Tuck Students Present to Kosovo Ministry of Health

A team of students from Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business recently made a presentation to the Kosovo Ministry of Health on their plans to assess the feasibility of creating dental facilities in the newly-independent nation that would attract other Europeans and members of the Albanian "diaspora." The plan is part of a larger agreement between Dartmouth, the Geisel School of Medicine and The Dartmouth Institute to advise Kosovo on the implementation of its new health care law and reforms. 

Dartmouth has been working in Kosovo since 1999 on medical exchanges, consulting activities, and various projects with educational and governmental organizations.