Craig Preston is an internationally known teacher of Classical Tibetan and author of three books. Educated at the University of Virginia under the renowned scholar Jeffrey Hopkins, Preston has taught Classical Tibetan for twenty years.
He taught Classical Tibetan and Buddhist Philosophy at the University of Buffalo and is currently working on the UMA Five-Year Translation Project under a grant from the Ing Foundation.
Preston has published two textbooks, How to Read Classical Tibetan, /Vols. I and II, and co-authored Buddhist Philosophy: Losang Gonchok’s Short Commentary to Jamyang Shayba’s Root Text on Tenents with Daniel Cozort.
Tibetan Summer Intensive class at Maitripa College