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Notable Faculty

Genevieve Feliu, MA


Genevieve Feliu serves as dean for the School of Undergraduate Studies at Capella University. She joined Capella in 2007 as an adjunct faculty member and has served as Faculty Chair for General Education since 2009. Genevieve began her foray in the higher education industry in 2002, joining the local community college faculty as a full-time sociology instructor for several years. She has since taught at a number of community colleges, in several instances as one of the first groups of instructors exploring and implementing online learning. By 2005, Genevieve identified the opportunity for rapid prototyping and platform growth in the for-profit industry and joined the faculty of 3 national, exclusively online institutions. Genevieve holds a MA in Sociology from the East Carolina University and a BA from the University of North Carolina at Asheville.

Steven Brancazio, M.S., CHS-III


Steven Brancazio, M.S., CHS-III, Faculty Chair for Criminal Justice in the School of Undergraduate Studies at Capella University, has had a distinguished career in both law enforcement and higher education. During his 20-year career in law enforcement, he held various positions including patrol officer, street crimes investigator, squad supervisor, internal affairs investigator, recruiter, district commander, and support services commander. Mr. Brancazio retired as a Captain in 2007.  Following his law enforcement career he became adjunct faculty at Florida Atlantic University School of Criminal Justice and Criminology in Boca Raton Florida. In 2008 he joined Capella University as an adjunct professor in Public Safety. In 2014 he was named the Faculty Chair of Public Safety in the School of Undergraduate Studies. Mr. Brancazio holds a Master of Science in Criminal Justice and is a graduate of the University of Louisville Administrators Officer course. He is also a graduate of the Criminal Justice Executive Leadership Program at Florida Atlantic University. He is certified through the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security and a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police.