Beginning in October 2019 and running through Reunion 2020, we invite the entire Tuck community to join us for a year-long series of events, programming, and engagement in honor of this important milestone of coeducation and in celebration of the diverse community of accomplished leaders that has since followed.
Beginning in October 2019, Tuck will host a series of events and programming that reflect on its rich history and celebrate its vibrant future.
Beginning in October 2019, Tuck will host a series of events and...
As a guest on Harvard Business Review’s Women at Work podcast, Ella Bell Smith, professor of business administration, discusses how women can draw...
As a guest on Harvard Business Review’s Women at Work podcast, Ella...
Kate Grussing T'91 offers tip on how to reach your full potential in your career. Grussing is founder and managing director of Sapphire Partners, a...
Kate Grussing T'91 offers tip on how to reach your full potential in your...
The Tuck class of 2020 represents 42 countries, is comprised of 45 percent women, and holds all-time high test scores.
The Tuck class of 2020 represents 42 countries, is comprised of 45...
Kathryn Baker T'93 is a true expert on boards of directors. She has served on more than 20 of them over the last 16 years, ranging from oil and gas...
Kathryn Baker T'93 is a true expert on boards of directors. She has...
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Securing our competitive advantage depends on significant philanthropic investments in Tuck’s long-term financial stability. Donors considering making a major gift may direct their support toward any area that matches their personal interests with the needs and priorities of the school. Tuck’s Leadership Giving team is looking forward to helping you shape the gift opportunity that is right for you.
TAG is a powerful means to make immediate impact. Annual funds provide flexible current- and future-use support for everything from Tuck’s core operation to our most cutting-edge innovations and strategic priorities. Donors can designate their gift to highest priorities, student scholarship support, faculty support, or inclusive leadership and are encouraged to make an annual commitment. Members of the TAG team are available to help decide what level is appropriate for you.
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Including Tuck in your estate plans is a wonderful way to make a lasting gift to Tuck. These legacy gifts ensure that future generations of Tuck graduates will have the same transformative educational experience you did and provide stability for Tuck’s long-term planning.
To learn more about the various ways to include Tuck in your estate plans, contact Tara Goodman, Senior Associate Director, Gift Planning.
Alliances with corporate donors build upon complementary strengths and the objectives of each partner, including access to our talented students. Corporate donors provide funding for facilities, endowed professorships, and student financial aid. These gifts have proven to be indispensable for the school, which offers recognition opportunities for donors.
To learn more about partnering with Tuck, contact Katherine R. Norton, Director, Dartmouth Office for Corporate and Foundation Relations, Dartmouth College.
David F. Craver T’97
Vicki U. Craver T’97
Peter A. Kadas T’90
Yu-San Kan T’86
Andre L. Roberts Koester T’98
Michael E. Koester T’99
Roger J. Lynch T’95, TP’18
Richard F. X. McArdle Jr. T’86, P’16, P’18, P’21
Paul E. Raether T’73, TP’03
Daniel R. Revers T’89, P’18
Carlos Rodriguez-Pastor Jr. T'88
Tore Rynning-Nielsen T’85
Isabel Scharmer T’00
Jennifer S. Uhrig T’87, P’19
Jonathan M. Uhrig T’87, P’19
Laura P. Ward T’89, MPH’18
Michael D. Ward T’92
Christopher J. Williams T’84