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Get to Know: The Tuck Mindfulness Society

Carole Gaudet, Program Manager, Tuck Mindfulness Society, May 02, 2019

By Carole Gaudet, Program Manager, Tuck Mindfulness Society Joemma Berberich and Nikilesh Eswarapu, both T’19s, are student leaders for the Tuck Mindfulness Society, which offers mindfulness meditation classes to the entire Tuck community throughout the academic year. We talk about why they practice meditation, and how it fits Continue Reading 


5 Questions with Caroline Mann T’15, Senior Associate at Swift Current Energy

Tuck Revers Center for Energy, May 01, 2019

Caroline Mann T'15 is a senior associate at Swift Current Energy and an alumni fellow with the Revers Center for Energy. Ms. Mann has over 8 years of experience in the energy industry. Prior to joining Swift Current in 2017, she was a principal financial analyst in the wind project valuation Continue Reading 


A Closer Look at Tuck’s Admissions Criteria

Luke Anthony Peña, April 26, 2019

Part II: AWARE   By Luke Anthony Peña Executive Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Happy April, friends! The team and I have been busy this month hosting ASW and Military Visit Day, helping our Round 2 admits with their enrollment decisions, getting to know our Continue Reading 


My First Year-Project with Authentica, India

Marianne Poh T’20, April 25, 2019

By Marianne Poh T’20 First-years have two options to fulfil the “travel requirement” of the Tuck MBA over their first winter break: go on a Global Insight Expedition with a faculty member and 15-20 other classmates, or partake in an overseas First-Year Project (FYPGO) with four other Continue Reading 


An Experiential Trek to the ISO-NE

Patricia Perez-Arnay Concepcion, April 18, 2019

By Patricia Perez-Arnay Concepcion T'20 Whenever you flip a switch, you have the certainty that the light is going to shine. This reliability in the electricity output is what keeps homes, business and public services running. In Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, this reliability is possible Continue Reading 


Global MBA Student Leadership

Darryn Lee T’19 and Caroline Wells T’20, April 11, 2019

By Darryn Lee T’19 and Caroline Wells T’20 Last week Darryn Lee, the outgoing Tuck Student Body President, and Caroline Wells, the incoming Student Body President, had the opportunity to attend the Graduate Business Forum’s 36th annual Graduate Business Conference (GBC) in Paris, France. The goal Continue Reading 


A Closer Look at Tuck’s Admissions Criteria

Luke Anthony Peña, March 29, 2019

Part I: Accomplished   By Luke Anthony Peña Executive Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Happy March, friends! We shared videos in January and February of my conversation with David White of Menlo Coaching—if you haven’t watched them, check them Continue Reading 


A Marine Corps Officer’s “Why Tuck”

Jacob Roche T’20, March 27, 2019

By Jacob Roche T’20 Like many veterans, my decision to leave the military and go to business school was not an easy one to make. After choosing this course, deciding where to spend those formative two years for my MBA was also tough. Now, with the experience of two Continue Reading 


Tuck Admissions Insights: Right Fit for Tuck

Luke Anthony Peña, February 22, 2019

Tuck’s Executive Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Luke Anthony Peña shares how you can tell if you would be a good fit for the Tuck MBA program in part 2 of this video interview with Menlo Coaching. Watch the video to learn: Continue Reading 


OnSite Global Consulting Takes a Closer Look at China’s Running Culture

Maria Milleville T'19, February 19, 2019

By Maria Milleville T'19 It is 7 o’clock in the morning, and my teammate Tong and I are getting into a street taxi in Chengdu. We are heading to the nearby city of Dujiangyan to meet with Mr. Xu. Mr. Xu is an avid runner, the first one of Continue Reading 


From Accounting Class to Climate Action: Experiential Learning at COP24

Rachel Brooks, February 15, 2019

This blog originally appeared on the United Nations Association of the USA website.  By Rachel Brooks, Program Manager, Center for Business, Government & Society In December, I had the opportunity to lead the Dartmouth/Tuck delegation as the head observer to the United Nations Framework Convention on Continue Reading 


A Project with the World Economic Forum in South Africa

Jamie Mittelman T’19, January 29, 2019

By Jamie Mittelman T’19 Two years ago, I highlighted OnSite Global Consulting in my application as one of multiple reasons I hoped to attend Tuck. As an applicant, I was struck by the number and quality of urban international offerings and saw them as an ideal way to Continue Reading 


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