Cheng Hsu elected as 2013 Outstanding Alumnus by Tunghai University in Taiwan

Professor Cheng Hsu is elected an Outstanding Alumnus of Year 2013 by his alma mater, Tunghai University. He will receive the Award at the university's 58th anniversary ceremony on November 3rd in Taichung, Taiwan. Tunghai University, founded by the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia in 1955, is the top-ranked private university in Taiwan and a leader among dozens of sister universities also founded by the United Board in Japan, Korea, and a number of other Asian countries. Four other co-recipients of the Award include a fellow of American Physical Society and a department head at National Tsin-Hua University in Taiwan; a molecular geneticist and a professor at the medical school of UCLA; an American Accounting Association director and an endowed chair professor at National Cheng-Chi University in Taiwan; and a cabinet member of the central government of the Republic of China (Taiwan).