Knowledge & Research

Tuck Wins New England Regionals at Venture Capital Investment Competition

Congratulations to this team of Tuckies for winning the New England Regionals of the Venture Capital Investment Competition (#VCIC) on Friday, earning them a trip to the VCIC Global Finals!...

Tuck Team Going to VCIC Global Finals

Congratulations to this team of Tuckies for winning the New England Regionals of the Venture Capital Investment Competition (#VCIC) on Friday, earning them a trip to the VCIC Global Finals!...

2019 Private Equity Conference

This invitation-only event brings together senior industry practitioners from the private equity industry and interested students for an information-packed day of keynote speeches and panel discussions. The conference takes place...

Reflections on the 14th Annual Tuck Private Equity Conference

The 14th annual Tuck Private Equity Conference took place February 7-8, 2019 and attracted over 250 registered attendees including industry professionals, Tuck students, faculty, and staff.

14th Annual Private Equity Conference

It was a busy day on campus last Friday as the 14th Annual Private Equity Conference took over Tuck! This wonderful event helped strengthen networks among the private equity community...

At the Center of Tuck

A reinvigorated vision for centers at Tuck is bringing exciting opportunities for students.

Tuck Team Achieves Success at MIT Private Equity Competition

This year’s case was to develop a recommendation on the proposed buyout of Seaboard Corporation, a Fortune 500 Company.

An Internship with Maine Venture Fund

This summer, with the support of Tuck GIVES, Binh T'19 interned at the Maine Venture Fund—an evergreen fund that invests in Maine-based companies in order to create jobs locally.

Tuck Competes at Wharton’s MBA Impact Investing Network & Training Competition

"MIINT was an accurate simulation of what to expect as an early stage impact investor, even more than what we would have been exposed to in a traditional classroom environment,"...

What We Learned: 2018 Tuck Private Equity Conference

Tuck’s 13th annual Private Equity Conference brought together nearly 250 professionals and students to discuss current trends in the industry and to share best practices in a competitive environment.

The Tuck Center for Private Equity and Venture Capital 2018 Research Conference

The purpose of the research group is to advance interdisciplinary research in private equity and venture capital. Interaction among scholars occurs on a continuous basis throughout the year and culminates...

Tuckies Take on PE, VC in Boston

The PE/VC trek is organized by Tuck students twice a year with the help and support of the Career Development Office (CDO) and generous Tuck alumni who work in...

Borealis Ventures: Venture Capital in Downtown Hanover

“How do you stay in the Upper Valley after Tuck? You get entrepreneurial,” says Phil Ferneau D'84, T'96.

The Value of the MBA Case Competition

For one day, the Upper Valley transformed into Silicon Valley when aspiring techies from over 11 MBA programs around the world flocked to Dartmouth to solve a hypothetical business problem posed...

Tuck’s Inaugural Private Equity & Entrepreneurship Research Conference

Martial Combari T’18, an Ayres Private Equity fellow, looks back on the conference, which featured more than 50 practitioners, professors, and advisors from across the globe.

Real-World Investment Training with Tuck’s Impact Investing Learning Program

The Impact Investing Learning Program (IILP) is a co-curricular program jointly run by the Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship (CPEE) and the Center for Business, Government & Society (CBGS), IILP...

David Rubenstein Tells Tuck Grads, “Don’t Take ‘No’ For An Answer”

Rubenstein, co-founder of The Carlyle Group, one of the largest private equity firms in the world, spoke at the 2018 Tuck School Investiture ceremony on Saturday, June 9.

Searching for a Company to Call Their Own

Two Tuck alumni founded Sachem Partners, an investment search fund based in Spain.

Going Public

Tuck professors Colin Blaydon and Steven Kahl D’91 are creating the first strategic history of the venture capital industry in the U.S.

Blocking the Exits

Gordon Phillips investigates what happens to venture capital investments when mergers and acquisitions activity is regulated.