A Tuck tradition unlike any other, #TuckWinterCarnival brings together MBA students from around the country for a weekend extravaganza that celebrates all things winter, the outdoors, making connections with fellow students, and life in Hanover! We hope everyone enjoyed the 35th TWC, until next year! ⛷️❄️🎿
All smiles headed into the weekend 😊😊 #fbf #TuckReunion
Such a pleasure to have #StuartWeitzman—American shoe designer, entrepreneur, and founder of the eponymous shoe company @stuartweitzman—in Hanover yesterday! Stuart shared his entrepreneurial journey with the Tuck and @dartmouthcollege community and met with #TuckMBA students, many clad in his designs, throughout the day to discuss their entrepreneurial ideas and share his knowledge about starting, and growing, a successful business. . . Our thanks to Tuck’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Visiting Executive Program, the Magnuson Center for Entrepreneuship, and to Stuart for starting his week at Tuck! . . . . #mba #businessschool #onlyattuck #wearetuck #swwwomen #inourshoes #entrepreneur #entrepreneurship
An associate professor in Tuck’s Economics group, Davin Chor brings a personal history of embracing globalization to his study of international trade. “I grew up at a time when Singapore expanded economically, and peoples’ livelihoods improved a lot,” he says, “so trying to understand what the linkages might be between trade and development was something I became deeply interested in.” . . Chor brings this personal history and immense knowledge into the classroom, where he teaches the core course Global Economics for Managers and the upcoming new elective, Growth Economics. With new tariffs and trade talks appearing constantly in the news, the students are finding the course material as relevant as anything else they are learning. “It used to be a lot harder to energize students about international trade,” Chor says. “But you don’t need a lot these days to get the classroom talking.” Learn more about Professor Chor at the link in our bio!
Fascinating conversation on campus today as Tuck clinical professor and former New Hampshire Governor John Lynch broke down the results of the #NHPrimary with former @wmur9 political director Scott Spradling. #TuckMBA students and #TuckAlumni questioned Governor Lynch and Scott about the future of New Hampshire as the first in the nation primary, what this year's results mean for upcoming primaries and the #2020election, which candidates are well positioned and which are not, the possibility of a brokered convention, the role of money in #politics, and much more. Our huge thanks to Governor Lynch and Scott for helping us make sense of yesterday's political action, and to all the alumni that joined us via the live stream! #OnlyAtTuck