Fall at Tuck: My Top 5 Favorite Moments
Tuck has become a home away from home for Emma He T’17. Her first fall at Tuck was full of challenges and fun. Here are five experiences she enjoyed the most.Guest Student Contributor, February 04, 2016
Ayobami Olufadeji T’16, a native of Nigeria, will be a medical doctor with an MBA.
His goal is to improve health care access in his home country.
Market failure has long been a staple of Economics 101. Today a textbook example can tragically be found amid the world’s growing fears related to the Zika virus.Read the Report
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If you use a consultant, it is important that the entire application is your ideas and your work, except the recommendation letters, of course, which should definitely NOT be yours. Be sure that your application reflects who you are.Admissions, February 02, 2016
To me, the definition of education is an experience that makes you think differently about something you thought you understood. That’s why I view the three weeks I spent in Prague this December as a keystone of my Tuck education. Having just completed my OnSite Global Consulting project, I’ll never think about Europe—or newspapers—in the same way.Guest Student Contributor, January 28, 2016