Tuck students and alumni share their experiences becoming unique members of the Tuck community.
Sara McGuigan T'16 describes gender dynamics during her 10-year career in the U.S. Coast Guard.
Bryan Pyfer T'16 explains why he left a budding sales career to become a surgeon.
Rob Wilson T'16 offers life lessons based on his experience raising two young girls.
James Davermann T'15 shares the importance of mind, body and spirit in his life.
Jon Elkin T'16 encountered an unexpected personal challenge while serving in the Peace Corps.
Tyler Harvey TP'15 talks about her love for food and her journey to working in the Box food truck.
Juan Iriarte T'16 shares a story about magical realism in his native Colombia.
Professor Kopalle describes the importance of storytelling in teaching, parenting and other aspects of life.
Henry Karongo T'15 describes having to bribe a police officer in Nairobi, Kenya.
Ben Chandler T'17 talks about the kindness of strangers during three challenging months on the Appalachian Trail.
Chris O'Brien T'16 shares his experience training for a marathon and advises listeners to always set their own pace.
Managers are on the front lines in helping companies cope with competitive and technological challenges, yet so often they keep going back to the same playbook that worked in the past. People are just not as good at learning to change and adapt as they need to be. Watch Professor Sydney Finkelstein in this keynote address.
Tuck Professor Sydney Finkelstein presents his findings from 20 years of research on what goes wrong in organizations.
Tuck professor Sydney Finkelstein talks with Suraj Anantha Narayanan Venkitachalam (SUV), a second-year student at Tuck, about Uber, Gilead, and more.