Wed, May 9, 2012
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Liberal Arts building Lecture Hall
When: Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at 4:30 p.m. Where: Liberal Arts Auditorium, with a Reception to follow.
In December of 2011, as part of the Mainpat-NAU Interdisciplinary Global Learning Project, a student – faculty group from NAU traveled to a Tibetan Refugee Camp located in Mainpat, India. In an interdepartmental effort to assist the refugees they delivered dental services, sustainability, expertise, and engineering guidance.
About Tulku Tsori Rinpoché:
The Venerable Tulku Tsori Rinpoché is the founder and spiritual leader of the Yogi Tsoru Dechen Rinpoche Foundation based in Miami, Florida. He is recognized as a Lama – a term reserved for senior members of the Tibetan Order.
Lama Tulku Tsori Rinpoché (aka Tulku Karma) was born in a Tibetan refugee settlement in India in 1974. During his childhood, he was recognized as the incarnation of Yogi Tsoru Dechen Rinpoche of Chamdho, Tibet. At the age of seven, he was received at Namdroling Monastery in Bylakuppe, India where he completed his education.
Rinpoché has devoted his life to champion humanitarian efforts. He travels throughout the world teaching the Buddha Dharma (Path of Awakening), and speaking on the greater good of empowering humanity and revitalizing society. Presently, Rinpoché is overseeing various charitable programs including construction of the Children’s Monastery in Mainpat, India while continuing to help establish new Dharma centers throughout the world.
Sponsored by: The College of Health and Human Services, The Office of the Provost, and The Center for International Education.