Monthly Archives: March 2011

MBA Students in the Field

Phew. The 2011 Learning Expedition participants are back on campus after a very busy travel schedule. In case you haven’t read the previous posts, the CIB Learning Expeditions are faculty-led, international spring break trips for Tuck students. They combine in-the-field … Continue reading

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Photos from Learning Expeditions

The intrepid travelers are now back on campus, and the spring term is in full swing. Two photos are posted below, one each from the CIB’s Learning Expeditions to China and to  India. More photos on Facebook (click photos in … Continue reading

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From the bottom of the pyramid to the pinnacle of high tech

I write this while sitting on a train taking us from Agra to Delhi. We arrived in Agra yesterday, Sunday, and spent an incredible day that started with a sunrise visit to the Taj Mahal and ended with visits to … Continue reading

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Past and Future in China

An oft overlooked part of traveling is, well, the traveling. Getting to the airport, picking up magazines or books to read along the way, the flight itself – it’s all part of it. And it’s an obviously integral part, because … Continue reading

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Modernity and Simplicity in India

A post from Derrick Deese, T’12 March 13th is typically just another day in the lunar calendar year.  However, during my Tuck Center for International Business trip to India, I had one of the more memorable days in my life.  … Continue reading

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