A sword of truth. A record average salary for Tuck graduates. A car-care startup developed by two students. A look inside the most supportive alumni network in the world. A better process for warehouse pickers.
“This was another solid year for career placement at Tuck,” said Jonathan Masland, executive director of career development, of the employment success of the class of 2017. “Our graduates are prepared to lead in a dynamic world.”
These are our most-read stories of 2017.
The doctoral sword symbolizes an intellectual weapon in the quest for and defense of truth.
Constance Helfat, the James Brian Quinn Professor in Technology and Strategy, was recognized for her leading research on strategy. Read the story.
Record number of graduates take positions on the West Coast and in technology industry, according to employment data for the class of 2017. Read the story.
T’17s Russ Walker and Edward Warren are the founders of Zippity, a convenient car care startup launched in Hanover. Read the story.
Pay it forward. It’s the philosophy embedded within the heart of the Tuck alumni network—and it’s an adage that alumni do not take lightly. Read the story.
Tuck professor Santiago Gallino finds a better way for warehouse pickers to locate items quickly. Read the story.
And in case you missed them, here are our top videos of 2017.
Tuck School of Business professor Ron Adner reveals the type of strategy businesses need to adopt in order to implement successful innovations.
Nicole Burns T'17 came to Tuck with a background in finance and a passion for social impact. Leveraging the Tuck network and resources, she was able to explore her passion while also pivoting her career.
Tuck community members speak to the role of business in addressing some of the world's greatest challenges—and the kind of leaders needed to rise to the occasion.
The annual Tuck class photo day is a special tradition that celebrates the outgoing Tuck class.
“I plan to leverage my degree to continuously reach those who need help and discover how technology can fulfill their needs,” says Nick Ritter T'17 who is heading to IBM Watson Health after Tuck.