Tuck 360: MBA Blog tagged with first year

Find out what sets Tuck apart. Hear from the people who make Tuck distinctive among the world’s top MBA programs—students, partners, Tuck admissions staff, and the Tuck administrators who will work with you throughout your two years at Tuck. The Tuck 360: MBA blog combines candid insight about life at Tuck from students and partners with helpful insider tips and advice from Tuck staff who want you to succeed at Tuck.

Tuck Women go to UCLA for Stock Pitch Competition

Guest Student Contributor, March 19, 2014

Michaela is a T’15 who lived in Asia before Tuck, working in sales and trading for a bulge bracket investment bank. She is pursuing a career in Investment Management after Tuck and will be co-chair of the Investment Club next year.   A few weeks ago, a team of Continue Reading 


Faculty Expertise

Stephanie Butler, March 11, 2014

Many professors who teach in the MBA program also teach as part of Tuck Executive Education.  Visit the Executive Education blog faculty insights. VIDEOS:  Paul Argenti, Professor of Corporate Communication, offers advice on a variety of real life reputation and communication incidents, in On Message with Continue Reading 


Career Treks - Tuck goes West for Tech

Guest Student Contributor, March 06, 2014

Sandy Chen is a T’15 from San Francisco, CA.  Prior to business school, she spent two of her most glorious years eating her way through the halls of Williams-Sonoma as their Sweet Food Inventory Planner.  She is also a former Industrials investment banker and founder of a Continue Reading 


Tuck Travels to Mexico City for Case Competition

Stephanie Butler, February 25, 2014

First-year Tuck students, Eric Sparks and Christine Hou, traveled to Mexico City to participate in IPADE's annual Global Case Competition. IPADE is unique among case competitions in that schools send a handful of students and the case teams are created on site. Schools are mixed and mingled for maximum Continue Reading 


The importance of time management at Tuck

Ankit S - T'15, February 14, 2014

I just realized that I haven't blogged for over 3 months! There's a deeper meaning here - the 'just realized' loops back to the fact that time passes by incredibly fast here at Tuck. I recall thinking many times in class each day that I will go back to Continue Reading 


Update From the CDO: A Strong Recruiting Season Continues

Jonathan Masland - Director of Career Development , January 23, 2014

Following a strong 2013, I am pleased to report that 2014 is off to a similarly great start with on-campus recruiting season for first-year students now in full swing. The Career Development Office (CDO) team has been hard at work helping first years prepare for on-campus interviews and catching up with second Continue Reading 


Student Consulting Group Helps Local Businesses

Stephanie B. - Admissions, January 22, 2014

Over the past few months, teams of T'15s have participated in 66 projects for 15 organizations through the student-run group, Tuck Student Consulting Services (TSCS).  Yesterday, T'14 Co-Chairs Alena Harrison and Eric Winn, invited the community to view a summary of the group's  Continue Reading 


A Day in the Life of a First-Year Tuckie

Guest Student Contributor, January 20, 2014

Isaac is a T'15 from Denver, CO. After graduating from Brigham Young University with a degree in economics, he headed east for a job with Sears Holdings Corporation in Chicago, IL.  Heading even further east, Isaac came to Tuck with his wife and one son.  They’ve Continue Reading 


My top 10 Tuck memories - 1/6 of the way there!

Maryn J. - T'15, January 09, 2014

This post was written as I sit in my Seattle home, finally able to decompress and reflect on the most amazing four months of my life.  Less than forty-eight hours ago I had turned in my last final which means that I am officially 1/6 complete with my Tuck Continue Reading 


Fun for all seasons!

Kate T. - TP'15, December 14, 2013

As Fall B wraps up at Tuck, I am amazed by how much Tuck Partners (TPs), and their students and families, have experienced during our first months in Hanover and the surrounding Upper Valley area. Below is just a sampling of some of the fun activities that have been planned Continue Reading 


Looking Back: One Year Ago

Guest Student Contributor, December 09, 2013

Isaac is a T'15 from Denver, CO. After graduating from Brigham Young University with a degree in economics, he headed east for a job with Sears Holdings Corporation in Chicago, IL.  Heading even further east, Isaac came to Tuck with his wife and one son.  They’ve Continue Reading 


Talk to us!  Have questions about life as a Tuck Partner (TP) in Hanover?

Partner Post Archive, December 02, 2013

Will and I are just getting back from a short Thanksgiving holiday with our family in Chicago; for those of you who celebrate the American holiday, I hope you enjoyed weekends with your loved ones as well. I've gotten a few emails recently from prospective students and their prospective Continue Reading 


Career Treks - Marketing and General Management in the Twin Cities

CDO, December 02, 2013

Alexandra (“Alex”) Clegg is member of the Class of 2015 and a Forte Scholar. Alex, originally from Ohio, graduated from Colby College. Prior to Tuck, she provided corporate strategy and transaction advisory to the Defense, Aerospace, and Government Services industries at Renaissance Strategic Advisors and Charles River Associates in Continue Reading 


Career Treks - Energy in Houston, TX

CDO, November 27, 2013

Tanmay is a first year student at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Prior to business school, he spent 4 years working with Shell. He has worked in several roles including internal consulting, project management and engineering design for major oil and gas projects at various locations across Asia. Tanmay Continue Reading 


Colgate Palmolive Comes to Tuck

CDO, November 25, 2013

Several 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 


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