Henderson Library presents ‘A Chinese Art Preview’
The Zach S. Henderson Library will honor the life and art of Jiann-Ping Hsu, Ph.D., and explore the history of Chinese art and calligraphy at ‘A Chinese Art Preview’ on Wednesday, July 12, from 2 – 3 p.m. in Library Room 1300.
The event will be hosted by the Library’s Special Collections, and will feature some of the beautiful works of Hsu and the many works of art she collected. In addition to being the namesake of the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health, Hsu was a scholar, scientist and artist who devoted her career to public health before losing a long battle with cancer in 2004. She served with the Food and Drug Administration, served in the leadership of several pharmaceutical companies, and was a research consultant with Biopharmaceutical Research Consultants, Inc., a research consulting organization founded by her husband, Karl E. Peace, Ph.D. Peace endowed the College of Public Health in her name as a celebration of her life.
Light refreshments will be provided at the event.