Dartmouth's Dawna Clarke discusses strategies for getting accepted at Tuck and what sets the B-school's close-knit community apart
Chat: June 17, 2011, at 1 p.m. EDT Guest: Dawna Clarke, admissions director at Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business (Tuck Full-Time MBA Profile) is known for having a small, tightly knit community. If you're looking for that kind of business school experience, you won't want to miss our next live chat event on June 17 at 1 p.m. EDT. Our guest will be Dawna Clarke, director of admissions at Tuck. She'll be fielding your questions on everything from how to impress at the admissions interview to what kinds of jobs Tuck graduates are snagging. Before joining Tuck in 2005, Clarke was the admissions director at the Darden School of Business (Darden Full-Time MBA Profile) at the University of Virginia and the associate admissions director at the Kenan-Flager Business School (Kenan-Flagler Full-Time MBA Profile) at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. "Fortunately, I knew several people at Tuck, and some of them reached out to me when the director of admissions position became available," she says. "It's an experience that has surpassed my expectations—particularly the positive momentum at the school, the leadership of the school, and the school spirit." To participate in the chat, head to the Chat Auditorium about 10 minutes before the scheduled event.You may be prompted to create a user name and password.It's free and should take only a few minutes.Francesca Di Meglio (screen name: FrancescaBW) will be your host. If you cannot attend the event, you can send your questions ahead of time to Francesca at FDBloombergBW@gmail.com with the subject "Tuck Chat."