Together with and in memory of his late wife BoHing Chan Tseu, Dr Tseu has made a significant gift to Harris Manchester College, where the largest building has been named after them.
Recently, Dr Tseu founded and provided the funding for Harris Manchester’s newly established Tseu Medical Institute and serves as its chairman. His longstanding generosity has also made possible the annual participation of a doctoral professor from Hawaii Pacific University in the Summer Research Institute at Harris Manchester.
A well-respected Hawaiian dentist, Dr Tseu is a member of the Board of Regents and a foundation fellow of Harris Manchester. He has been listed in America’s Top Dentist since 2003 by the Consumer Research Council of America and was featured in the 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century Award Programme in 2004 by the International Biography Centre of Cambridge.
Dr Tseu is a fellow of the International College of Dentists and was the recipient in 2000 of the Alumnus Merit Award from Northwestern University Alumni Association as one of the Top 10 Alumnus of the Year. A generous philanthropist, Dr Tseu’s gifts have benefited the American Cancer Society, the University of Hawaii Culinary School, the Kapiolani Medical Center and Chaminade University.
He is a member of the American College of Forensic Examiners, on the board of directors of Northwestern University Dental School and has served on the board of dental examiners for the State of Hawaii. Dr Tseu is a graduate of Brigham Young University and Northwestern University Dental School. His late wife, BoHing Chan Tseu, received an MA by special resolution from the University of Oxford.