Lisa Miller, the director of TuckGO-Global Insight Expeditions and TuckGO, discusses the value of Tuck’s global requirement.
Kerry Laufer, the director of OnSite Global Consulting, talks how experiential learning is done at Tuck.
Tuck is tapping into a local resource for its global learning requirement—Dartmouth faculty.
Peter Golder, the new faculty director of TuckGO, discusses how Tuck’s global, experiential learning courses help create the kind of leaders the world needs.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Tuck's global programs with a recent course that took students and faculty to Vietnam to explore the country's political economy.
A GIX to Ireland and the UK highlights the costs of political uncertainty.
An experiential journey to the heart of Mississippi.
Through a special partnership between Tuck and a business school in the Netherlands, students are swapping places to learn more about their host country’s health care system—and shared challenges and opportunities.
See below for a playlist of videos that cover various first-year projects at Tuck.
Becky Rice, director of Tuck’s First-Year Project, discusses how the course helps students achieve their personal and professional goals.
A team of Tuck students is working with 6AM Health, a specialty food business founded by Brad Callow T’13, to help bring the company to scale.
For their First-Year Project, five Tuck students traveled to Rome to develop a partnership strategy for a burgeoning urban mobility company.
For their First-Year Project, five Tuck students worked with the Normandy Institute to cultivate a vision for the future. Over spring break, the team traveled to France where they met with the founder and director of the Normandy Institute, and discussed the organization’s goals: To provide an institute that helps shape our understanding of strategic alliances, history, and complex global issues through the lens of the Normandy landings.
A global First-Year Project (FYPGO) with Irving Oil where a team of Tuck students evaluated the company’s expansion into the electric vehicle market and, specifically, how the company might best position itself to be a market leader in the implementation of electrical vehicle charging stations at its retail sites. The team traveled to both Saint John, New Brunswick and Oslo, Norway to learn more about EV disruption and meet with clients in country.
Tuck students traveled to Nepal during spring break on a global First-Year Project, working with the Himalayan Cataract Project. HCP is an organization curing preventable blindness in some of the poorest and remotest corners of the earth.
Three recent OnSite Global Consulting projects illustrate the real-world business challenges that Tuck MBAs solve for clients.
Two recent TuckGO projects demonstrate just how committed Tuck is to making an impact in the world—a mission the OnSite Global Consulting course has held for over 20 years.
Two Tuck alumni running a mission-focused company were faced with a global expansion opportunity. For help, they reached out to an organization they knew intimately: Tuck.