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.
Claire B. TP14, November 11, 2012Many partners who decide to relocate to the Hanover area while their student is enrolled at Tuck are concerned with finding work in the Upper Valley. <-- That is an example of a generalization. Read on, but please bear this in mind: Everyone comes to Tuck Continue Reading
Sumeeta K. - T'14, November 09, 2012Tuck is such an amazing place for so many reasons. One of the things that stands out to me when I think about what sets it apart, is the 24/7 learning environment that being in Hanover fosters. In Tuck terms, 24/7 learning means that the potential for my knowledge base to Continue Reading
Laura T'13, November 09, 2012A few weeks ago, my Supply Chain class went to on a field tip to LLBean and Red Hook. Dean Johnson, the professor, is an enthusiastic teacher who is really excited by supply chain and logistical details. We went to Maine first, to explore the LLBean shipping and Continue Reading
Laura T'13, November 07, 2012One thing that clubs do is bring speakers on campus to discuss current events, initiatives, or goals. The Net Impact Club, a club focused on social impact activities, businesses, and organizations, recently brought Rosi Kerr, the Director of Sustainability at Dartmouth, to campus to have a lunch with a Continue Reading
Marcy H. TP'14, November 06, 2012Halloween in Hanover was great fun. On Halloween afternoon we got all the kiddos in Sachem Village together for a short parade to show off their costumes followed by a pizza party and, of course, trick-or-treating. It was really something to see our little neighborhood overrun by all Continue Reading
Laura T'13, November 05, 2012This past weekend was the Women In Business Conference. The WIB conference was amazing! The theme this year was “Be Your Own Champion”. We had wonderful alumnae keynote speakers, Helen Kurtz (T’97) Director of Marketing Excellence at General Mills and Jennifer Uhrig (T’87) Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, October 30, 2012When Will was applying to schools, he of course registered to visit Tuck and participate in an interview while here. Part of the registration process was identifying whether or not he had a partner, and if so, if his partner (yours truly) would be be coming to campus with Continue Reading
Marcy H. TP'14, October 29, 2012I recently stumbled upon this post: Things to Consider When Your Partner is Applying to an MBA Program. It's written by Veronica Armstrong, a business school wife and mother and brings up some good points regarding the location, services, and community at schools that you and your Continue Reading
Suds T, T'10, October 26, 2012Notwithstanding the positive (informal and formal) feedback I’ve received regarding kicking off the Alumni Showcase, my time, time zone, and work load constraints unfortunately preclude more frequent interactions with Tuckies and hence, blogging. A sincere vote of thanks to the subjects of my posts – venerable Tuck alums Continue Reading
Oksana C. T'14, October 18, 2012Tuck was placed #2 in the Economist'sannual ranking of full time MBA programs. I’m personally incredibly proud, but at the same time I feel that it is well deserved. The ranking is based on four factors which The Economist identifies as the primary reasons students pursue Continue Reading
Laura T'13, October 16, 2012For those interested in a social sector career or just learning more, Tuck has many opportunities to do so. There are many clubs, fellowships, cases, case competitions, and a great, receptive community. I came into Tuck with a non-profit background. I’ve been constantly supported and Continue Reading
Marcy H. TP'14, October 14, 2012Last week we went on a hike up to Boston Lot Lake. There's a longer trail you can take, but we opted for the shorter 10 minute walk up from a nearby parking lot. It's a pretty easy hike, with a great reward at the end. Continue Reading
Email us to suggest blog topics or ask a question.