Borealis Ventures: Venture Capital in Downtown Hanover
“How do you stay in the Upper Valley after Tuck? You get entrepreneurial,” says Phil Ferneau D'84, T'96.Guest Student Contributor, November 27, 2017
"Hands down, the most meaningful aspect of my Tuck experience has been the people. As a result, I feel passionate about sustaining Tuck’s enduring community," says Elena.READ HER STORY
Economists Slaughter and Rees opine that for the next chairperson of the Federal Reserve Board, the president must nominate the candidate who exhibits the greatest capacity to learn.Read the Report
Come here to be challenged. Leave ready to take on the most important challenges of our time.
Tuck community members speak to the role of business in addressing some of the world's greatest challenges—and the kind of leaders needed to rise to the occasion.
Dean Matthew Slaughter addresses a group of alumni during Tuck Reunion, which brings hundreds of Tuck graduates and their families back to Hanover every year in October.
OF THE CLASS OF 2016 HAD JOB OFFERS WITHIN 3 MONTHS OF GRADUATION
in the 2016 Economist ranking of alumni-network effectiveness
OF FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS FOUND INTERNSHIPS
in starting salary plus bonus in the 2017 US News ranking
"I find energy to be incredibly interesting, because it touches every aspect of the economy. Working in a sector that focuses on a pure commodity, where brand doesn’t matter, is particularly compelling in an intellectual sense," says Alex Kranitzky T'13.Guest Student Contributor, November 22, 2017
"The strong community at Tuck is one of the hallmarks of the institution. Its small class size makes it easy to get to know a larger percentage of your classmates and form close ties," says Tayo Odusanya T'19.Guest Student Contributor, December 06, 2017