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Guest Student Contributor, April 10, 2017An update on waste reduction efforts at the 2017 Business & Society Conference By Catherine Boysen T’18 Conferences at Tuck are a gathering place for discussion, ideas, and inspiration—but gathering hundreds of people also produces a tremendous amount of waste. This year, the Business and Society Conference sought Continue Reading
Guest Contributor, March 15, 2017By Annabel de Braganca T’18 The Tuck Business and Society Conference (BSC) this year asked attendees to consider what “Business Not As Usual” means. One of the most intriguing events of the day for me, a sometimes-baffled, ever-hopeful student of business and society at Tuck, was a Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, February 24, 2017By Kelly Thompson T’17 Kelly Thompson T’17 is originally from San Francisco. Prior to Tuck, Kelly worked in investment banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and as the assistant director of corporate relations at the American Museum of Natural History. Kelly spent her summer working at The Continue Reading
Guest Contributor, February 09, 2017Catherine Boysen T’18 (right) is spearheading an effort to make this year’s Business & Society Conference a “minimal waste conference.” I sat down with her recently to talk about her goals, why she’s inspired, and the impact she hopes her initiative will have. Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, January 30, 2017By Katrina Goulden T’18 Climate change is in the spotlight now more than ever, and several companies have started taking steps towards becoming more environmentally friendly. For the most part, these initial steps involve switching out traditional incandescent lightbulbs for LED alternatives or getting the latest high efficiency hand-dryer Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, November 26, 2014By Erica Johnston T'15 Erica is a second-year student from Chicago. She studied marketing and international business at Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to Tuck, she worked in operations management in the industrial sector. A career-switcher, Erica has plans to work in brand management within the food industry. Last Continue Reading
Kristin Roth - Admissions, August 12, 2014Q: What do Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Yokohama, food trucks, a climate change conference, and running a private equity fund have in common? A: All formed critical parts of Tuck students’ MBA program in 2013 – 2014. Last week, I sat in on a terrific panel about experiential education at Continue Reading
Stephanie Butler, June 17, 2014The Center for Business & Society works with students to develop an individualized program of academics, extra-curricular activities and work-experiences that fit their needs to enhance their perspective, deepen experiences, and create impact. Whether it's an interest in the ethical issues in business, environmental sustainability, or social change in Continue Reading
Stephanie Butler, March 27, 2014The Center for Business & Society recently hosted its 12th annual Business & Society Conference, themed "Business as a Lever for Social Change." Tuck faculty, staff, students, and industry leaders came together for two days of sessions covering everything from social entrepreneurship to climate change to ethics. Thursday highlights Continue Reading
Stephanie B. - Admissions, July 12, 2013The T’14s have spanned the globe this summer, interning at more than 150 companies in more than 20 countries, and their functions are just as diverse; consulting, finance, technology, CPG, entrepreneurial pursuits...and the list goes on! As for the Fellowsat The Center for Business & Society, they Continue Reading
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