Archive for 2008

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Words Of My Perfect Teacher Translated Into Mongolian

November 20th, 2008

In July, Khyentse Foundation awarded a special grant to the Mongolian Buddhist Revival Project of Kunzang Palyul Choling to print 1,000 copies of their translation into Mongolian of Patrul Rinpoche’s classic text, The Words of My Perfect Teacher. Konchog Norbu, Gelong monk and In-Country Director of KPC’s Mongolian Buddhism Revival Project, wrote, “This is indeed…

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Inaugural Khyentse Foundation Lecture In Tibetan Buddhism

November 20th, 2008

A Four-Year Collaboration Comes to Fruition On October 21, an enthusiastic audience of about 70 Buddhist scholars and practitioners welcomed Jacob Dalton to his new appointment as assistant professor in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures and the Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies. This position was made possible through the establishment…

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The Search Is On—Again!

November 20th, 2008

Status of Buddhist Studies in Universities Worldwide Survey A Khyentse Foundation team of data collectors, experts in Buddhist higher education, and their advisors is hard at work to identify centers of excellence in Buddhist education all over the world, with a three-fold goal: • To assess the status of Buddhist studies in universities around the…

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Read About Progress at UC Berkeley and More in the November Communiqué

November 11th, 2008

IN THIS ISSUE Read about the Inaugural Khyentse Foundation Lecture given at Berkeley by Professor Jacob Dalton, the KF team working to identify centers of excellence in Buddhist education all over the world, KF special grants supporting the revival of Buddhism is Mongolia, and more.

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Full Time ESL Position Open At DKCLI India

September 25th, 2008

A full-time, male ESL teacher is required from 6 March 2009 to teach monks at Dzongsar Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö Institute in Chauntra (HP), India. Over 90 monks aged 20-35, are currently enrolled in the Institute’s English language program sponsored by Khyentse Foundation. The successful applicant will be provided with accommodation (within the monastery), meals and…

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