Vice-President and Member, Board of Directors, UMA Institute
William Magee received a B.A. from Lynchburg College in 1963, and received a Ph.D. in History of Religions from the University of Virginia in 1998.
He taught for eight years as an Associate Professor at the Dharma Drum Buddhist College in Jinshan, Taiwan. Magee is the author of Paths to Omniscience: the Geluk Hermeneutics of Nga-wang-bel-den and The Nature of Things: Emptiness and Essence in the Geluk World, as well as co-author of Fluent Tibetan: A Proficiency-Oriented Learning System.
He is the Vice-President of the UMA Institute for Tibetan Studies.
Curriculum Vitae available for download here.