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Candidates for the Executive Master of Global Affairs and Management (EMAGAM) program at Arizona State University's Thunderbird School of Global Management should tap their recent work experience to illustrate how they have acclimated to the ongoing pandemic, advises Sanjeev Khagram, the school's director general and dean.

The EMAGAM, for

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