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    • Goodyear Executive, International Executive of the Year

    • Goodyear Executive, International Executive of the Year
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    • American Graduate School of International Management; Pilliod, C. J.; Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
    • 1976, October. C. J. Pilliod, chairman of the board of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, receives the first International Executive of the Year Award in October, 1976, during the 30th anniversary celebration of the School. The award was...
    • Residence Hall Groundbreaking

    • Residence Hall Groundbreaking
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    • American Graduate School of International Management; Voris, William; Bean, Clarke; Bimson, Earl; Cramer, Don
    • 1976 G. Clarke Bean, chairman of the Thunderbird Board of Trustees, sits at the controls of a tractor marking the December 1976 groundbreaking for two new residence halls on the Thunderbird Campus. Also shown are Dr. William Voris, Thunderbird...
    • Winterim, Frederick B.-Rentschler, CEO, Hunt-Wesson

    • Winterim, Frederick B.-Rentschler, CEO, Hunt-Wesson
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    • American Graduate School of International Management; Rentschler, Frederick B.; Hunt Wesson Foods
    • 1983 Executives like Frederick B. Rentschler often addressed students on the Thunderbird Campus, particularly during Winterim. Rentschler was President and CEO of Hunt-Wesson Foods, Inc. and spoke to the students during the 1983 Winterim program...
    • Norton Sobo with Interad Class

    • 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...

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