U Asia Campus

Hugh Schuckman

Associate Professor (Lecturer) | Writing & Rhetoric
Ext. 6213
Location: 709


UAC Courses: HON 2114 (Intellectual Traditions: Science and Human Rights), RELS 3500(Religions of Asia), ECS 4111(School and Society), UGS 2230(Global Citizenship), UGS 2273(Global Citizenship 2), WRTG 2905(Rhetoric of Yoga), WRTG 4020(Theory & Practice of the Writing Center), WRTG 2906(Rhetoric of Democracy), WRTG 2010 (Intermediate Writing)
Email: hugh.schuckman@utah.edu
Office Location: U709

Hugh Schuckman serves as an Associate Professor in the Writing & Rhetoric Studies department. He earned an MA at Columbia University, New York City in the field of Buddhist Studies and later completed a Masters of Theological Studies at Harvard University. Having taught in a variety of countries (Japan, S. Korea, and Mongolia), he focused on education at UCLA’s Graduate School of Education and Information Studies and received a Ph.D. in International and Comparative Education. Before joining the faculty at University of Utah, Professor Schuckman taught research writing at Prince Sultan University (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) and Korea Development Institute of Public Policy and Management (Seoul, Korea). He currently teaches classes in the departments of Religious Studies, Writing and Rhetoric Studies, and Education at the Utah Asia Campus. In his free time, Professor Schuckman loves to travel and explore new countries with his wife and daughters. His other passion is yoga; he trained to become a yoga teacher in Rishikesh, India, and teaches yoga classes in Songdo.