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PASS Staff
The PASS staff is dedicated to providing the essential tools necessary for a student’s success in college.  The staff is made up of courteous, friendly, and supportive professionals who strive to create a positive and productive atmosphere for FSU students.  All relevant contact information is below:

Beth Stallings

Beth Stallings

Phone: 301.687.4442 
E-mail: bstallings@frostburg.edu

Beth directs the Developmental Mathematics Programs offered by PASS.  She received her B.S. in Math from Frostburg State University and her M.S. in Math from West Virginia University.  She serves as Lead Instructor and Program Director for DVMT courses.  She hires, trains, and supervises DVMT Instructors, plans and develops curriculum, manages course offerings, and tracks students' success in DVMT courses.  Beth also teaches Introduction to Higher Education classes for incoming freshman.  Her other duties include tutoring students in mathematics and serving as an academic advisor to selected students. 

   

Rachel Hoover

Rachel Hoover

Phone: 301.687.3064 
E-mail:  rshoover@frostburg.edu.

Rachel is the Director of Academic Skills Development for the PASS office.  She received both her B.A. and Master's in Sociology from Texas Tech University.  She participates in a comprehensive academic support system by offering basic skills in reading and study skills development. She is also responsible for establishing, managing, and providing services designed to improve students’ basic skills development and study skills.  She also designs adjunct, supplementary programs to increase classroom success.  Rachel teaches Critical Reading and the University’s first year experience course, serves as an academic advisor to students, coordinates learning communities designed for underprepared students. 

   

Mark Smith

Mark Smith

Phone: 301.687.4066 
E-mail: msmith@frostburg.edu

Mark is the Director of the FSU Tutoring Center.  He holds a Master’s in English and a B.A. in History from West Virginia University.  He also has minors in philosophy and journalism.  He recruits, hires, and trains tutors, participates in the coordination of persistence programs, conducts tutoring services workshops, and teaches Introduction to Higher Education Courses and Freshman Composition. 

   

Rhiannon Morgret

Mark Smith

Phone: 301.687.4483  
E-mail: rcmorgret@frostburg.edu


Rhiannon works as the Director of Disability Support Services. She received her B.A. from Frostburg State University in Sociology and her Master’s degree in Teaching Special Education from The College of Notre Dame of Maryland. She is currently working on her PhD in Instructional Leadership. Rhiannon works with students that identify themselves as having a disability and in need of some type of accommodation. She serves students with numerous different disabilities and varying degrees of need for accommodations. She also helps students to self-advocate for themselves in regards to their disability.  

   

Kim Kurek

Mark Smith

Phone: 301.687.3028 
E-mail:kmkurek@frostburg.edu

Kim is the Instructional Coordinator for the Developmental Mathematics Program offered by PASS.  She received her A. A. in Engineering Science from now Allegany College of Maryland and her B. S. in Mathematics from Frostburg State University.  She acts as lead instructor for DVMT 100 courses, assists in the training and supervision of Undergraduate Student Assistants, and serves as a core member of the Intermediate Algebra Redesign Committee.  

   

Lois Bennett

Lois Bennett

Phone: 301.687.4441
E-mail: lbennett@frostburg.edu

Lois is the office manager for PASS.  She received her A.A. in Secretarial Science from now Allegany College of Maryland.  Lois oversees the daily operation of the office, supervises office staff, maintains data files, and conducts academic skills testing.