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Mentoring as a Conduit to Community and Caring

A conversation with Stacy Blake-Beard, clinical professor of business administration, on the importance of mentoring for diversity for organizational success.

Jan 27, 2023

How to Boost Patient Satisfaction in Emergency Departments

Tuck professor Laurens Debo finds that well-calibrated wait-time announcements improve the patient experience.

Jan 25, 2023

Tuck Faculty Predict Business Trends in 2023

From corporate communications to investor activism, Tuck faculty members, including Dean Matthew J. Slaughter, share their business predictions for 2023.

Jan 25, 2023

Slaughter & Rees Report: The Good Jobs America Needs Are Global Jobs

Dean Matthew J. Slaughter and coauthor Matthew Rees call on the White House and Congress to invest in creating more global jobs.

Jan 23, 2023

Tuck Makes GMAT/GRE Waiver Available for Those Disrupted by Layoffs

Responding to rapid changes in the labor market, Tuck Admissions offers Round 3 applicants a path for test waiver requests.

Jan 20, 2023

Tuck School Dean Matthew J. Slaughter Appointed to Third Term

Slaughter’s third four-year term as dean begins on July 1.

Jan 18, 2023

Corporate Social Responsibility is not a Zero-Sum Game

New research by Tuck professor Praveen Kopalle shows that companies can do well by doing good.

Jan 09, 2023

Did the U.S. Just Start a Climate Trade War?

The Inflation Reduction Act subsidizes domestic production of electric vehicles and carbon-reducing technologies, but at the potential cost of angering America’s trade partners. Tuck trade economist Davin Chor explains. 

Jan 06, 2023

Slaughter & Rees Report: A Winter Holiday Wish for Our Children

Dean Matthew J. Slaughter and coauthor Matthew Rees close 2022 with a winter holiday wish: that in the new year, leaders around the world start investing more in the future of all of us—our children.

Dec 20, 2022

Exploring Household Finance

Tuck associate professor Brian Melzer discusses the origins, nature, and future directions of the study of household finance.

Dec 12, 2022

Tuck Program Advances Gender Equity in Private Markets

The new Tuck-Trilantic Gender Equity Consortium is the first program of its kind to help private equity firms increase their female representation.

Dec 06, 2022

Slaughter & Rees Report: The Ascent of Autocracy

In their latest missive, Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees examine the rise of autocratic governments and the threat they pose to democracy and freedom throughout the world.

Nov 30, 2022

Tuck’s 2022 Employment Report: Salary Reaches Record High

Median total compensation for MBA graduates at the Tuck School of Business surges to $205,000—the sum of a $175,000 median starting base salary and $30,000 median signing bonus.

Nov 18, 2022

How to Know Where and When Customers Will Buy

Tuck marketing professor Sharmistha Sikdar developed a model that helps multichannel retailers understand their customers’ hidden purchase motivations and predict their future channel engagement.

Nov 16, 2022

Opinion: Elon Musk is Damaging Twitter and Democracy

Tuck professor Adam Kleinbaum, an expert on social networks, says Twitter is flying in the wrong direction—and the consequences could be catastrophic.

Nov 10, 2022

Slaughter & Rees Report: Anarchy in the U.K.

Recent events in the U.K. provide a sobering reminder that nations facing economic stagnation are nations ripe for anarchy, say Slaughter and Rees.

Oct 31, 2022

How Corporate Social Responsibility Can Turbocharge Index Funds

A new paper from Tuck professor Mark DesJardine shows the systematic benefits that can flow from CSR.

Oct 25, 2022

Finance 2.0

The financial services industry is changing. Tuck alumni are at the forefront.

Oct 19, 2022

Tuck Announces Two New Course Types

Students can explore a timely topic in a condensed format through Tuck Sprint Courses or receive credit for hands-on, experiential project work via Tuck Practicums.

Sep 23, 2022

Courageous Leadership: The 2022 Tuck Women in Business Conference

The 2022 Tuck WIB co-chairs reflect on this year’s theme: Courageous Leadership.

Sep 20, 2022

Seeds of Community: The 2022 Tuck Diversity Conference

The 2022 DivCo co-chairs reflect on this year’s conference theme: Seeds of Community.

Sep 19, 2022

ESG-Focused First-Year Projects Provide Consulting with Impact

Students explored challenges impacting the prison industry, wind turbine manufacturing, technical carbon removals, and more.

Sep 14, 2022

The Remarkable Class of 2024 Embarks on its Tuck Journey

From a Blackhawk helicopter pilot to entrepreneurial physicians, members of the latest Tuck class are accomplished and inspiring.

Sep 13, 2022

Finance Questions, Answered

Seven of Tuck’s finance faculty answer questions from their research and experience.

Sep 09, 2022

Slaughter & Rees Report: The Quest for the Immaculate Disinflation

In trying to slow rising inflation, U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell will need to conjure the skill, composure, and luck of Terry Bradshaw during the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 1972 “Immaculate Reception,” say Slaughter and Rees.

Sep 01, 2022

Tuck Welcomes Ben Porter as New Chief Advancement Officer

Leading all of Tuck’s advancement and alumni engagement efforts, Porter will partner closely with school leaders in developing the school’s philanthropic priorities.

Aug 30, 2022

Could Algorithms Create a Win-Win for Both Society and Crowdfunding Platforms?

Tuck professor Prasad Vana studies how algorithms that rank lists of items can be a lever for social benefit.

Aug 26, 2022

Tuck Appoints Five New Members to Board of Advisors and MBA Council

The new alumni board and council members bring a wide range of professional accomplishments in industries that include manufacturing, technology, and pharmaceuticals.

Aug 25, 2022

Building a Better Model for Private Equity

A conversation with Morten Sorensen, associate professor of finance, about his research into private equity risk and return and about teaching at Tuck.

Aug 04, 2022

Running Down a Dream

In a new memoir, Brooks Running CEO Jim Weber T’86 blends his personal journey with the turnaround story of the company he has led for more than 20 years.

Jul 26, 2022

Lawrence Mur’ray Named Tuck’s Executive Director of Admissions and Financial Aid

Mur’ray brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in MBA admissions to Tuck.

Jul 21, 2022

Tuck Surpasses Fundraising Record, Raises $79 Million in FY22

Contributing to the year-end giving total was a $52.1 million anonymous gift, the largest pledge commitment in Tuck’s history, as well as a record-tying $9 million raised for Tuck Annual Giving (TAG).

Jul 20, 2022

Tuck Receives $52 Million Gift to Fund Dartmouth Summit on Health, Wealth, and Sustainability

The anonymous gift, the largest in Tuck’s history, will endow a new One Dartmouth initiative aimed at creating integrative solutions to complex global challenges.

Jul 07, 2022

Why Managers May Forgo Small Wins

Tuck professors Daniel Feiler and Ron Adner document a decision-making bias that can lead managers to underinvest in the smarter of two alternatives.

Jul 06, 2022

Could Bank Overdraft Fees Be Good for Financial Inclusion?

Tuck professor Brian Melzer explores the tradeoff between consumer protection and financial inclusion.

Jul 05, 2022

Inside the Personal Leadership Coaching Program at Tuck

Through one-on-one coaching, the Personal Leadership Coaching Program at Tuck helps students clarify and deepen their leadership development journey.

Jun 30, 2022