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

Admissions, August 08, 2018

Six weeks until Tuck’s Round 1 deadline (September 24) and six things to make sure you’re checking off your list.  1. Learn what our new admissions criteria are all about. Not only are smart, nice, accomplished, and aware descriptors of a Tuck student, they’re also exactly Continue Reading 

Get to Know Tuck: 2018 Women in Business Conference

Caitlin Tappan T’19, August 02, 2018

When I was first contemplating going to business school, Tuck’s Women in Business Conference was recommended to me as a way to experience firsthand what an MBA might be like. I applied, signed up to stay in a dorm(!) for a night, and made the drive up Route 89 Continue Reading 

Interviewing at Tuck

Admissions, July 31, 2018

At Tuck, we believe that strong interpersonal skills are essential for success as a leader and a team member. Accordingly, 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 guarantee your Continue Reading 

July 2018: What’s Up At Tuck?

Luke Anthony Peña, July 18, 2018

a { color:#467c3b; font-weight:heavy; } Happy July, friends! I’m back on the blog after a brief hiatus in June. Summer is in full swing in Hanover, and while I’m soaking up all the New Hampshire summer sun I can, my colleagues and I are also Continue Reading 

5 Questions with Jon Fouts T’92 of Morgan Stanley

Guest Contributor, June 12, 2018

Jon Fouts T’92 is a managing director in the Power & Utilities Investment Banking division at Morgan Stanley. He was kind enough to answer a few questions about his experience after Tuck. What was the most important part of your Tuck experience that you’ve taken with you Continue Reading 

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

Rachel E. Brooks, June 12, 2018

On Friday, May 11, the outgoing cohort of Business, Government & Society fellows had the opportunity to visit the New Hampshire State House and meet with an impressive group of government officials. The trip, organized with the help of Governor John Lynch, one of the Center for Business, Government & Society Continue Reading 

An Experiential Trek to the MIT Nuclear Reactor Laboratory

Aygul Sanzyapova T’19, May 31, 2018

By Aygul Sanzyapova T’19 As part of the Revers Center for Energy at Tuck, we were invited to tour the MIT Nuclear Reactor Laboratory (NRL) to get a better understanding of how electricity is generated using nuclear fuel. To prepare the group for the tour, we were given Continue Reading 

Exploring Venture Capital in China

Guest Student Contributor, May 29, 2018

In March 2018, 24 Tuck students traveled to China for a Global Insight Expedition (GIX) led by Professor Gordon Phillips, faculty director of the Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship, and Shu Chen T’18, who served as operations leader. The team spent nearly two weeks in China exploring the venture capital 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. Groups are judged on the originality of the idea, potential impact, feasibility of the idea, Continue Reading 

Tuck Team Helps New Energy Capital Develop Greenhouse Gas Impact Report

Pooja Yadav T’18, May 23, 2018

By Katrina Goulden T’18 One of the main reasons I chose Tuck was that I firmly believed the school would provide me with unique, meaningful experiential learning opportunities. I have not been disappointed. One of the most notable experiential learning projects I worked on was with two of my Continue Reading 

Q&A with Tuck Student Ambassador: Anchit Duggal

Anchit Duggal, May 21, 2018

Tuck Student Ambassadors collaborate with the Admissions Office to share their Tuck experience with prospective students. Part of this group is structured to represent eight geographical regions, with a Regional Captain leading each. Today, meet Anchit, T'18 and India Co-Captain. Tell us a little bit about yourself. You can Continue Reading 

OnSite Global Consulting Project with Impact Hub

Catherine Boysen T’18, May 15, 2018

When I decided to come to Tuck, there were so many opportunities available that it was hard to predict exactly how I’d spend my two years. I knew I’d tackle certain concrete skills in the core curriculum, but other skills, like honing my problem-solving ability and Continue Reading 

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