Claire Smith, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Research Scholar
Office: MHC 1341
Dr. Smith is an industrial/organizational psychologist who specializes in occupational health psychology. Her research focuses on work-family issues, work stress and work stress recovery, and alternative work arrangements. In her work with the STEALTH lab at USF, Dr. Smith is passionate about uncovering the ways in which work and health reciprocally influence one another, both positively and negatively.
Honors and awards
2020 - Michael Doherty Dissertation Award
2020 - Charles E. Shanklin Research Excellence Award
2019 - Bonnie A. Sandman Award for overall performance by an I/O student
2019 - Society for Occupational Health Psychology Student Travel Award
2017 - Sliter Award for Graduate Research in Occupational Health Psychology