Thunderbird News

Project Syndicate
Now that the COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating the diffusion of digital technologies, international rules and standards governing data urgently need to catch up. The more that policymaking remains stuck at...
ASU Now
In Arizona State University’s first academic program based entirely at its Washington, D.C., location, an innovative graduate curriculum is giving the initial cohort deep insights into how to address the...
Foreign Affairs
Thunderbird is the world’s premier academic institution for the study of global leadership, management, and business for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, but we are much more than a school. Thunderbird...
SustMeme
Back from the brink of serious financial difficulties just over five years ago, Thunderbird School of Global Management is now little more than 12 months away from celebrating the grand...
Merit
What if digital learning and remote executive education were not a compromise, but a chance for L&D to innovate and achieve as much, if not more? In an interview with...
CNBC
"They are using interest and attention to an issue as a way to get clicks and take advantage of changed behavior," said Nicholas Davis, professor of practice at Thunderbird School...
The Washington Post (Photo: Afolabi Sotunde/Reuters)
To combat the spread of infection while minimizing social and economic disruptions, Africa is promoting multilateralism through cooperation and coordination among its countries.
ASU Now
The School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies has partnered with Thunderbird School of Global Management to offer a new 4+1 program allowing students to receive an undergraduate degree in...
Financial Times (Photo © Yuya Shino/Reuters)
The coronavirus pandemic has created a double blow for graduating MBA students because they were also unable to celebrate on campus alongside classmates, says Sanjeev Khagram, dean of Thunderbird School...
Thunderbird School of Global Management
As a Thunderbird and a global citizen, I promise: I will strive to act with honesty and integrity, I will respect the rights and dignity of all people, I will...
The World Economic Forum
Our "new normal" isn’t COVID-19 itself – it's COVID-like incidents. And a cyber pandemic is probably as inevitable as a future disease pandemic. The time to start thinking about the...
Reuters
Sanjeev Khagram, the dean of the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University, said he is telling international students that "virtual teams" are the future, so adjusting to...
CNBC
Arizona State plans to use robots during the graduation ceremony for its Thunderbird School of Global Management. The school’s dean, Dr. Sanjeev Khagram, and Juili Kale, one of its soon-to-be...
India Today
Students in Arizona State University will now be able to attend their graduation ceremonies amid the coronavirus lockdown with the help of robots!
New York Times
Juili Kale's dreams to receive her master's degree diploma in a ceremony cheered on by her family were dashed by the coronavirus - until robots came to the rescue.
Yahoo! News
A college graduation is nothing without the pomp and circumstance of donning a cap and gown to receive your diploma amid friends and family.
AZ Family
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown a wrench into graduation plans for thousands of students. But many are finding a way to celebrate virtually. For example, grads at the Thunderbird School...
Inside Higher Ed
Thunderbird School of Global Management used avatar robots so students could still "walk" across the stage.
As graduation season approaches, students around the world face missing the opportunity to attend ceremonies that celebrate years of hard work. However, the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona...
Arizona State University will hold virtual commencement ceremonies next week due to the coronavirus pandemic, but some graduate students from the Thunderbird School of of Global Management will still get...
What’s graduation going to look like for thousands of students across the world this year? For some graduates at Arizona State University, it’s going to look very futuristic!
By Dr. Landry Signé, Dr. Sanjeev Khagram, and Julia Goldstein From artificial intelligence for medical diagnostics to mobile technology for data collection and contact tracing, technologies associated with the Fourth...
By Rebeca Hwang and Sebastian Campanario In episodes 18 and 19 of the fifth season of Seinfeld, the most successful comedy show in history, there is a character played by...
“We believe that universities are our greatest hope of solving some of the world’s biggest challenges,” says Phil Baty, Chief Knowledge Officer at Times Higher Education.
"It would be really surprising if we didn't have a recession for at least two quarters, if not a year," said Dr. Sanjeev Khagram, director general and dean of Thunderbird...
In an interview with a popular business school website, Thunderbird’s Dean confirms that a STEM designation focused on data science is in the works.
Attention Arizona State University students and others in downtown Phoenix: You're about to have some new neighbors (after many months of construction).
Attention Arizona State University students and others in downtown Phoenix: You're about to have some new neighbors (after many months of construction).
Entrepreneur program empowers Native women to forge a brighter future
Diplomas in hand, 16 Navajo women became the latest graduating class of Project DreamCatcher, a free business training program that aims to create economic opportunities for female Native entrepreneurs.
psyche mission nasa
The NASA Psyche Mission is a journey to a unique metal world called Psyche, an asteroid orbiting the sun between Mars and Jupiter. The mission is currently in development and...
Will trillion-tree opportunity really revive the green planet?
Gary Gero is the chief sustainability officer for Los Angeles County, the most populous county in the entire United States. Home to more people than 41 of the 50 states...
Rising From The Ashes, Thunderbird Breaks New Ground
When we last reported on Thunderbird School of Global Management almost a year ago, the school had just received its best news in a long time. The Wall Street Journal...
by Thunderbird Professors Andrew Inkpen, Michael Moffett, and Kannan Ramaswamy Energy, Oil & Gas Magazine, page 5
Long before the predatory Saudi Arabian oil production attach and Covid-19 there were signs of trouble in the global oil industry.