The holiday of love is upon us and as every T-bird knows, expressing your feelings can vary widely by country and culture. While in English there is only one phrase for saying “I love you”, some languages have multiple ways and many cultures are more expressive than American culture. Societal rules about PDA (Public Displays of Affection) and even friendly greetings can be tricky to navigate in foreign countries. To find out more about cultural differences in the language of love, current T-birds shared their experiences from home.read more

Honor Council’s Forum for Reflection and Reform

Honor Council’s Forum for Reflection and Reform

February 28, 2018

As future leaders, students must also seek these within themselves, a point that is greatly recognized by the Thunderbird Honor Council.read more

Tbird Jose Pepe Santos

From Baseball to Business: Thunderbird Student Jose "Pepe" Santos

February 27, 2018

Thunderbird Jose "Pepe" Santos, Master of Arts in Global Affairs & Management Country Mexico Major Master of Arts in Global Affairs & Management (MA) Athletics and Academics Jose “Pepe” Santos, a Mexican national, arrived to the United States in 2011 with the dream of playing collegiate... read more

Students  standing on a line

Peers + Professors = Preparation for Global Business Success

February 22, 2018

Succeeding in global business is no accident – it’s the result of specialized skills and knowledge. So what are these skills, and where can you find them? If you think the answer is “an MBA program,” think again. For global business success, you are better served by a program that combines peer-to-peer learning and professor-centered learning to develop different but equally important skills.read more

Tbirds celebrating regions of the world

Regional Night: A Thunderbird Global Tradition

January 31, 2018

What is the best way to get to know people from other cultures? Food and music are definitely a great way to bring a diverse community together. Both are innately part of who we are as humans; they touch us at a more deep, subconscious level than we may realize--and it can be the perfect tool that brings us to one table, where we can truly interact in our love of culturally diverse food, music and art.read more

Peer Learning: Collaboration over Competition

Peer Learning: Collaboration over Competition

December 7, 2017

At Thunderbird, our peer-to-peer learning approach is referred to as the ‘collaborate to graduate’ model. Hear from three Thunderbird graduate students as they talk about their experiences in this collaborative learning environment.read more