Monthly Archives: February 2011

Tuck Professor on Libya

Dartmouth Associate Professor of Government Diederik “Dirk” Vandewalle literally wrote the book on Libya. He’s been a valuable source for the media over the past few days. Below is a sampling of some of his recent comments to reporters. Prof. … Continue reading

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A bit of India at Tuck

The CIB hosted a short program of classical Indian music last night (Feb 16) in Raether Hall. According to sources, more than 80 people were in the audience to hear Grammy winner Vishwa Mohan Bhatt who was accompanied by Indronil … Continue reading

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Listen double, speak half

Brij Singh, a Tuck ’88 alum, is the founder and CEO of Baer Capital Partners Ltd, headquartered in Dubai, UAE. Hear his thoughts on what makes for a successful global executive.

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Intercultural Readiness

In early January, an email circulated around Tuck asking whether the MBA students were ready for a career that demanded working in cross-cultural teams. It asked whether the students felt sufficiently prepared to manage the complexity of cultural diversity in … Continue reading

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