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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...
    • Thunderbird Oath of Honor

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    • Oath
    • The Thunderbird Oath of Honor, signed by all Thunderbird graduates, is believed to be the first of its kind at a business school. Rooted in the School’s strong commitment to global citizenship, the Oath derives from the School’s belief that...
    • Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management

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    • Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management
    • On November 26, 1968, the name was changed to Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management in celebration of the School's 20th anniversary. That name would last only until Dec. 1, 1973, when it became American Graduate School of...
    • The Start of the China Program

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    • American Graduate School of International Management
    • 1980 Dr. William Voris shakes hands with the Chinese representative of the Beijing Institute for Foreign Trade upon the occasion of the Thunderbird's agreement for a cooperative program with the Chinese university October 3, 1980. The Chinese...
    • Aerial View of Thunderbird Field I

    • Swope, John
    • Thunderbird Field I; Air Forces; Air bases; World War II; Arizona--Glendale; Sheets, Millard;
    • Thunderbird Field I was a World War II air training base initially built with private funds by Southwest Airways. Planning began in November 1940, construction started Jan. 2, 1941, and operations began on March 22. Well-known artist Millard...
    • Global Sounds of Thunderbird

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    • Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management; Music, recorded
    • The student-run production of Thunderbird international musical talent, known as "Global Sounds of Thunderbird," made its debut in 1996. Students Todd Ranney and Khatchig Jingerian noticed that many Thunderbird students had considerable musical...
    • Thunderbird Activity Center

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    • American Graduate School of International Management; buildings; hangars; Thunderbird Field; Thunderbird School of Global Management
    • One former Thunderbird Field hangar was transformed in 1982 to become the Thunderbird Activity Center (TAC) on the Thunderbird School of Global Management Campus. The building that once housed the famous Stearman aircraft was used as a parking...
    • Thunderbird Air Control Tower, Modern Version

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    • Aircraft control tower; American Graduate School of International Management; Thunderbird; Thunderbird Field;
    • The Thunderbird Tower Building remains the centerpiece of the Thunderbird Campus long after the airbase had been converted to a school. This photo is taken from the garden in front of the Tower Building and features a wrought iron Thunderbird art...
    • Thunderbird Field Hangar with planes

    • Swope, John
    • Thunderbird Field I; World War II; Hangars 1930-1950; Aircraft 1940-1950; Stearman aircraft; Arizona--Glendale; American Institute for Foreign Trade; Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management
    • This photo shows one of the four World War II hangars at Thunderbird Field I. The airbase was developed by Leland Hayward and John Connolly under their private company, Southwest Airways. The arrangement was promulgated by General "Hap" Arnold,...
    • A New Name for Thunderbird

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    • American Graduate School of International Management
    • 1973, December 1. Dr. William Voris admires the sign declaring the new name of the School. On December 1, 1973, The name was changed from Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management to American Graduate School of International...
    • 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,...
    • Sunkyong Executives at Thunderbird

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    • Sunkyong Corp.;Herberger, Roy; Kim, Y. M.; Olsen, Ronald; Kane, William; Yok, Jung L.
    • Executives from Sunkyong and Thunderbird pose in 1991 behind small flags of the world with the Korean flag prominently displayed in honor of Sunkyong. The company is a large energy and telecommunications firm in Korea. Standing L-R are Ronald...
    • Thunderbird Field Aircraft Hangar

    • Swope, John
    • Hangars 1930-1950; Thunderbird Field I; American Institute for Foreign Trade; American Graduate School of International Management; Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management; U. S. Army Air Forces
    • One of the aircraft hangars at Thunderbird Field is shown here reflected in a pool of water, another stellar John Swope photo. The biwing aircraft are Stearman trainers. At the top center of the hangar is the logo of the four airbases of the Army...
    • 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...
    • Founders of Thunderbird Field

    • Markow, Robert
    • Connelly, John; Hayward, Leland; Southwest Airways; Thunderbird Field I;
    • The two men most responsible for developing Thunderbird Field were John Connelly, left, and Leland Hayward. John Connelly had been a test pilot; Hayward was a Hollywood producer as well as a pilot. Together they formed Southwest Airways and built...
    • Dinah Shore visits Thunderbird Field

    • Markow, Robert
    • Shore, Dinah; World War II; Thunderbird Field I;
    • American and Free Chinese cadets at Thunderbird Field I show the queen songstress, Dinah Shore, their custom tailoring arrangements possible in the modern parachute. The photo and caption are taken from photographer Robert Markow's book on...
    • 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...
    • Dr. William Voris, President, 1971

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    • American Graduate School of International Management; Voris, William
    • 1971 Dr. William Voris was chosen to succeed Robert Delaney as president of Thunderbird. He served as president for almost 18 years from Sept. 1, 1971 until his retirement on June 30, 1989. Among his most important accomplishments were revising...
    • 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...
    • First Balloon Race

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    • American Graduate School of International Management; Balloon races
    • 1975 The first Thunderbird Balloon Classic was held on the grounds of the Thunderbird Campus on November 8 & 9, 1975 as a fundraiser by the school's auxiliary, Friends of Thunderbird. Seventeen hot air balloons participated in the event, which...

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