University of St. Thomas announces new assistant professor
The University of St. Thomas welcomed a new faculty member to its International Studies department. Houston native Richard Sindelar III, a Georgetown University Law Center graduate, accepted the assistant professor position after serving more than 22 years as a diplomatic officer with the U.S. Department of State Foreign Service, the university announced in a press release. Sindelar's experience includes overseas posts in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Montreal, Mexico, Cairo, Cuba and a peacekeeping tour at the Sinai Field Mission, according to the press release. He also co-edited the book "Crosscurrents in the Gulf" and has been a guest international affairs analyst on Channel 26 Fox News and KTRH Radio. The university said in the release it hopes students will benefit from the knowledge Sindelar gained while analyzing Middle East political and economic events in the Department of State's Bureau of Intelligence and advising international clients at Jackson Walker LLP. The University of St. Thomas is a private Catholic liberal arts institution located at 3800 Montrose Blvd., Houston.
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