Research-to-Practice Seminars

Tuck's Research-to-Practice Seminars are designed to advance the critical thinking skills of our graduates.

As students in these small seminars discuss a professor's current research, they gain insight into the way top-level researchers go about knowledge creation and learn how to test ideas against both theory and data. The goal of these unique learning experiences is to enable students to become more confident thinkers capable of making better decisions for their organizations and achieving a higher level of success. The seminars are part of strategic teaching initiatives supported by gifts from our alumni.

Past Research-to-Practice Seminars include the following:

  • Corporate Takeovers
  • Deconstructing Apple
  • Firm Organization in a Global Economy
  • Firms and Trade Policy
  • Leadership and Society
  • Management of Investment Portfolios
  • Marketing Good and Evil: Consumer Moral Judgment and Well-Being
  • Private Equity
  • Retail Operations
  • Sales Promotion
  • Strategy in Innovation Ecosystems
  • Time in the Consumer Mind

See elective courses for a complete list of current Research-to-Practice Seminars.