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Drew Blake, M.D. T’20 and Professor Jim Smith Publish Paper on Hepatitis C Elimination

Blake, an alumnus of the MD-MBA program at Geisel and Tuck, collaborated with Tuck professor Jim Smith on a paper modeling interventions that could eliminate Hepatitis C in people who inject drugs (PWID) in New Hampshire.

Sep 21, 2021

Tuck Announces New Appointments to Board of Advisors and MBA Council

The new board and council members are Tuck alumni with professional experience that spans decades and industries—from venture capital and financial services to health care and biotechnology.

Sep 20, 2021

The Seven Tuck Ground Rules for Navigating Difficult Discussions

At Tuck, students strive to connect and build trust with their classmates and the community. These seven ground rules help provide the safety of structure so they can be themselves while learning and teaching with others.

Sep 17, 2021

Where Work Goes From Here

What will work look like when employees return to work? Tuck alumni and faculty offer their predictions on the new normal.

Sep 16, 2021

Where Work Goes from Here: Tuck Faculty Insights

What will work look like when employees return to work? Tuck faculty offer their predictions on the new normal.

Sep 16, 2021

Strength through Stories: The 2021 Tuck Diversity Conference

This year’s Tuck Diversity Conference student co-chairs weigh in on what this year’s theme, “Strength through Stories,” means to them. DivCo will be held October 1 – 3, 2021.

Sep 13, 2021

Does the Profit Motive Make Nursing Homes Better or Worse?

Tuck professor Lauren Lu examines what happens when nonprofit nursing homes are purchased by for-profit businesses.

Aug 25, 2021

Introducing the Tuck Class of 2023

Smart and accomplished, T’23s begin their MBA studies at Tuck having set a new record for average GMAT, first generation college students, and more.

Aug 23, 2021

The Heartbeat

How the Upper Valley, Tuck’s home base, promotes reflection, full immersion, and community.
Photo by Rob Strong

Aug 18, 2021

The Tuck Next50 Initiative: A Seed for Change

The Next50 Initiative hopes to be a model among business schools in helping to build more diverse, equitable, and inclusive case work and course materials in MBA classrooms.

Aug 10, 2021

Using Wearable Sensors to Study Workplace Behavior

Tuck’s Pino Audia and Dartmouth’s Andrew Campbell embarked on a three-year study of how wearable sensors may be used to gain a deeper understanding of behavior in the workplace. What they discovered holds both promise and peril for the future of work.

Jul 30, 2021

Summer Reads from Alumni Authors

In addition to distinguishing themselves in the world of business, Tuck alumni continue to achieve in the world of publishing.

Jul 26, 2021

Four Recent Graduates Share Their Hard-Earned Wisdom

T’21s Madeleine Livingston, Afolabi Oshinowo, Shayda Teymourpour, and Dennis Gallagher reflect on the expected and unexpected lessons of their MBA experience.

Jul 20, 2021

Tuck Celebrates New Giving Records, Nears Campaign Goal

Tuck set several new giving records during fiscal year 2021 and has now raised $235 million toward its campaign goal of $250 million

Jul 14, 2021

Slaughter & Rees Report: How Might Student-Athletes Get Paid to Play? Three Key Questions

Sensible reform for student-athlete compensation will first need to address three important questions informed by an accurate understanding of preexisting market structure, say Slaughter and Rees.

Jun 30, 2021

Tuck Launches 2021-2022 MBA Application, Looking Ahead to the Class of 2024

Tuck returns to three rounds for application deadlines, expands its guaranteed interview policy, and announces a new essay prompt.

Jun 28, 2021

Tuck Alum Endows Scholarship to Inspire Students from Japan

A scholarship endowed by Kinya Seto T’96 seeks to expand access to business education for students from Japan.

Jun 22, 2021

Dannals, Fisher, and Kyung Receive 2021 Tuck Teaching Excellence Awards

The Class of 2021 selected professors Jennifer Dannals, Peter Fisher, and Ellie Kyung for this year’s Teaching Excellence Awards.

Jun 21, 2021

A New Beginning, for Business and Leaders

Roger Ferguson, Jr., immediate past president and CEO of TIAA, and Sarah Blatt T’21, military veteran and incoming McKinsey associate, delivered powerful remarks at the 2021 Tuck School Investiture ceremony.

Jun 16, 2021

Findings: What’s Your Goal, and What Gets in Your Way?

Tuck professor Punam Anand Keller shares her years of research on barrier-based behavior change.

Jun 01, 2021

Slaughter & Rees Report: The Lessons of Phil at 50

Phil Mickelson’s historic victory reveals lessons about making better decisions—and the value of older workers.

May 27, 2021

Roger Ferguson, Jr. to Deliver Tuck Investiture Address

Roger Ferguson, Jr., who served for 13 years as President and CEO of TIAA before retiring this spring, will deliver the main address at the 2021 Tuck Investiture ceremony June 11.

May 10, 2021

Is COVID-19 Scary? Depends on Your Politics—And How You’re Asked

In a new study of how people perceive risks from the coronavirus, Tuck professor Ellie Kyung finds patterns correlated with political identity.

May 07, 2021

Mission & Medicine

Better Care, Better Lives, Better Business

Inside Tuck’s health care revolution and the alumni change leaders pushing reform, innovation, and mission-driven strategy in the industry.

Apr 28, 2021

Slaughter & Rees Report: Data Is Power

The surge in global flows of data holds great potential for the global economy, say Dean Matthew Slaughter and coauthor Matthew Rees. Yet big data remains largely ungoverned.

Apr 22, 2021

Why Are Women Dropping Off the Corporate Ladder?

Tuck professor Lauren Lu finds that inequitable distribution of workplace resources may be hampering women’s rise to upper management.

Apr 15, 2021

Slaughter & Rees Report: Go Big on Skilled Immigration

In their latest missive, Dean Matthew Slaughter and coauthor Matthew Rees underscore how unnecessarily costly America’s too-restrictive skilled-immigration policy is.

Mar 31, 2021

Time Is Muscle

Among her research findings, new Tuck professor Lauren Lu has found a way to reduce 40 minutes of time when transferring heart attack patients between hospitals.

Mar 25, 2021

The World Needs More Tuck

Inside the Impact of Fiscal Year 2020 and the Alumni Donors Rising to Make the Tuck Difference

Mar 24, 2021

The Pandemic Has Boosted Homeownership and Home-related Spending

Tuck professor Brian Melzer has studied the close connection between home buying and durable spending. The pandemic economy is proving his research right.

Mar 22, 2021

Standing Together against Anti-Asian Hatred

In a letter to the Tuck community, Dean Matthew Slaughter denounces the rise in racist and xenophobic rhetoric and acts toward Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders and affirms Tuck’s commitment to standing in solidarity with AAPI communities.

Mar 18, 2021

Leading with Integrity

A conversation with Dia Draper, assistant dean for diversity, equity, and inclusion at Tuck.

Mar 17, 2021

Researchers from Tuck and Geisel Model COVID-19 Transmission in Retail Stores

An interdisciplinary team of faculty and Ph.D. candidates collaborated on a study published recently in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Mar 11, 2021

Is There a Backlash Against Women in Negotiations?

Tuck professor Jennifer Dannals finds that women entering a negotiation with a strong alternative underperform men in similar situations because they often face backlash.

Mar 04, 2021

Slaughter & Rees Report: Batter Up

Did President Trump eliminate America's trio of trade deficits? Dean Matthew Slaughter and coauthor Matthew Rees weigh in and look ahead to trade policy under the Biden administration.

Feb 26, 2021

Why Do Firms Go Public?

Tuck professor Gordon Phillips finds evidence that an IPO is good for the firm’s bottom line and helps promote commercialization.

Feb 24, 2021