| Jeffrey Pellegrino, Assistant Director
Jeffrey L. Pellegrino, Ph.D. brings 15+ years of higher education experience, working at small private and large public institutions, including the University of Dayton, Michigan State University, & Bowling Green State University to support the mission of the FPDC. With a background in experiential and adventure education he explores learning community development for applications on and off campus. Pellegrino is recognized for his scholarship of teaching and learning in first aid education and leads international and national efforts to bring the science to practice. Student success and service learning continue to be key interests for Jeffrey as he works with Faculty and Professional Learning Communities. As the FPDC grows to serve, he looks forward to seeing you in Moulton Hall exploring and using new technologies or engaged in great conversations.
Stokely Klasovsky, Senior Educational Consultant
Stokely Klasovsky is a graduate student in the library and information science program at Kent State University, has an M.F.A. in poetry from Bowling Green State University and has a B.A. in English and philosophy from the College of Charleston. His primary interest is college writing, particularly as it relates to information literacy, research, and creative writing. He has a diverse background that ranges from defense contracting work to library instruction, which has given him a very broad perspective. His role at the FPDC focuses on providing assistance, support and research in all areas of the FPDC and helping to buoy student and faculty success across campus.