News & Research

A Year in Review with the Tuck Social Venture Fund

In the past year, the student-led Tuck Social Venture Fund made investments in four mission-focused companies making an impact in the world when it’s needed the most.

Designing Business Solutions for Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

The Small Business School Challenge brought together teams of Tuck and Thayer students for a 48-hour hackathon serving local businesses impacted by the pandemic.

Three Things I Learned from Valerie Jarrett

Liz Calby T’21 reflects on a virtual discussion with Valerie Jarrett, former senior advisor to President Barack Obama.

Investing in Climate Change

Tobin Krieg T’21 spent his summer tackling climate change with the Gulf of Maine Research Institute’s investment team.

Ensuring Safer Global Travel Through the Commons Project Foundation

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Afolabi Oshinowo T’21 leveraged his medical background to develop a new product, the CommonPass, and ensure safer global travel for all.

My Internship at the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation

Rob Gardener T’21 shares his summer internship experience at the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC)—a newly-formed government agency that provides financing solutions to the developing world.

Strengthening the Bridge Between the Upper Valley and Tuck in a Time of Crisis

A deep dive into why the Nonprofit Board Fellows program at Tuck matters now, more than ever.

Tuck Social Venture Fund Makes Fifth Investment in FinTech company CNote

Tuck’s impact fund invests $25K in CNote, a financial technology platform that enables investors to put their money towards communities and causes they care about.

Tuck Social Venture Fund Inks Fourth Investment

TSVF directors diversified the portfolio by taking a $25K stake in New/Mode, a civic tech startup that helps activate grassroots campaigns to drive policy change.

Students Quiz 2020 Candidates at Climate Town Hall

In a town hall co-hosted by Tuck, Stonyfield Organic, and the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation, students shared the stage with 2020 presidential candidates and asked about their plans to combat climate...

How to Run for Office

Former New Hampshire Governor John Lynch shares his advice about running for elected office.

Tuck Speaker Series Tackles Economic Inequality

The first Tuck Speaker Series sparked powerful conversations a decade after the 2008 financial crisis.

A Summer Internship with UNICEF

During his summer internship with UNICEF Charles Yen T'19 assisted the investment selection process for technology startups from developing markets that are working on open source solutions to improve children's...

An Evening with Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Amy Goldstein

Janesville: An American Story, an evening talk with Amy Goldstein, with welcoming remarks from Dean Slaughter followed by a book signing. 

“Cross-Sector CEO: Lessons from the Front Lines” with Peter Raskind D’78 T’79

Peter Raskind didn’t intend to be a crisis specialist, but he was given a front row seat to the financial collapse in 2008. As this year’s Halpern...

N.H. Governor Chris Sununu at Tuck

It was a pleasure to host New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu in Hanover this week! The Governor spoke with the Tuck community about navigating state legislature and media, bringing...

Inequality Speaker Series: Dean Matthew J. Slaughter

The inaugural event of a new Speaker Series in January on Inequality organized by fellows of Tuck’s Center for Business, Government & Society featured Dean Matthew J. Slaughter,...

Tuck Team Wins Global Universities Challenge

A team of five Tuck students took top honors in the Global Universities Challenge at the World Government Summit in Dubai.

Deval Patrick, Former Massachusetts Governor, Visits Tuck

It was a pleasure to have Deval Patrick, former Massachusetts Governor and current managing director of Bain Capital Double Impact, back in Hanover in February! Governor Patrick met with...

At the Center of Tuck

A reinvigorated vision for centers at Tuck is bringing exciting opportunities for students.