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Thunderbird School of Global Management Archives

Digital materials and research tools providing access to Thunderbird's historically significant records and publications.

Thunderbird Names Over the Years

2007-Present       Thunderbird School of Global Management

2004-2007           Thunderbird, the Garvin School of International Management

1997-2004           Thunderbird, the American Graduate School of International Management

1973-1997           American Graduate School of International Management (AGSIM)

1968-1973           Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management

1946-1968           American Institute for Foreign Trade

Thunderbird Leadership Over the Years

Dr. Sanjeev Khagram (2018-Present)

                                    

Dr. Allen Morrison (2014-2018)                       Dr. Larry Penley (2012-2014)

                              

   Barbara Barrett (2012)                                     Dr. Angel Cabrera (2004-2012)

                                            

Dr. Roy Herberger (1989-2004)                        Dr. William Voris (1971-1989)

                                                   

   Robert Delaney (1970-1971)                            Dr. Arthur Peterson (1966-1968)

                                             

Dr. Carl Sauer (1953-1966)                                 Edward B. Juliber (1952-1953)

                                                

Dr. William Lytle Schurz (1948-1951)               Lt. General Barton Kyle Yount (1946-1948)

 

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