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Kylie Smith

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Doctoral Candidate

Graduate Certificate in Women's Studies, University of Georgia, 2022

M.A. in Sociology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2019

B.A. in Sociology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2018

Selected Publications:

Smith, Kylie M. (in press) “Emoting Up, Emoting Down: Status, Authenticity, and the Emotional Labour of STEM Graduate Students.” Emotions and Society.

Clay-Warner, Jody, Justine Tinkler, Sarah M. Groh, Kylie M. Smith, and Sharyn Potter. (forthcoming) “What Will People Think? How College Students Evaluate Bystander Intervention Behavior.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Of Note:

Recipient of the University of Georgia's Graduate School's J. William Fanning Graduate Fellowship (2024-2025)

Recipient of the American Sociological Association's Section on Social Psychology's Graduate Student Investigator Award (2022)

Recipient of the University of Georgia's Presidential Fellows Graduate Research Assistantship (2019-present)

Courses Regularly Taught:
Articles Featuring Kylie Smith

Congratulations to our amazing graduate students Tenshi Kawashima, Kiley Smith, and Yue Zhang for the awards they received at ASA back in August!

Kylie Smith, a 4th year graduate student here at the University of Georgia, is the recipient of the 2022 American Sociological Association’s Section on Social Psychology Graduate Student Investigator Award for…