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Tuck is tapping into a local resource for its global learning requirement—Dartmouth faculty.
During a forum hosted by Tuck, U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte and New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan discussed fundamental issues at the intersection of business and government.
An early mentor set the tone for marketing professor Kusum Ailawadi’s research interests, spurring a series of questions she’s still answering today.
The newly announced, Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society, will facilitate collaboration across disciplines and will offer an array of new and meaningful ways for MBA students to deepen their engagement with the energy industry and explore career opportunities related to this critical sector.
Kerry Laufer, the director of TuckGO-OnSite Global Consulting, organized and attended a conference on experiential learning in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
With the help of the Career Development Office and the alumni network, three Tuckies—two students and one alumna—spent this summer working unique self-designed internships in areas they have a true passion for: media, renewable energy, and social impact.
Hanover-based nonprofit Positive Tracks' mission is to help young people “get active and give back.” This year’s Paganucci Fellows made it their mission to help.