José R. Feliciano holds a B.S. Ed. in History with a minor in Psychology from Central Connecticut State University and an M.A. in American Studies from The Pennsylvania State University. He has five years of instructional and research/archival experience. He has instructed in the Connecticut public school system and as a university lecturer at CCSU teaching for the International Studies program. He has worked with a variety of educational programs including the Educational Opportunities Program (EOP), the Connecticut Collegiate Awarness and Preparation (ConnCap) Program, and the Multicultural Arts and Technology (MAT) Program. He has worked in number of organizations including the Center for PA Culture Studies at Penn State, the Army Heritage and Center Foundation (ACHF), and the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center.
José has been involved in a number of regional and national conferences. He has participated and continues to participate in a number of activities in his local and regional community. His areas of interest include transnational studies and identity studies.
As a university assistant since Fall 2012, José has used his education, experience, and research to support the Mosaic Center developing mission and resources, as well as, and promote intercultural unity at CCSU.