Stephen C. Smith

 

Ricks 132 – 2130

Brigham Young University - Idaho

Rexburg ID 83460

smiths@byui.edu

 

Education

 

Ph.D.   Family Studies

2000

Purdue University

 

M.S.   Marriage and Family

          Therapy

 

1995

Northern Illinois University

B.S.    Psychology

1993

Brigham Young University

 

 

Teaching Experience

 

Courses taught:

 

Institutions:

 

SOC 450 Social Inequalities

 

BYU-Idaho

 

SOC 230 Foundations of Sociology

 

BYU-Idaho

 

ANTH 101 Cultural Anthropology

 

BYU-Idaho

 

SOC 300 Sociological Theory

 

 

BYU-Idaho

SOC 360 Religions’ Impact on Society

 

 

BYU-Idaho

SOC 293r Applied Sociology Seminar

 

 

BYUI-Idaho

SOC 112, Social Problems

 

BYU-Idaho

 

SOC 111, Introduction to Sociology

 

 

BYU-Idaho

SOCSW 205, Social Statistics

 

BYU-Idaho

 

SOCSW 340 (200), Methods of Research

 

 

BYU-Idaho

Religion 122 Book of Mormon

 

BYUI-Idaho

 

Religion 341 Church History

 

BYUI-Idaho

 

 

SOC 111, Introduction to Sociology

 

 

Ivy Tech

CDFS 390v, Values and Families in a Changing Society

 

 

Purdue University

 

CIS 074, Computer Literacy

 

Ivy Tech

 

BSA 070, College Success Skills

 

Ivy Tech

 

CDFS 255, Marriages and Families

 

 

Purdue University

HFR 280, Lifespan Development

 

Northern Illinois University

 

 

Courses as Teaching Assistant:

 

Institution:

 

CDFS 316, Research in Child Development and Family Studies

 

Purdue University

 

 

CDFS 201, Introduction to Family Processes

 

Purdue University

CDFS 301, Families in a Multicultural Society

 

Purdue University

HFR 280, Lifespan Development

 

 

Northern Illinois University

 

PSYCH 110, Introduction to Psychology

Brigham Young University

 

 


Additional Experiences

 

Position:

Times:

Organizations:

 

Graduate Instructional Developer

1997 to 2000

Center for Instructional Excellence (CIE), Purdue University.

 

Board of Directors, Officer – Secretary

 

1999-2000

Latino Coalition of Tippecanoe County (LCTC)

 

Professional Development

 

·         Member of the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR), 1994 to 2002.

·         Member of the American Sociological Association (ASA), 1999 to present.

·         Student/New Professional Representative, Religion and Family Life Section of NCFR, 1995-1997.

·         Presided at a session of the 1996 Theory and Research Workshop Pre-conference of NCFR.

·         Discussant at a paper session of the NCFR 1996 conference.

·         Nominated for Secretary/Treasure of Family Policy Section of NCFR, 1997.

·         Fluent in Spanish; spent two years in Central America.

·         Student representative on departmental faculty search committee, Purdue.

·         Member of Graduate Advocacy Committee in CDFS department, Purdue.

·         Member of the Grade Appeals Committee for the School of Consumer and Family Sciences, Purdue.

·         Advisor to the Native American Club, Ricks College.

 

Research Experience

 

Research Assistant,

Sloan Project

 

1996-1998

Purdue University

Graduate Assistant

1993-1995

Northern Illinois University

 

Summer Research Grant

1995, Summer

Northern Illinois University

 


Clinical Experience

 

Private Practice

2001 -

Rexburg, ID

 

Private Practice

1995-2000

West Lafayette, IN

 

Clinical Internship

1994-1995

DeKalb County Youth Service Bureau

 

MFT Practicum

 

1994-1995

NIU Family Center

Family and Youth Therapist

1993, Summer

Anasazi Youth Program

 

Publications

 

            MacDermid, S. M., Lee, M. D.,  & Smith S. C.  (2001).  Forward into yesterday:  Families and work in the 21st Century.  In K. J.  Daly (Ed.), Minding the time in family experience:  Emerging perspectives and issues.  New York: Elsevier Science.

 

            Buck, M. L., Lee, M. D., MacDermid, S., & Smith S. C.  (2000). Reduced load work and the experience of time among professionals and managers:  Implications for personal and organizational life.  In C. Cooper & D. Rousseau (Eds.), Trends in Organizational Behavior (Vol. 7).  New York: John Wiley & Sons.

 

Professional Presentations

 

Meeker, N, Smith, S. C., Abel, M., Stokes, S., & Whiting, R.  (2007, April).  Departmental metamorphoses: From the associates degree to the Bachelor of Arts.  Presentation at Pacific Sociological Association, Oakland, CA.

 

Smith, S. C., & Rose, W. E.  (2002, August).  A postmodern course.  Presentation at American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL.

 

Rose, W. E., & Smith, S. C.  (1999, November).  Teaching family science from a postmodern perspective.  Presentation at National Conference of Family Relations, Irvine, CA.

 

Smith, S. C., & Rose, W. E. (1999, May). Teaching about postmodernism in family science courses.  Paper presented at the Teaching Family Science Conference, Pine Mountain, GA.

 

Smith, S. C.,  MacDermid, S. M., & Lee, M. D.  (1998, November).   Time in families: A qualitative study.  Paper presented in a symposium at National Conference of  Family Relations, Milwaukee, WI.

 

            Smith, S.C., & Rose, W. E.  (1998, June).  Issues on  religious diversity in family science classes.  Paper presented at the Teaching Family Science Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

           

Rose, W. E., & Smith S. C.  (1997, November).  Managing religious diversity in family classes.  Teaching Round Table at National Conference of  Family Relations, Arlington, VA.

 

            Smith, S. C., & Rose, W. E.  (1997, November).  How to be a good teaching assistant: Techniques and resources.  Round Table at National Conference of  Family Relations, Arlington, VA.

 

            Targ, D., & Smith, S. C.  (1997, January).  Discussion of gender counterpoints concerning work/home stress.  In R. Santini (Chair), Managing job stress: Balancing work and home.  Professional development program of the Administrative and Professional Staff Advisory Committee, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.

 

            Norrell, J. E., & Smith, S. C.  (1996).  Family policies in higher education: Faculty perspectives.  Paper presentation at the National Council on Family Relations, Kansas City, MO.

 

            MacDermid, S. M., Williams, M. L., & Smith, S. C.  (1996, November).  The importance of workplace size for the relationships between work and personal life in a national sample of American workers.  Paper presentation at the conference, Agenda for the 21st Century Labor Force:  Implications of Changing Family Structure, diversity, and Jobs, Cincinnati, OH.

 

            Norrell, J. E., & Smith, S. C.  (1996, June).  Lifespan development from a multicultural perspective:  The Personal Profile Project.  Paper presentation at the Teaching Family Science Conference and Workshop, Normal, IL.

 

            Smith, S. C., & Norrell, J. E.  (1995, November).  Integrity, social support systems and the elderly:  The relative importance of religion, family and friends.  Paper presentation at the National Council on Family Relations, Portland, OR.

 

            Norrell, J. E., Fang, S., & Smith, S. C.  (1995, November).   Integrating multicultural curriculum in a department of family and child studies.  Roundtable presentation at the National Council on Family Relations, Portland, OR.

 

            Smith S. C., & Wasberg, G.  (1994, November).  Textbooks, storybooks, daycare, and midnight oil:  How to get a graduate degree without losing your mind or your family.  Roundtable presentation at the National Council on Family Relations, Minneapolis, MN.

 

Dissertation committees

 

Astel, K. A.  The spiritual effects of the media within a specific genre.  University of Idaho.  2003

 

Chelson, G.  Honor bright: A qualitative biographical study of a happy and satisfying marriage.  University of Idaho.  2002

 

Hamblin, J. S.  Called to serve: An autoethnography of metagogy at the kitchen table.  University of Idaho.  2009