Knowledge & Research

Teacher-scholars on the leading edge of theory and practice

A Tuck Startup, Started on the Beach

Charlotte Johnson T’19 and Pace Ralli T’09 are the creators of ShakaBall, a new beach game business that brings fun to people of all ages.

Using Technology to Enhance Global Food Security

With a new app called FishMD, Jerome d’Orchimont T’19 and Nithin Mohan MEM’17 are speeding up the diagnosis and treatment of sick fish.

New “Healthy Vending Machine” Company 6AM Health Partners with Tuck Student Team

A team of Tuck students is working with 6AM Health, a specialty food business founded by Brad Callow T’13, to help bring the company to scale.

Tuck Social Venture Fund Invests in College Savings Startup

The fund, run solely by students, has made a third investment in CollegeBacker, a Silicon Valley startup.

A Tuck Startup Story: Corleone Dance Apparel

Caroline Leone T’19 is working on a new business to serve dancers.

Tuck Rolls Out New Courses on Social Entrepreneurship and Impact Investing

Clinical professor Curt Welling D’71, T’77 discusses two new courses that draw on his extensive experience in investment banking and global public health.

Tuck Center for Entrepreneurship Launches Startup Incubator

The incubator offers structure and expert guidance to startup founders in the Tuck and Dartmouth communities.

Top MBAs for Entrepreneurship 2018

Financial Times

In the Financial Times' latest rankings of top MBA programs for entrepreneurship, Tuck is #3 in a group of 50 schools from around the world.

How Seven Tuck Students Spent Their Summer

When it comes to Tuck MBA internships, one size doesn’t necessarily fit all.

New Students Explore Energy & Entrepreneurship in the Bay Area

Thirty students headed west and got an inside look at some of the Bay Area’s most innovative startups and energy companies, from Airbnb to Nest.

A New Home for Entrepreneurship at Tuck

The new Center for Entrepreneurship builds on a strong foundation of programs and support.

An Entrepreneurial Spirit

Some students build startups at Tuck. Others, like Ken Martin T’17, join Tuck with an existing business they want to grow.

Gibson “Gib” Biddle

NerdWallet's Gib Biddle T'91 came to Tuck as a marketer, but then realized he was more of a builder.

Connecting Credit Access and Entrepreneurship

Tuck professor Gordon Phillips and a colleague from the University of Minnesota have received a grant from the Washington Center for Equitable Growth that will fund research on understanding how...

How I Leveraged Tuck’s Entrepreneurial Resources to Launch a Startup

Holland Davis T'18 leveraged the Building Entrepreneurial Ventures course at Tuck to test ideas, strategy, and vision for the startup he created with fellow T'18s Lars Matkin and Andrew... By H. Holland Davis T'18 I enrolled in Building Entrepreneurial Ventures (BEV) to get a sense of what it means to be an entrepreneur before I graduate and begin a...

A Car Care Business, Started at Tuck

T’17s Russ Walker and Edward Warren are the founders of Zippity, a convenient car care startup launched in Hanover.

Katrina Veerman

With PK Coffee in Stowe, Vermont, Katrina Veerman T’01 turned a passion into a livelihood.

Tuck’s Dia Draper Wins Dartmouth Pitch Entrepreneurial Competition

Dia Draper, director of strategic initiatives at Tuck, created a product to help people who, like her, have survived cancer.