New London — Coast Guard Capt. Glenn Sulmasy, chairman of the Humanities Department at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, has joined the Center for National Policy as a fellow for homeland security and national security law.
A judge advocate and expert in national security law, Sulmasy has served on the academy’s faculty since 2001. He has served on the faculty at the U.S. Naval War College and the Roger Williams University School of Law. He has also written and lectured widely on national security and constitutional law.
The Center for National Policy is an independent think tank dedicated to advancing the economic and national security of the United States. Sulmasy said it is an honor to be a fellow at the center and “a wonderful opportunity to research, write and provide commentary alongside such wonderful scholars dedicated to the prosperity and security of the United States.”
Kurt Colella, the dean of academics, said Sulmasy’s efforts at the center will “positively impact the security and stature of our nation.”
“He joins a distinguished group of fellows and we are immensely proud of him here at the academy as he takes on this important responsibility,” Colella said.