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Launched two years ago, Tuck's Research-to-Practice seminars teach MBA students critical-thinking skills, to test ideas against both theory and data. Even more striking than the seminars' unique intimate format is the way they peel back the layers on a particular body of research.
Timberland CEO Jeff Swartz T’84 is winning people over—one eco-friendly piece of gear at a time—with a deeply held belief that doing good in the world is also good for the bottom line. Will competitors follow suit?
Tuck alums indulge their love of skiing and the school at CarniVAIL 2011.
Professor Vijay Govindarajan posed this question in his blog on the Harvard Business Review website last August and the response was overwhelming.
GreenLite uses meters to collect data on energy usage that students directly control, such as outlets and lighting.
Meyers, an independent investment adviser in California, has a keen interest in environmental issues. Her talk at Tuck was titled “Inside the Carbon War Room.”
Kemp was Tuck’s first African American graduate and a pioneer in the advertising industry. He passed away on March 5.