What’s the Difference between Travel Protection and Travel Insurance?

Quotes Dan Richards T’03, CEO of Global Rescue in an article exploring travel protection and insurance.

Nov 04, 2020

‘Science Was on the Ballot’: How Can Public Health Recover from a Rebuke at the Polls?

Quotes Lindsey Leininger in an article about how public health experts and practitioners can better connect with a majority of Americans, regardless of political ideology.

Nov 04, 2020

Make America Healthy Again by Paying More Attention to Nutrition

Matthew Rees and coauthor Vanita Rahman scribe an article about the importance of nutrition to Americans’ health.

Nov 04, 2020

Minnesota U.S. Sen. Tina Smith Staves off Jason Lewis, Wins Second Term

A feature story about Tina Smith T’84, U.S. Senator from Minnesota. Smith earned a second term in the Senate after defeating Republican challenger Jason Lewis.

Nov 04, 2020

Laura Scott of Takeoff Technologies: The Future of Retail in the Post Pandemic World

A feature interview with Laura Scott T’03, COO of Takeoff Technologies—a company bridging the gap between retail grocers and technology.

Nov 02, 2020

Restaurant Owners Are Investing in Gondolas, Greenhouses, and Igloos. Will Diners Warm up to the Ide

Quotes Lindsey Leininger in an article about the various ways restaurants are attempting to expand the outdoor dining season as temperatures begin to drop.

Nov 02, 2020

FitFighter’s Sarah Apgar: Once You Make a Promise to People, You Have to Keep It

An interview with Sarah Apgar T’11, founder and CEO of FitFighter—an exercise equipment company.

Oct 29, 2020

Jonathan TranPham: Accessible Therapy Has a Ripple Effect

A feature interview with Jonathan TranPham T’10, founder and CEO of reflect—a company that is working to make mental health care more accessible.

Oct 29, 2020

Can AI Tell Us When to Use AI and When Not To?

Mentions Vijay Govindarajan and his concept of task shifting.

Oct 29, 2020

Real Humans of Dartmouth Tuck’s MBA Class of 2022

Clear Admit profiles six members of the class of 2022. The T’22s profiled are: Ashley Barard, Blair Bloomquist, Calin Wilson, Iris Barre, Takunda Ndoro, and Vladislav Azimhodjaev.

Oct 28, 2020

Human Endeavour and Resilience on Show at Future Human 2020

Highlights Vijay Govindarajan and the Three-Box Solution for innovation in an article about the upcoming Future Human conference, an annual science and technology event held in Dublin.

Oct 28, 2020

Social Media Is Root Cause for Hate Speech, Misinformation

As a guest on Bloomberg Technology, Roger McNamee T’82 discusses policy changes and political advertising among social media platforms amid the U.S. presidential election.

Oct 26, 2020

Women Who Inspire: Culturists Breaking through during COVID-19

Highlights Malia Jones and Dear Pandemic—a team of public health experts, including Lindsey Leininger, who are combating misinformation about the pandemic through their website and social media.

Oct 26, 2020

Is Free Shipping Worth It for Companies?

A feature story on research from Scott Neslin, and coauthors Edlira Shehu and Dominik Papies, exploring the effect of free shipping promotions and whether they are a worthwhile endeavor retailers.

Oct 25, 2020

How Consumers Really Use Online Reviews

Quotes Lauren Grewal and highlights her recent research examining the impact of consumer product reviews written on mobile devices.

Oct 25, 2020

The Most Disruptive MBA Startups of 2020

Highlights UnifiHealth, a company cofounded by T’20s Ross Klosterman and Brodie Stone, along with Olivia Cameron of the Kellogg School of Management.

Oct 23, 2020

COVID-19 Misinformation and the Paranoid Style in Wisconsin’s Pandemic Politics

Quotes Lindsey Leininger and highlights the work of Dear Pandemic in an article examining the spread of misinformation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

Oct 23, 2020

Top Company-Grade Officers Receive MacArthur Leadership Award

Highlights Charlie Phelps T’22, who was awarded the Gen. Douglas MacArthur leadership award—the U.S. Army’s highest junior officer leadership award.

Oct 22, 2020

U.S. Election: Facebook’s Political Balancing Act

Quotes Roger McNamee T’82 in an article examining Facebook and the role it could play in the upcoming November election.

Oct 20, 2020

New Law Will Improve Outreach to Veterans and Their Mental Health Care Options

A feature story about the Commander John Scott Hannon Veterans Mental Health Care Improvement Act of 2019, which is named in honor of Commander John Scott Hannon T’08.

Oct 19, 2020

Upper Valley Restaurants Speak up, Look to Join Forces in Fight against Delivery Apps

Quotes Jarrett Berke T’17, owner of Lou’s Restaurant, and John Pepper T’97, CEO of Boloco, in an article about the impact of delivery services like DoorDash on Upper Valley restaurants.

Oct 17, 2020

The Most Unhealthy Places to Travel during the Second Wave of COVID-19

Quotes Dan Richards T’03, founder and CEO of Global Rescue, in an article about traveling safely during the pandemic.

Oct 16, 2020

When Should Your Company Speak up about a Social Issue?

Paul Argenti illustrates how, and when, companies should speak out on social issues.

Oct 16, 2020

The Ad-Hoc Group of Activists and Academics Convening a ‘Real Facebook Oversight Board’

Quotes Roger McNamee T’82 in an article about the Real Facebook Oversight board.

Oct 15, 2020

The Rise, Fall and Rise of Jayne Hrdlicka

A feature profile of Jayne Hrdlicka T’84, who was named the new CEO of airline Virgin Australia.

Oct 15, 2020

Does Kamala’s Candidacy Mean That Black Women’s Value Will Finally Be Appreciated?

As a guest on the FutureProof podcast, Ella Bell Smith discusses Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, equal representation in the United States, the need for better mentors and resources in disadvantaged communities, and more.

Oct 14, 2020

U.S. Techies Are Banking on Joe Biden

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan in an article about how the U.S. presidential election could impact American technology companies.

Oct 13, 2020

How You Can Be an Effective Finance Leader during Volatile Times

As a guest on the CFO 4.0 Podcast, Sydney Finkelstein discusses how COVID has affected the lives of many finance leaders around the globe, and much more.

Oct 12, 2020

We’re Public Health Experts. We Need to Do a Better Job of Talking to Conservatives.

In an opinion piece, Lindsey Leininger and coauthor Harold Pollack examining how public health experts can connect with communities that may be politically different from their own.

Oct 12, 2020

SheaMoisture Wants to Reclaim the Black Female Beauty Narrative

A feature story about SheaMoisture and its new campaign celebrating Black culture and heritage highlights the company’s partnership with Tuck Executive Education.

Oct 12, 2020

Forging Her Own Identity

A feature story about U.S. Senator Tina Smith T’84, who is seeking reelection this November.

Oct 11, 2020

Global Hangout: Ask the Experts: COVID-19 in the White House

Lindsey Leininger joins a panel of experts to discuss President Trump’s recent COVID-19 diagnosis, treatments he has received, the risks of his return to the White House, and how he may have become infected.

Oct 08, 2020

COVID-Imposed Opportunity to Selectively Unlearn Past Practices

Vijay Govindarajan and coauthors outline how companies can employ the Three-Box Solution to selectively forget old habits that no longer work.

Oct 06, 2020

How to Turn Your Garage into a Safe and Cozy Place to Hang This Fall

Features Lindsey Leininger in an article about using unconventional spaces, like garages, for socializing during the pandemic.

Oct 06, 2020

August’s Trade Gap Was the Biggest in 14 Years. That’s Probably Good News

Quotes Emily Blanchard in a piece about the United States’ trade gap, which recently widened to its highest level in 14 years.

Oct 06, 2020

PRWeek U.S. Names 2020 Hall of Fame Class

Highlights Michael Sneed T’83, EVP of global corporate affairs and chief communication officer at Johnson & Johnson, who was named to the PRWeek Hall of Fame and will be inducted this December.

Oct 06, 2020