After a year of analysis and planning, Dr. Angel Cabrera is leading a major transformation of the School that includes new faculty, new curriculum and new plans for the future.
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ELCOME to the online version of the Thunderbird Magazine, which is meant to complement the printed version of the magazine. In some cases articles from the online version have bonus items, including extra text, charts, surveys, artwork or direct links to helpful websites.

James Lynch '77 and a group of intrepid adventurers traveled 10,000 kilometers through deadly terrain in a quest to be the first to reach the source of the Amazon by vehicle.
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Adel Labib '83 aims to break not the sound barrier but the monopolistic grip that state-supported monoliths have on the telecommunication market. His upstart company is making waves in Switzerland, his adopted home.
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Agenda
Homecoming Alumni gather in Glendale for an artful weekend.
European Reunion T-birds frolic on Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc.
Because It's There Two alumni on a quest for the Seven Summits.
Global Citizenship Thunderbird establishes a philanthropic office.
Prague Graduation Vaclav Havel addresses our newest graduates. >>
Alumni Relations Reborn
Big changes come to T-bird office. >>

Faculty Focus
Sales is dead Value-based selling is the key to sales within the IT industry.
India telecoms What lessons can be learned from India's deregulation efforts? >>
Chapter News
Texas Give 'em The Lone Star State's chapters band together to raise at least $100,000 for an endowed scholoarship.
Blazing fun Thunderbirds gather for the celebration of Saint Jean at an ancient castle outside Paris. >>
Forum
Use the mystique
Alumni need to band together and use the power of the "Thunderbird mystique" to support the School during this time of change. >>

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