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Tuck Admissions Insights: Your Application Essays

Luke Anthony Peña, August 17, 2018
Get advice and guidance about Tuck’s revised application essay prompts directly from the team that will evaluate and assess them. In his August blog, Luke Anthony Peña, executive director of admissions and financial aid, explains what the admissions team is looking for and how to approach Tuck’s Continue Reading >>

How to Nail Your MBA Admissions Interview

Admissions, August 15, 2018
While Tuck’s interviews are meant to be a conversation, they should still be taken as seriously as you would a job interview. Follow our advice and you’ll be in great shape! Continue Reading >>

Round 1 Ready: 6 Things for Your Tuck To-Do List

Admissions, August 08, 2018
With only six weeks to go to the Tuck School's first application deadline on September 24, here are six things to make sure you’re checking off your list. Continue Reading >>

Get to Know Tuck: 2018 Women in Business Conference

Caitlin Tappan T’19, August 02, 2018
"What I got out of that weekend was far more than I had expected: conversation and debate with like-minded women, a bit of enlightenment around my career path, and a real understanding of the Tuck community," says Caitlin Tappan T’19. Continue Reading >>

Interviewing at Tuck

Admissions, July 31, 2018
Admissions interviews play a critical role in the evaluation process and give us a more complete understanding of you as a candidate. We encourage you to tell your story and interact with an admissions representative by initiating your on-campus interview. Continue Reading >>

July 2018: What’s Up At Tuck?

Luke Anthony Peña, July 18, 2018
"Yes, the criteria and questions look different from years past. In fact, they’re more cleanly and crispy aligned with the strong values of the Tuck School, which are not changing," says admissions director Luke Anthony Peña. Continue Reading >>

5 Questions with Jon Fouts T’92 of Morgan Stanley

Guest Contributor, June 12, 2018
An interview with Tuck MBA Jon Fouts on his experience in Power & Utilities Investment Banking. Continue Reading >>

Looking Locally Before Going Global: Fellows Visit the New Hampshire State House

Rachel E. Brooks, June 12, 2018
The outgoing cohort of Business, Government & Society fellows visited the New Hampshire State House and met with an impressive group of government officials. Continue Reading >>

An Experiential Trek to the MIT Nuclear Reactor Laboratory

Aygul Sanzyapova T’19, May 31, 2018
A team of Tuck students were invited to tour the MIT Nuclear Reactor Laboratory (NRL) to get a better understanding of how electricity is generated using nuclear fuel. Continue Reading >>

Exploring Venture Capital in China

Guest Student Contributor, May 29, 2018
In addition to exploring some of the largest and most influential companies in China, the course included visits to important cultural treasures including Tiananmen Square, The Great Wall, and Lingyin Temple. Continue Reading >>

T’18s Present Proposal for Media & Tech Company Skeww at The Pitch

Guest Student Contributor, May 24, 2018
The Pitch is an annual event sponsored by the Digital Arts, Leadership, & Innovation Lab (DALI) and the Dartmouth Entrepreneurship Network (DEN) in which twenty groups pitch their business ideas in two minutes or less. Continue Reading >>

Tuck Team Helps New Energy Capital Develop Greenhouse Gas Impact Report

Pooja Yadav T’18, May 23, 2018
When New Energy Capital approached Tuck looking for support in developing their annual Greenhouse Gas Impact Report, a team of Tuck MBAs were eager to dive in. Continue Reading >>

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