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Thunderbird Knowledge Network Wants Your Feedback

April 24, 2018

Since its resurrection a year ago, Knowledge Network has delivered actionable insights and thought-provoking perspectives to more than 47,000 people! Now it’s time to take it to the next level, and for that we need your help. Take 5 minutes and share your more

Student Scholarships

Celebrating International Women's Day 2018

March 8, 2018

Today we are celebrating International Womens Day! Thunderbird is proud to continue its support and help create future leaders and businesswomen in roles, organizations, and communities across the more

An Educational Edge for Entrepreneurs

An Educational Edge for Entrepreneurs

February 22, 2018

Today, all business is global business, so Thunderbird School of Global Management has programs to prepare entrepreneurs to start or expand a business with international exposure and reach. And with the diversity, affordability, and support systems available in Phoenix, a Thunderbird experience sets you up to more

Battle of the Valleys - Phoenix vs. Silicon

The Valley of the Sun Outshines Silicon Valley for Tech, Start-ups and More [INFOGRAPHIC]

February 16, 2018

Let's count the ways the Valley of the Sun shines brighter than pricey Silicon Valley for tech start-ups, entrepreneurs and more

Phoenix is Not Silicon Valley – And That’s a Good Thing

Phoenix is Not Silicon Valley – and That’s a Good Thing

February 6, 2018

Silicon Valley has long been a breeding ground for entrepreneurs and home to some of the world’s best-known high-tech companies. Now Phoenix, however, is inching in on Silicon Valley's territory - creating an ideal environment for tech companies and their more

8 Reasons Why Phoenix is a Hub for Innovative Entrepreneurs

8 Reasons Why Phoenix is a Hub for Innovative Entrepreneurs

December 21, 2017

When Tuft & Needle co-founders felt overwhelmed trying to keep a software business afloat in Silicon Valley, they turned to the wisdom of Warren Buffet, the Oracle of Omaha, who quite consciously decided to keep his business and his life anchored in Omaha, more

Deciding on a master's degree

MBA or Specialized Master's? 4 Factors to Consider

November 30, 2017

Specialized master’s degrees now draw roughly 20% of all business school applications. Here, 4 factors to consider when deciding MBA v. specialized master’ more

Watch now! 2017 Global Speaker Series Keynotes

August 24, 2017

Managing Change in Turbulent Times: Brazil, Banking & The Business of Life Rodrigo Xavier '93, Former CEO and Chairman of Bank of America Merrill Lynch Brazil Video of Rodrigo Xavier, class of 1993 - Managing Change in Turbulent Times The ability to respond to change has become a critical... read more

Project Haibung: Thunderbird Alumna Leads School Rebuilding Effort After Nepal Earthquake

Project Haibung: Thunderbird Alumna Leads School Rebuilding Effort After Nepal Earthquake

June 28, 2017

“Tragedy should be a source of strength.” – The Dalai Lama In April 2015, the strongest earthquake to hit Nepal in nearly a century claimed the lives of 8,500 people and left millions homeless. As with most disasters, vulnerable populations were the most acutely affected, notably children... read more

Tito and his familia

Sit. Stay. Speak. Now Speak English.

June 6, 2017

I was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico. In fact, it wasn’t until I turned 24 that I ventured out of my beloved home country. Tito, on the other hand, was 84 when he came to live with me in the U.S.—and the guy didn’t know a word of English. Un poquito? No. Un viejito? Si. Pero, el es un perro? Si—ja ja ja!read more