Center for Business & Society Blog

First Year at Tuck: Aligning a Career with Personal Values

Posted on Fri, July 24, 2015 by Carole Gaudet.

Summer and an adventure from Hanover back into the ‘real world’ has provided an opportunity to reflect on the events of the last year. It’s hard...

How Many T’16s Are Working To Change the World? A Lot!

Posted on Thu, July 23, 2015 by Carole Gaudet.

We took a step back recently to reflect on the class of 2016, and their commitment to making the world a better place. Turns out that 68% of the class participated in...

Tuck GIVES: Combining Chemistry, Engineering and Venture Capital

Posted on Mon, July 20, 2015 by Carole Gaudet.

Brandon Smith T'16 received support for his summer internship through Tuck GIVES. He is pictured at Cerahelix, one of the startups he's working with while at MVF. When...

“I am astonished by the innovations that bubble up from the lab.”

Posted on Fri, July 17, 2015 by Carole Gaudet.

by Vikram D. T'16 This summer I am interning at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in a quiet, and stunning, part of New Mexico. Since I was a child,...

How Cutting Edge Technologies Can Change Lives

Posted on Tue, July 14, 2015 by Carole Gaudet.

Ed Harding is returning to Tuck in the Fall for his second year. He is interning at Microsoft over the summer. He graduated with First Class honours from Oxford University,...

“Let us now shine the light of the Tuck School into the world.”

Posted on Thu, July 09, 2015 by Carole Gaudet.

Henry Karongo T'15 was chosen by his classmates to deliver this year's investiture address. It eloquently speaks to the calling we at the Center for Business & Society hope...

A Surprising Summer Internship in Solar Energy

Posted on Wed, July 08, 2015 by Carole Gaudet.

by Nell A. T'16 As someone who came to Tuck with the intent to explore the world of business and the environment during my summer, an internship focused on energy...

Tuck GIVES: A Stepping Stone from the Public Sector

Posted on Mon, June 22, 2015 by Carole Gaudet.

by Ryan A., T'16 Coming from a non-traditional and public sector background in the Department of Defense and Peace Corps, I wanted to find an internship during my first and...

Student Viewpoint: Bringing a Consultant’s Toolkit to a Social Mission

Posted on Mon, April 27, 2015 by CBAS Fellow.

by Jeremy Reich T'16 Last week, I had the opportunity to join a small group lunch with Nan Stone, Senior Knowledge Advisor for the Bridgespan Group. Over the hour-long conversation,...

A Tuck Alum’s Long History with Sustainability

Posted on Tue, March 31, 2015 by Carole Gaudet.

by Whitney Flynn T'16 I recently attended a lunchtime talk with Steve Voigt, T’86 and former CEO of Vermont’s very own King Arthur Flour (KAF), a nationally-distributed...

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