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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

Tuck Alumni Share Startup Journeys at PEVC Conference

Four alumni founders provide their unique perspective on pathways and hurdles to their startup success.

Feb 17, 2021

With COVID-19 Looming, Tuck Students Address an Oxygen Shortage in Haiti

A team of five Tuck students enrolled in the OnSite Global Consulting course created a sustainable model for oxygen distribution in Haiti’s Southern Peninsula.

Feb 12, 2021

What We’re Reading at Tuck

Ten professors at the Tuck School share their must-reads for 2021.

Feb 11, 2021

David Marchick Joins Biden-Harris Administration

Marchick, an adjunct professor at Tuck, has been named COO of the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation.

Feb 11, 2021

Laurens Debo Wins Research Award for Queueing Paper

Debo, a professor of operations management, was honored for creating a model that could reduce wait times in restaurants and other service industries.

Feb 03, 2021

Slaughter & Rees Report: The Biden-Harris Economic Scorecard

This Inauguration Day, Dean Matthew Slaughter and coauthor Matthew Rees provide a scorecard for the heart of the American economy—workers and their families—to help clarify how to measure progress in the days ahead.

Jan 20, 2021

Tuck Alumni on How to Lead During a Crisis

In three virtual events, alumni on Tuck’s Advisory Board and the MBA Council spoke with Dean Matthew Slaughter about navigating the pandemic as business leaders of their organizations.

Jan 19, 2021

Do Women CEOs Make Different Decisions Than Men?

Tuck professor Katharina Lewellen studies hospitals run by female CEOs to better understand how they might differ from hospitals led by men.

Jan 12, 2021

A Strong Bridge to Business Leadership

Now nearly 25 years old, Tuck’s Business Bridge program has turned out 6,000-plus well-rounded business leaders. And amidst a global pandemic, its mission of building tomorrow’s leaders is more relevant than ever.

Dec 18, 2020

Slaughter & Rees Report: Puerto Rico and the Moon

While the U.S. awaits COVID-19 stimulus packages and the distribution of vaccines, Dean Matthew J. Slaughter and coauthor Matthew Rees examine two scientific landmarks from earlier this month—an optimistic one for China and a disheartening one for the United States.

Dec 15, 2020

2020 MBA Employment Data Affirms the Power of the Tuck Network

Resilient amid a global crisis, Tuck graduates and students steadily secure jobs and internships—and set a new record in MBA compensation.

Nov 25, 2020

Can Better Marketing Make a Better World?

Tuck professor Praveen Kopalle finds that regulating marketing campaigns that promise donations to charity can be a universal win.

Nov 20, 2020

Tuck Alumna Sarah Apgar T’11 Wins Deal on ABC’s Shark Tank

FitFighter founder and CEO T’11 Sarah Apgar’s winning pitch to the sharks landed her a deal with entrepreneur Daniel Lubetzky, founder of KIND snack bars.

Nov 16, 2020

A Shared Language for Innovation Strategy: LIXIL Partners with Tuck for Custom Program

When Kinya Seto T’96, CEO of LIXIL Group Corporation, sought to set a common language for innovation at his company, he turned to a familiar resource: Tuck, and his former professor Vijay “VG” Govindarajan.

Nov 13, 2020

How Lindsey Leininger Became a “Nerdy Girl”

Leininger, a clinical professor at Tuck, combined her passions for public health and data literacy to become an influential truth-teller during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nov 12, 2020

Pandemic Shines a Light on the Importance of Health Care Operations

As the COVID-19 pandemic strained hospitals and clinics, concepts taught in the Health Care Operations Management course in the Master of Health Care Delivery Science program were at the forefront for serving patients.

Oct 28, 2020

Numerous Tuck Faculty Win Research Awards in 2020

Tuck faculty members from a variety of research areas were recognized by top journals for their contributions to their respective fields.

Oct 22, 2020

Tuck Reunion ‘Reimagined’ with Virtual Celebration

Tuck’s first-ever virtual reunion marked the conclusion of the year-long 50 Years of Women at Tuck celebration.

Oct 21, 2020

A Shared Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Tuck

An update on recent actions and next steps towards Tuck’s Strategic Plan for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and annual report.

Oct 21, 2020

How the Core Curriculum Fits Together

What does it mean to have an integrated curriculum? Tuck offers the best example.

Oct 16, 2020

Construction Landmark for Dartmouth’s Energy Institute

Opening in fall 2021, Arthur L. Irving Institute home will set a sustainability standard.

Oct 15, 2020

Former NH Governor John Lynch Honored with NH Lifetime Achievement Award

A clinical professor at Tuck and former governor of New Hampshire, John Lynch was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Business & Industry Association (BIA)—New Hampshire’s Statewide Chamber of Commerce.

Oct 13, 2020

Empowering Every Voice

The 2020 Tuck Diversity Conference co-chairs weigh in on what this year’s theme, “Empowering Every Voice,” means to them.

Oct 01, 2020

A Summer of On-The-Job Learning for T’21s

The Tuck community leveraged its strengths to ensure a robust summer experience for every T’21.

Oct 01, 2020

It’s Time for Men to Lean In—for Gender Equity

Why? Because it's everyone's business, says Arsalan Suhail T’20, director of operations and business development at TrueLearn.

Sep 23, 2020