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Tuck Launches Initiative on Workplace Inclusion

Founded and led by faculty director and professor Ella Bell Smith, the new Tuck initiative will work to harness workplace inclusion to better the world through business.

May 19, 2022

Who Wins and Who Loses When IP Protection Gets Weaker?

Intellectual property protection took a big hit with a landmark 2014 Supreme Court case. Tuck professor Gordon Phillips documents the impacts on large and small firms.

May 06, 2022

Tuck Alumni on Leading in an Emerging Industry

Koushi King T’13, Tim Moxey T’01 and Cris Rivera T’08 discuss the unique challenges and opportunities in an industry transitioning into the mainstream economy: the legal cannabis business.

May 02, 2022

The Self-Enhancement Bias and Why We Should Expect Rigidity After Failure

In his research on organizational learning, Tuck professor Pino Audia has changed the way we explain firms’ inability to make timely changes in response to failure.

Apr 28, 2022

U.S. Senator Tina Smith T’84 to Deliver Tuck Investiture Address

Senator Tina Smith, who holds the highest public office among Tuck alumni, will deliver the main address at the 2022 Tuck Investiture ceremony June 11.

Apr 25, 2022

Inside the Intercultural Leadership Program at Tuck

A conversation with Tuck Associate Director Vincent Mack, a longtime professional leadership coach who recently launched a new series of programming for students focused on race, equity, and leadership in the workplace.

Apr 22, 2022

Introducing TuckLAB: Energy, An Electrifying New Program for Dartmouth Undergraduates

TuckLAB expands to offer Dartmouth undergrads an interactive introduction to the complexities of modern energy systems.

Apr 20, 2022

How an Idea from Tuck Helped Launch Operation Warp Speed

The United States’ effort to provide COVID-19 vaccines to the world was one of the greatest government achievements in modern history. Tuck Professor Ron Adner’s ecosystem strategy framework contributed to its creation.

Apr 08, 2022

Inside New Spring 2022 Courses at Tuck

From the future of capitalism to artificial intelligence and product management, new courses at Tuck cover a wide range of timely topics impacting the world of business.

Apr 06, 2022

Tuck Executive Education Launches Online Programs

Tuck is partnering with Coursera and ExecOnline for a range of online executive education courses aimed at a broad audience.

Mar 29, 2022

Better Decisions Through Science

With uncertainty at an all-time high, the Operations and Management Science faculty, along with Tuck’s international trade economists, are helping a range of industries refine their practices and prepare for what might come next.

Mar 23, 2022

The Nuances of Knowledge Transfer

Tuck professor Constance Helfat studies what really happens when workers move to new units inside their firm.

Mar 09, 2022

Slaughter & Rees Report: Norway, Aristotle, and Ukraine

Norway flourishes in the Winter Olympics by focusing on application and effort—not on medals—say Slaughter and Rees, comparing that focus to Russia’s challenge to democracy through its invasion of Ukraine.

Feb 28, 2022

Tuck Alumni on Building and Managing Enduring Private Equity Firms

Four Tuck alumni from four different firms share their insights about what it takes to succeed in private equity.

Feb 24, 2022

The Great Supply Chain Disruption

How can companies begin to address bottlenecks, high materials prices, and product shortages? Tuck alumni have some ideas.

Feb 17, 2022

The Freedom Riders: A Tuck GIX on Leadership and Systemic Racism

A Global Insight Expedition to Washington, D.C., and Alabama enlivens the leadership imperatives of diversity and inclusion.

Feb 16, 2022

Putting Models into Practice

Tuck assistant professor Raghav Singal works at the intersection of machine learning and data-driven decision-making.

Feb 07, 2022

Tuck’s Revers Center Partners with Irving Institute and Cool Effect to Help Community Reduce Carbon...

The newly launched Tuck Carbon Offset Program aims to offset emissions while providing students a unique opportunity to learn the ins and outs of corporate sustainability.

Feb 02, 2022

Tuck Bridge Celebrates 25 Years

During this anniversary year, Bridge is launching a fundraising campaign and hosting new virtual programming for Bridge and Tuck alumni.

Jan 31, 2022

Slaughter & Rees Report: Harness Globalization to Help Whip Inflation

The challenge facing the Fed is daunting. Slaughter and Rees propose three steps policymakers can take to harness globalization and whip U.S. inflation.

Jan 31, 2022

The Concrete Wall

A conversation with Ella L.J. Bell Smith, professor of business administration, on the enduring relevance and re-release of her book Our Separate Ways: Black and White Women and the Search for Identity.

Jan 26, 2022

The Tuck Difference Campaign Surpasses $250 Million Goal

As the campaign enters its final phase, Tuck remains focused on three investment priorities—Expanding Access to Business Education, Building Capabilities of Tomorrow’s Leaders, and Guiding Career Journeys.

Jan 18, 2022

Liz Nuñez Joins Tuck as New Executive Director of Alumni Engagement

A passionate believer in the power of higher education, Nuñez is excited to make Tuck even more relevant and important to the lives of alumni.

Jan 14, 2022

Tuck Faculty Predictions for 2022

From corporate strategy to employee satisfaction, data analytics and e-commerce, Tuck faculty opine on the trends that will shape 2022.

Jan 11, 2022

Emily Blanchard Named the Chief Economist for the U.S. State Department

Blanchard will inform and advise decision-makers on pertinent economic topics—including trade, climate change, commercial diplomacy, and more. She will return to Tuck following her State Department appointment.

Jan 07, 2022

Revers Pledges New Gift to Renamed Center for Energy, Sustainability and Innovation

Longtime supporters of Tuck and Dartmouth, Daniel T’89 and Katy Revers recently made a $4.5 million gift and have now committed a combined $10 million in total gifts to the Center, fueling initiatives that address our world’s greatest energy and sustainability challenges through business innovation.

Dec 16, 2021

What Makes a CEO Effective? Inside the Mind of the CEO

For 15 years, Tuck professor Morten Sørensen has been analyzing a unique dataset on top executives, uncovering the traits that make them effective and different from others.

Dec 09, 2021

2021 Employment Data Illustrates High Demand for Tuck’s Most Recent MBA Graduates

98 percent of the Tuck class of 2021 received a job offer within three months of graduation, while total compensation sustained a school record.

Dec 07, 2021

Tuck Alum Gifts Millions in Support of Tuck CPEVC, Invites Others to Follow

The $4.5 million endowed gift from Warren C. “Renny” Smith Jr. T’83 includes a commitment to match up to an additional $4.5 million in future gifts to the Tuck Center for Private Equity and Venture Capital.

Dec 02, 2021

Slaughter & Rees Report: Two Long-Term Public-Policy Lessons of the Pandemic

Dean Matthew Slaughter and coauthor Matthew Rees share two public-policy lessons of the pandemic related to globalization and public health—one optimistic, the other less so.

Nov 30, 2021

COP26 through the Eyes of Three Tuck Students

Tuck sent a delegation of six students to the 26th Annual United Nations Conference of Parties, in Glasgow. Three of them share their experiences and takeaways.

Nov 23, 2021

How to Do the Career Pivot: The Tuck MBA Edition

Meet four current Tuck MBA students who did the pivot and secured internships in their target industries—consulting, pharmaceuticals, nature conservation, and technology-gaming.

Nov 16, 2021

Has the U.S.-China Trade War Hurt the Chinese Economy?

Tuck professor Davin Chor analyzed night light data from satellite imagery to infer the impact of the new tariffs on China’s economy.

Nov 09, 2021

Tuck’s Peter Fisher to Launch New Retirement Research Initiative at BlackRock

The clinical professor is rejoining the investment management firm after eight years at Tuck.

Nov 04, 2021

Slaughter & Rees Report: What Will Help Resolve America’s Great Resignation? Jobs Connected to the...

As the U.S. faces the Great Resignation, Slaughter and Rees remind policymakers that the strongest jobs in America have long been those connected to the world through international trade and investment.

Oct 28, 2021

Inside New Fall Electives at Tuck 2021

Three new courses this fall showcase the innovation and practical rigor of the Tuck elective curriculum.

Oct 27, 2021