Eric M. Feldman
Eric M. Feldman, M.S. is the Coordinator in the Office of Global Learning Initiatives at Florida International University, where he connects students to internships, networking, and service learning opportunities with a wide variety of community partners working on issues ranging from human trafficking to sustainability. In addition to E-SToPP, Eric serves as an advisory board member for CWS Miami, a refugee resettlement agency. Eric completed his Bachelor’s (Criminal Justice) and Master’s (Higher Education Administration) degrees at FIU, and is currently pursuing his Doctor of Education there. His research interest is public confidence in law enforcement and improving police-community relations. He is also concerned with the amount of misleading articles on social media. His most recent article on this topic, “The Influence of Social Media on Adult Learners’ Knowledge Construction and Democratic Participation” appeared in the Fall 2015 issue of New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development. Eric has four years of collegiate teaching experience, having served as an Honors College affiliate fellow from 2012-2016. He couldn’t go on without Chipotle burrito bowls, piping hot coffee, and new episodes of Shark Tank.