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Tuck Students Compete in Health Care Competition

By Kathy Cazares T’21, March 13, 2020

By Kathy Cazares T’21 On February 22, 2020, Reid Hansen T’21, Alex Ji T’21, Rui Zhang T’21, Dave Praharaj T’21, and I hit the road to compete in our casing debut at the Yale Health Care Competition (YHCC). This competition brings together students from multidisciplinary backgrounds, Continue Reading 


A Trek to Covanta: A Waste-to-Energy Facility

Anna Douglas T'21, March 13, 2020

By Anna Douglas T'21 Growing up as the only female in my household, I usually had a ready excuse for why something in our home was a mess.  When there were routine chores to be done, it was easy enough to attribute accumulated dishes, laundry, trash and any other Continue Reading 


The Need for Slow Fashion: Inside the Retail & Luxury Goods Conference

Jessica Ahn T'21, March 13, 2020

By Jessica Ahn T'21 Forever21, H&M, Zara. These brands represent my fashion repertoire as a young adult. As a consumer, I've spent countless hours among garment racks searching for the right, next outfit and these brands offered me an array of affordable options. What was there Continue Reading 


From Boots to Suits: How Tuck Supports Veterans in Transition

Guest Student Contributor, March 09, 2020

By Andrew Ho T'21 For most servicemembers, the decision to separate from the military is both difficult and personal. Deciding what to do after separating can be an even more daunting task. In many cases, an MBA is an ideal way to smooth the transition from boots to suits. I Continue Reading 


Connecting with Tuck About Scholarship Awards

Luke Anthony Peña, February 28, 2020

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5 Learnings from Stuart Weitzman

Elizabeth Davis T’20, February 28, 2020

By Elizabeth Davis T’20 On February 18, the Tuck School of Business and Dartmouth College hosted an incredible entrepreneur, Stuart Weitzman, founder and designer of Stuart Weitzman shoes. Stuart is the type of person you meet and instantly connect with—he is kind, passionate, enthusiastic about his work, and Continue Reading 


Making Your Decision to Enroll

Luke Anthony Peña, January 30, 2020

By Luke Anthony Peña Executive Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Happy 2020, friends! Winter is here in Hanover, which means my colleagues and I are in the heart of the admissions season. We’re hard at work getting to know those of Continue Reading 


Revers Center for Energy Fellows Reflect on Hawaii Energy Landscape

Ryan Ganong T’20 and Maxime Pinto T’20, January 19, 2020

By Ryan Ganong T’20 and Maxime Pinto T’20 This past November, the faculty and staff of the Revers Center for Energy along with 13 of the Center’s 17 MBA fellows left the already snowy plain of Hanover and travelled to sunny Hawaii to learn how the state with Continue Reading 


Tuck Students Begin Thanksgiving by Visiting Midwestern Startups & Investors

Ross Klosterman, January 09, 2020

By Ross Klosterman T’20 Thanksgiving is a quintessential American holiday – one filled with food, family, travel, more food, and most importantly no school! Late last year an intrepid group of 10 Tuck students and 1 Tuck Partner decided to devote the beginning of their Thanksgiving break to visiting 14 Midwest Continue Reading 


Inside Austin’s TimeMachine Conference

Vishal Aggarwal, January 08, 2020

Vishal is a second-year MBA student from India. He is a fellow at the Revers Center of Energy. Prior to Tuck, he spent 6.5 years with Schlumberger. He holds a BE in Electrical Engineering from Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani, India. Prior to Tuck, I worked for 6.5 years at Continue Reading 


Looking Ahead: Essay Tips for Round 2 Applicants

Luke Anthony Peña, December 20, 2019

By Luke Anthony Peña Executive Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Happy December, friends! Winter has arrived, the holidays are here, and Tuck looks more beautiful in the snow than ever. My Admissions and Financial Aid colleagues and I are taking these final weeks of 2019 to Continue Reading 


Diverse Start-up Founders and Funders on the Rise

Claire Shaw T’20, December 17, 2019

By Claire Shaw T’20 In November, with generous support from the Center for Private Equity and Venture Capital, I attended the Founders + Funders Conference presented by Seneca VC, Women 2.0, and SheWorx. The event was a convening of several hundred women and other underrepresented groups within the New York Continue Reading 


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