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CDO, November 26, 2013Jeph Shaw is a T’15 originally from Western Massachusetts. After graduating from Tufts University in 2007, he joined the technology group of an investment bank in Boston focusing on Merger and Acquisition advisory. Most recently, he worked in energy private equity with a firm based in Hanover, focusing Continue Reading
CDO, November 25, 2013Several Tuck alums who work at Colgate Palmolive, including Michael Sload T’89, Vice President & General Manager, Global Personal Care returned to Hanover to provide students interested in marketing careers with two days of training. On Thursday, they led a group of 30 students on marketing store checks around Continue Reading
Partner Post Archive, November 24, 2013We got our first real snowfall of the season yesterday. It wasn't much, just a couple inches, but it's just enough to transform the landscape into a bit of a winter wonderland. It was fun to watch the snow fall last night, and the boys loved playing with Continue Reading
Student Post Archive, November 20, 2013On October 25 and 26, Tuck welcomed more than 125 current and prospective students, alumnae, faculty, staff and friends to take part in workshops, panel discussions, and mock classes as part of the 2013 Women in Business Conference. The planning process among the two other co-chairs and I began in the spring. Continue Reading
Student Post Archive, November 19, 2013I’m spending the fall term of my second year on exchange in Sydney and, to be perfectly honest, I was not sure if this was the right decision to make. I had no doubt that being in Australia would be a good decision and that I would Continue Reading
Jonathan Masland - Director of Career Development , November 19, 2013This post was originally published as part of the Ask the Experts series on MBA.com. The same practices that make MBAs successful in their job search also make them effective in gaining admittance to the MBA program of their choice. As a quick introduction, I am the director Continue Reading
Gelsey Tolosa - Admissions, November 11, 2013If you are applying in the January Round, I strongly encourage you to visit us and take advantage of our open interview policy. Interviewing before you submit your application will inform your "why Tuck" essay and will help you articulate why you think Tuck is a good fit for you Continue Reading
Arpitha D. T'15, November 10, 2013I wouldn't do any justice summarizing my time here in the last 2 months in one blog post. But hey, have to give it a try! What did I do after the Orientation Week? Each day has been new, exciting and challenging at the same time. Every day Continue Reading
Nancy G.- Admissions, November 05, 2013Planning and preparing for an MBA isn't just about studying for and taking the GMAT, finding the best recommenders, and preparing for admissions interview. One of the most critical (and often overlooked) aspects of any MBA planning process is thinking about how you will finance your degree. There are Continue Reading
CDO, October 31, 2013Each year as the first – and notoriously rigorous – term comes to a close, the Career Development Office (CDO), in conjunction with student clubs, organizes multiple Career Treks. The Treks offer a unique opportunity for first-year students to travel as a group, visiting sought after companies and speaking with Continue Reading
Partner Post Archive, October 28, 2013It is late fall-- the chill in the air is getting chillier, the bright foliage is falling off the trees, and we've even had to scrape ice off our car windows a morning or two already... But, I'm trying to hold on to these last vestiges of our Continue Reading
CDO, October 28, 2013Each year as the first – and notoriously rigorous – term comes to a close, the Career Development Office (CDO), in conjunction with student clubs, organizes multiple Career Treks. The Treks offer a unique opportunity for first-year students to travel as a group, visiting sought after companies and speaking Continue Reading
Stephanie B. - Admissions, October 25, 2013Grow. Make. Sell. Eat. The Tuck Food Society is perhaps the newest club on campus. Founders, Erica Johnston, Divya Belavadi, and Isabella Liu are all first-year Tuck students with a passion for both business and food. The club’s mission aims to help students explore careers along Continue Reading
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