Han-Sheng Chen was born and raised in Taoyuan, Taiwan. He earned his BBA in Statistics from National Taipei University and MBA with Finance concentration from Tamkang University. In order to pursue his doctoral studies in finance at University of Texas at Arlington, he and his wife, Peiyi Chang, moved to the U.S. in 2007. They are blessed with two children, Roger and Mina. Upon completion of Ph.D. degree in 2013, he taught at Southeastern Oklahoma State University for 6 years. In 2019, he joined Lipscomb University to work alongside fellow educators who share the same faith. He has taught a wide variety of economic and finance courses since he started teaching in classroom in 2010. Currently, he teaches Principles of Macroeconomics, Equity Investments, Investment Fund Management, and International Economics and Finance. He has several articles published in academic journals, including Review of Financial Economics and Global Journal of Accounting and Finance. In addition to his teaching and research, he also serves as faculty advisor to the student organization Asian Connection and Finance Club.
PhD in Finance, University of Texas at Arlington
MBA - Finance Concentration, Tamkang University
BBA - Statistics, National Taipei University