AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Texas Health and Science University is proud to announce today that our Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer, Lisa Ping-Hui-Tsao Lin, L.Ac., E.M.B.A., will be honored for her lifetime commitment to the acupuncture profession. Steve Adler, Mayor of Austin, Texas, has proclaimed January 30, 2017 “Lisa Ping-Hui Tsao Lin Day.” Please see attached Proclamation.
President Lin, along with her husband Paul Lin, are the founders of Texas Health and Science University, formerly known as Texas College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Ms. Lin has distinguished herself as a pioneer in the profession of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine by her successful efforts to pass acupuncture legislation in the State of Texas; in her position as the first Chair of the Education Committee of the Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners. Ms. Lin is a Licensed Acupuncturist and has practiced Traditional Chinese Medicine in Texas for more than 30 years.
Texas Health and Science University is a comprehensive educational institution. The University was the first school of acupuncture in the state of Texas, established in 1990. The school offers Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degrees in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine; also Bachelor of Business Administration, MBA, and MBA in Healthcare Management degrees and an English as a Second Language certificate program.
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, USA with a branch campus in San Antonio, Texas, the University offers a Dual Degree program at the master level with Zhejiang Chinese Medical University and has sister school relationships with several institutions in Taiwan and China. For more information, visit the University’s web site at www.thsu.edu.