Reginald A. Ray BA, Williams College PhD, University of Chicago Reginald Ray came to Naropa University in 1974 to inaugurate the Buddhist Studies (now Religious Studies) Department. He has received a Fulbright-Hays Fellowship and two N.E.H. Senior Research Fellowships. He is a member of the Nalanda Translation Committee and was among the first group of senior teachers of the Shambhala lineage. He leads meditation programs, including month long contemplative practice retreats, in Crestone, Colorado. His book, Buddhist Saints in India, received a national book award from the American Academy of Religion. He has recently published two books on Tibetan Buddhism, Indestructible Truth and Secret of the Vajra World.