View count: 4999

Office of Studebt Affairs

Ven. Dr. Yung Dong, Shih

Ph.D, Religious Studies, University of the West(UWest), USA







Professor, Institute of Religious Studies, Fo Guang University(FGU)



Dean, Office of Students Affairs, Fo Guang University



Member, Directors of Board, Taiwan Religion Association



Advisory Committee of Religious Affairs, Taipei City Council Aug.2016–present


Direcor of Taiwan Association of Religious Studies Jun.2013–present



Member , Directors of Board, Nan Tian Institute(NTI), Australia Jan.2000-present



Adjunct Professor, NTI, Australia, Jan.2016-present



Curriculum Committee, Academic Board, NTI Australia Jan.2012-present



Curriculum Committee, Applied Buddhism and Humanistic Buddhism, NTI Australia Jan.2016-present



Adjunct Professor, Tsung Lin University, Fo Guang Shan(FGS) Aug.2010-present



Reviewer of Publication for Fo Guang Shan Sep.2008-present




Work History:



Dean, College of Buddhist Studies, FGU Jan.2013–Jul.2015



Chair, Dept. of Buddhist Studies, FGU Aug.2012–Jul.2015



Professor, Dept. of Applied Buddhism, NTI, Australia Sep.2007-Jan.2016



Member , Directors of Board, Junyi Experimental High School, Taitung, Sep.2007-sep.2010



Assistant Professor, Dept. of Religious Studies, UWest Sep.2005-Aug.2006



Buddhist Lecturer and Chan Master in North America, FGS. Jan, 2000-July, 2006



Director, Administration Office, UWest. Sep.2000-Aug.2001



Director, Human Resource Office, UWest. Sep.2000-Aug.2001



Deputy Director, Chan College, FGS. Jan.1996-Dec.1998







The Short March to Wisdom 2002



The Origin of Bodhicitta and Its Development in Chinese Buddhism 2005



The Buddhist Perspective of Human Nature and Healing 2009



The Developmental Tendency of Buddhism in Taiwan 2012



An Examination of the Texts Translated by Nien, Daozhen in the Western Jin Dynasty 2014



The World Vision of Humanistic Buddhism, 2016



The Mode of Buddhist Monastics by Master Lianchi in the Ming Dynasty and Its Contemporary Example 2017



Construct the Mode of Simile Used by Master Hsing Yun Based on Between Ignorance and Enlightenment 2019