The Tuck Executive Program (TEP) takes place at the Tuck School of Business on the Dartmouth College campus in an idyllic northern New England summer setting.
Tuck’s personal scale and retreat-like learning environment is ideal for learning and reflecting with global peers and faculty during the three weeks of TEP. In celebration of the completion of this year’s program, we would like to share some fun facts about the 2013 session.
39th Annual Tuck Executive Program
- 55% of participants international, from 11 countries.
- 12 flags flying at Tuck!
- 26% women.
- 3 weeks of learning from faculty and each other
- 19 days of class
- 1 Faculty Director, Sydney Finkelstein, Associate Dean of Executive Education
- 20 Faculty; visiting faculty include Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, Action Learning Associates
- 1 Greeting from Paul Danos, Dean of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
- 2 Peer coaching sessions
- 1 Hike up Mount Cardigan (everyone reached the summit!)
- 1 Evening at Dartmouth’s Hood Museum of Art –“Learning to Look”
- 1 Team orienteering exercise in the woods (nobody got lost)
- 2 Fireside Chats
- 2 Rock climbing experiences (0 injuries!)
- 1 Dinner at Faculty Director and Associate Dean Sydney Finkelstein’s house
- 2 Lakeside barbecues
- 1 Gala Reception
- 1 Graduation Ceremony (families in attendance from around the world!)
Blog Series on TEP, Tuck Voices: Women in Leadership
State Street’s Atkinson Balances Family & Career Development With High Finance
Boeing’s Wuerch Shifts from Tactical Mindset to Strategic Leader
Hershey’s Schaller Set Aside ‘Superwoman’ Myth On Route to Top
In Field Dominated By Men, BAE’s Palmateer Found Confidence to Speak Up
Peer Learning is a Key Benefit of Tuck Programs
Marshall Goldsmith on Teaching at Tuck
Syd Finkelstein on the Tuck Executive Program (TEP)