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From AI to FinTech: Inside New MBA Courses at Tuck

With a particular emphasis on generative AI, the new courses span ground-breaking topics and timely challenges facing business and leaders today.

Apr 19, 2024

Managing Change in the Workplace

How can businesses lead diverse organizations, build a healthy work culture, and create equal, collaborative spaces for all? Tuck faculty have some ideas.

Apr 11, 2024

Creating the Future: Inside Tuck’s Global Leadership Program

Looking ahead after 25 years of the Global Leadership Program, which exposes executives to emerging global markets.

Apr 03, 2024

Alumnus Kenny Mitchell, Chief Marketing Officer at Levi’s, to Deliver Tuck Investiture Address

An award-winning business leader, Mitchell has driven marketing for iconic brands such as McDonald’s, Gatorade, and NASCAR.

Apr 02, 2024

Tuck MBAs Dig into Climate Challenges at COP28

During the past 15 years, Tuck has consistently sent a delegation of MBA students to attend the United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as the Conference of Parties (COP).

Mar 22, 2024

The Ripple Effects of the Great Credit Expansion

Gordon Phillips and colleagues uncover how consumer credit impacts individuals and families.

Mar 18, 2024

How Job Mobility Eliminates the Gender Gap in Networks

Tuck professor Adam Kleinbaum shows that women become more powerful brokers after changing work locations.

Mar 18, 2024

A Teacher and Mentor to First-Generation Corporates

Gail Ayala Taylor has taught thousands of Tuck students, from Bridge to Executive Education. Now she is distilling her experience into a book about the transition from college to the corporate workplace.

Mar 13, 2024

Why We Need Co-Conspirators

Women are still significantly underrepresented in leadership. Professor Ella Bell Smith and Ashley Zwick of the Tuck Initiative on Workplace Inclusion share what we can do.

Mar 13, 2024

Viewing Life as a Learning Process

Hart Posen builds computational models to understand why entrepreneurs and firms succeed or fail.

Mar 08, 2024

Tuck on the Road

Recent all-alumni gatherings in New York, Seoul, Tokyo, and London highlight the strength and vitality of the world’s best alumni network.

Mar 01, 2024

Slaughter & Rees Report: Help Avenge the Murder of Alexei Navalny

How? By redoubling efforts to build trust within and among organizations’ stakeholders, say Dean Matthew J. Slaughter and coauthor Matthew Rees.

Feb 29, 2024

National Brands Hate Private Labels, But Make Them Anyway

In a groundbreaking study of national brands that supply private label products, Tuck professor Kusum Ailawadi uncovers the dynamics behind the best kept secret in retailing.

Feb 26, 2024

Meet Robota: A Tuck Professor’s AI-Generated Teaching Assistant

Tuck Professor Rob Shumsky has created an AI-generated chatbot to help answer his students’ questions.

Feb 15, 2024

Slaughter & Rees Report: Will the World Get a Vote in America?

As November elections approach in America, Dean Matthew J. Slaughter and coauthor Matthew Rees call on the next U.S. president to articulate a new vision for globalization—one that doesn’t involve building more walls.

Jan 31, 2024

Introducing the Tuck Dialogues Project

Contributing to the Dartmouth Dialogues project, Tuck will host dynamic discussions—including the Real Talk conversation series—and offer programming to promote the school’s mission to develop wise, decisive leaders by helping community members improve their ability to navigate and lead difficult conversations.

Jan 25, 2024

But Will They Watch till the End?

Video ads are everywhere, yet consumers rarely view them in their entirety. Tuck professors Prasad Vana and Scott Neslin show how to reduce audience abandonment.

Jan 16, 2024

New Faculty Expand Scholarship at Dartmouth

The 43 new professors, including seven from Tuck, are driving research to new heights across Dartmouth.

Jan 03, 2024

Highly Skilled and Ready to Lead, Tuck’s Latest MBA Graduates Coveted by Top Firms

For the third consecutive year, more than 95 percent of the graduating class secured offers within three months after graduation.

Nov 27, 2023

Do Hiring Managers Discriminate against Stay-at-Home Fathers?

Tuck professor Julia Melin charts evolving perceptions of men who return to work after taking time off to raise their kids.

Nov 21, 2023

Are Consumers Getting a Bad Deal from Debt Collectors?

Tuck professor Felipe Severino makes a surprising discovery: consumers who negotiate an out-of-court settlement have far worse financial outcomes than those who go through the court system.

Nov 20, 2023

How Can We Boost the Power of Renewables while Reducing Electrical Demands?

In three new working papers, Tuck faculty from operations and marketing discover new ways to conserve and manage electricity.

Nov 09, 2023

Do Investors Use the Media to Hurt Their Competitors?

Tuck professor Mark DesJardine uncovers an unsettling connection between institutional investors and negative media coverage.

Oct 26, 2023

The New Marketing, According to Tuck Faculty and Alumni

Today’s advertising landscape isn’t one that Don Draper would recognize. Tuck marketing faculty and alumni brand leaders weigh in on what’s changed—and what shouldn’t.

Oct 23, 2023

It’s Time to Rethink How We Measure Globalization

A new paper from Teresa Fort finds that current data collection methods don’t capture the full range of U.S. manufacturing firms’ domestic and global operations.

Oct 17, 2023

A Unique Driver of the Sharing Economy: Belief in the Meritocracy

Tuck marketing professor Nailya Ordabayeva discusses her latest research on the role of ideological beliefs in consumer behavior.

Oct 16, 2023

Harness Your Superpower: The 2023 Tuck Women in Business Conference

This year’s Tuck Women in Business Conference kicks off on October 20 with Tuck alumnae Joyce Cadesca and Betsabeh Madani Hermann as keynote speakers.

Oct 12, 2023

Three New Members Appointed to Tuck Board of Advisors

Giovanni Cutaia T’99, Ann Akichika T’93, and Jose Minaya T’00 bring decades of experience in business and board service to their roles which provide Dartmouth and Tuck leadership with valuable counsel and perspective on the school’s strategy and operations.

Sep 21, 2023

Application for Dartmouth’s Master of Health Administration Now Open

The MHA program, offered in partnership by the Tuck School of Business and the Geisel School of Medicine, seeks the next generation of health care leaders looking to advance their careers.

Sep 21, 2023

Yelp Impacts Consumer Demand for Nursing Homes

Yelp has a powerful influence over consumer demand for nursing homes. New research from Tuck professor Lauren Lu explains why that might not be ideal.

Sep 18, 2023

Be seen. Be heard. Be here. The 2023 Tuck Diversity Conference

This year’s Diversity Conference kicks off on September 22 with Nykia Wright T’09 joining as keynote speaker.

Sep 15, 2023

Talented Tuck Class of 2025 Hits the Ground Running

Energetic and engaged, MBA candidates in the class of 2025 begin their Tuck experience bolstered by exceptional professional experience, academic success, and more.

Sep 13, 2023

Challenge Accepted: Inside Tuck’s 2023 First-Year Project Course

During one First-Year Project, students helped a university in Ukraine align its strategy to contribute to war recovery efforts.

Aug 23, 2023

Helping Consumers Help Themselves

Associate professor Lauren Grewal’s research and teaching exist at the intersection of consumer behavior, social media, and well-being.

Aug 16, 2023

Can Facts Reverse the Backlash to Globalization?

Free trade is under attack. Davin Chor studied whether evidence-based information could change the narrative.

Aug 16, 2023

How Generative AI Reshapes the Business Landscape

Professor Alva Taylor and Patrick Wheeler of the Tuck Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies argue that most organizations are not prepared for the challenges brought on by platforms such as ChatGPT.

Aug 14, 2023