Brumley Senior Fellow Bolsinger Named Graduate Director for Intelligence and National Security Studies at UTEP
Apr 16, 2020 | Brumley Fellows
Diana Bolsinger, a Brumley Senior Fellow at the Strauss Center, has been newly appointed as the Graduate Director and Advisor of the Master of Science in Intelligence and National Security Studies (INSS) program within the University of Texas at El Paso’s (UTEP) Department of Criminal Justice. She will teach courses on intelligence and national security, including courses like Intelligence Collection and Analysis, Professional Practices, the Political Economy of Terrorism, and Historical Development of National Security.
Diana Bolsinger is finishing up her doctorate at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Policy. Her current research examines the assumptions and influences shaping U.S. policy towards the Muslim world, particularly Pakistan. Before coming to UT Austin, she served in a variety of analytical and policy support positions in the US Federal Government, including assignments in Islamabad, Pakistan; Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; and Seoul, Korea. She holds a MA in International Affairs from George Washington University, an MEd from Marymount University, and a MA in Government from New Mexico State University.