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Matt Slaughter on NAFTA

Dean Matt Slaughter is taking Tuck from strength to strength in the B-school rankings, in fundraising, and in alumni participation, yet he still has time to do scholarship that has present-day relevance — enough to merit a column in the Wall Street Journal:

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Quite a guy.

Addendum: Read Slaughter’s complete report, How Withdrawing from NAFTA Would Damage the U.S. Economy.

Addendum: A College/Tuck alumnus writes in to share some news:

I am a Dartmouth and Tuck alumnus — and now give only to Tuck directly (although I continue to support undergrad organizations with which was affiliated). My confidence in Tuck’s leadership to use my money for the right priorities and in an efficient manner so far exceeds the undergrad side of things that I can’t justify splitting it any way but 100% to 0%.

What’s happening on the fundraising front down Tuck Drive is an interesting juxtaposition to Parkhurst’s woes…

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Whenever someone asserts that the College’s problems are structural — too small, not urban, in an all-white part of the country — look at Tuck’s ongoing achievement.


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