“Graduate students from the Tuck School of Business and the Thayer School of Engineering joined forces this October to participate in the Small Business School Challenge, a 48-hour hackathon serving local businesses impacted by COVID-19,” write #TuckMBA Jessica Ahn T’21 and Kate Balderston T’21. “Partnerships and opportunities, such as the Small Business School Challenge, are a silver lining to the challenging times we live in and can be the inspiration we need to innovate and create our futures.” Read about the business solutions Tuck teams designed to address pandemic-related challenges at the link in our bio.
Mid-week views of the Connecticut River during fall. 🍂
“My humble dream for launching a peer support counselor program under the Mental Health and Wellness Initiative at Tuck is for Tuckies to be a welcomed additional resource for our classmates,” says #TuckMBA Elisabeth Sum T’21. “Especially during these challenging, strange times, I hope by extending our trained, informed, empathetic hands to our classmates who need us, many more people like myself can find their light through these seemingly endless tunnels.” Read why Elisabeth started the program and how you can connect with a Tuck peer support counselor at the link in our bio.
Meet six members of the dynamic class of #Tuck2022, as featured on Clear Admit! The students share what drew them to Tuck—including the school’s immersive location, tight-knit community, dedicated alumni network, and numerous experiential learning opportunities—and share what they’re most excited about for their first-year. Get to know them in our stories today!
We are so excited to see #TuckAlumni @Sarah.Apgar T’11, founder and CEO of @FitFighter, enter the Shark Tank this Friday, November 13! Good luck, Sarah! Read more about Sarah’s journey from the military, to Tuck, to starting her own fitness equipment company at the link in our bio!