A scholarship endowed by Kinya Seto T’96 seeks to expand access to business education for students from Japan.

Among other philanthropic and business decisions, Kinya Seto T’96 strives to grow and create an enduring, positive impact on society and future generations.

After a recent seven-figure gift, Yoko and Kinya Seto hope to accomplish this goal by raising student’s awareness of MBAs in the United States and strives to provide students from Japan with opportunities at Tuck.

“I am confident that anyone who enrolls at Tuck will be a much better business leader when they graduate,” says Seto, CEO of Tokyo-based LIXIL Corporation, a global manufacturer of water and housing products. “The Tuck MBA is a two-year investment with a significant return that prepares graduates for success in advancing business and improving society.”

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