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    • Oral  History Kellie Kreiser 02-05-09

    • Thunderbird School of Global Management
    • Thunderbird for Good
    • Thunderbird for Good. An interview with Kellie Kreiser, Executive Director: Thunderbird for Good was established in 2005 to fulfill the Thunderbird School of Global Management's commitment to global citizenship, drawing upon its strengths and...
    • Executive Education - Huffco

    • Kent Sievers
    • Huffington, Roy; Voris, William; Parker, C. Wolcott; Huffco; American Graduate School of International Management
    • 1984 Celebrating the opening of the new Thunderbird International Conference Center are C. Wolcott Parker, Director of the Thunderbird Management Center (then known as "Intercom"), Dr. William Voris, Thunderbird President and Roy M. Huffington,...
    • Aerial View, Thunderbird Campus, 2002

    • Rupp Aerial Photo
    • aerial photography;Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management
    • This 2002 aerial photo of the Thunderbird Campus shows the additions to the physical plant under President Herberger, including the southeast quadrant World Business Building complex (1992), Residence Halls A and B around the swimming pool, the...
    • Executive Education Classroom Building

    • Unknown
    • American Graduate School of International Management; Buildings
    • The entrance to the Executive Education classroom building has a dramatic Thunderbird appearance. The building opened in October, 1997.
    • Career Services/Executive Education Building

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    • Thunderbird,The American Graduate School of International Management
    • The new Career Services / Executive Education Building placed under one roof the two units that serve the Thunderbird corporate audience. The building opened in August, 1998.
    • American Institute for Foreign Trade Founding Administrators

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    • American Institute for Foreign Trade; Dunne, Finley Peter; Patterson, John; Yount, Barton Kyle
    • Three men who developed the American Institute for Foreign Trade in 1946-47 are shown in this photo (l-r). 1) John Patterson was former Director of the School of Public Affairs of American University and Chief, Division of Inter-American...
    • Dancers at AIFT

    • Rockwell, Charles
    • Latin America; South America commerce; Dancing; American Insitute for Foreign Trade; Thunderbird Field I
    • Students at American Institute for Foreign Trade not only learned how to do business in a foreign country, but they also learned the culture of Latin American countries. Friday night folk dances were part of the cultural aspect of a Thunderbird...
    • Paul Wilson

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    • Business Education; accounting
    • Professor Paul Wilson could make accounting come alive for even the most resistant students.
    • Alvin Marks

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    • Business Education; American Management Association
    • In 1966, two academic faculty chairs were created: The American Management Association created the AMA Chair of International Management on Oct. 14, 1966, naming Prof. Alvin M. Marks to the chair. The Citibank Chair of International Finance was...
    • AIFT President Dr. Art Peterson

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    • Peterson, Dr. Arthur
    • Dr. Arthur L. Peterson was elected to be President of the American Institute for Foreign Trade at a meeting of the Institute's Board of Directors on April 20, 1966. Peterson came to Thunderbird from the position of director of the Ben A. Arneson...
    • Norton Sobo with Interad Class

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    • Sobo, Norton; Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management
    • In 1967, Norton Sobo followed Edwin Coleman as director of the advertising program for which Thunderbird became famous. He is shown here in the center of a group of students. In 1968, ten teams vied for the top spot. Presentation included...
    • Monterrey Tech President and son

    • Unknown
    • Rangel, Rafael
    • Shown with his son at the Thunderbird graduation, December, 1996, is Rafael Rangel Sostmann, Rector of the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM, better known as Tecnológico de Monterrey or Monterrey Tech). Rangel was...
    • President Roy Herberger

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    • Herberger, Roy
    • On July 1, 1989, Roy A. Herberger, Jr., became the School's eighth president. He had previously been dean of the Cox School of Management at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Herberger stepped into a Thunderbird that was poised to...
    • Angel Cabrera Becomes President of Thunderbird

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    • Cabrera; Thunderbird School of Global Management
    • In August, 2004, Angel Cabrera of Spain became the first foreign-born president of Thunderbird, following the retirement of Roy Herberger. He quickly met the challenges of balancing the School's budget, differentiating the Thunderbird brand from...
    • Project Artemis

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    • Afghan Women Entrepreneurs
    • Two Afghan women are shown studying ways to improve their business skills in Project Artemis, Afghanistan, operated by Thunderbird School of Global Management. The program is a unique business-skills training project that aims to build the...
    • Lt. General Barton Kyle Yount

    • Unknown
    • Yount, Barton Kyle
    • Under the direction of the School's first president, retired Lt. General Barton Kyle Yount, the School opened its doors on Oct. 6, 1946 as American Institute for Foreign Trade. Yount, former head of the Army Air Training Command, had been...
    • Entrance Sign to American Institute for Foreign Trade Campus

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    • American Institute for Foreign Trade; Schools--Arizona--Glendale; Thunderbird Field I
    • The American Institute for Foreign Trade opened its doors on Oct. 1, 1946, just six months after its founders acquired Thunderbird Field I, the deactivated Army Air Forces Training Base. Because the school received the property from the War Assets...
    • AIFT Students

    • Rockwell, Charles
    • Students 1940-1950; South America commerce; American Institute for Foreign Trade; Thunderbird Field I;
    • Because of its proximity to Mexico and Latin America, the early years of Thunderbird (American Institute for Foreign Trade) focused on doing business in that region of the world. Portuguese and Spanish were the only languages taught, and most...
    • Thunderbird Foreign Language Class

    • Unknown
    • Spanish language study and teaching; American Institute for Foreign Trade; Thunderbird Field I.
    • In 1946 Arizona's mild climate attracted students from 45 of the 48 U.S. States who enjoyed occasional foreign language classes held outdoors. Here Carmen Madrigal helps students with their Spanish pronunciation in the shade of a pepper tree.

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