Tsering Wangchuk

Tsering Wangchuk

Assistant Professor

Full-Time Faculty
Kalmanovitz Hall 136


Tsering Wangchuk is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of San Francisco. His areas of specialization include the intellectual history of Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Studies, and history of religions. He has published articles with several peer-reviewed journals. He teaches classes on Buddhism and Himalayan religions and cultures. He is also the Blum Chair in Himalayan Studies. He received his PhD from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville and came to USF in 2011.

Research Areas

  • Intellectual history of Tibetan Buddhism and Buddhist Studies
  • History of religions


  • Blum Chair in Himalayan Studies


  • PhD, University of Virginia