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Naropa University average salary is $108,479, median salary is $105,492 with a salary range from $82,930 to $140,000.
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Qa/support Engineer 110,000-110,000 San Jose, CA, 95101 2016 Naropa University Qa/support Engineer Salaries (1)
Naropa University San Jose, CA Salaries
Sr. Release Manager 140,000-140,000 San Jose, CA, 95101 2015 Naropa University Sr. Release Manager Salaries (1)
Naropa University San Jose, CA Salaries
Software Engineer 82,930-100,984 Mountain View, CA, 94035 2012 Naropa University Software Engineer Salaries (2)
Naropa University Mountain View, CA Salaries
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  • Naropa University
  • Industry: Education/Training
  • City: Boulder, CO
  • Naropa University's founder, Ch?gyam Trungpa Rinpoche, was born in Tibet in 1940, a lineage holder of both the Kagy¨¹ and Nyingma Buddhist traditions. In 1959, after the Chinese invasion, he escaped Tibet through the Himalayas to northern India. Like the Dalai Lama and other exiled Tibetan teachers, he continued to teach and transmit the wisdom of the Buddhist dharma. In 1963, he received a Spaulding sponsorship to study comparative religion, philosophy and the fine arts at Oxford University, where he became fluent in English and familiar with the particular needs and interests of Western students.