Gender, co-occurring disorders, interpersonal violence, imprisonment
Lindsay Smith is a fifth-year doctoral student in the Criminology, Law and Society department at George Mason University. She earned her Master's in Criminology, Law and Society in May of 2020. Previously, she earned her B.A.s in Honor's Psychology and Sociology from the University of Missouri in May of 2018. Currently, she works as a Graduate Research Assistant at the Center for Advancing Correctional Excellence! (ACE!) under the direction of Dr. Faye Taxman and Dr. Danielle Rudes.
Nationwide interviews and surveys of domestic violence services providers assessing the impacts of COVID-19 on domestic violence victims and survivors under the supervision of Dr. Yasemin Irvin-Erickson and Dr. Mangai Natarajan.
Nationwide surveys of local and state problem-solving court coordinators on the utilization of Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUDs) under the supervision of Dr. Faye Taxman, Dr. Michael Gordon, and Dr. Jim Witte.
Smith, L. (2022). Gendered Inconsiderations of Carceral Space. In D. Moran & Y. Jewkes (Eds.), What Works in Custodial Design. Palgrave.
Smith, L. & Ingel, S. (2022). “We, as women, focus on relationships”: Women Jail Residents Resource Attainment Efforts via Correctional Officer Relationships. In E. Ahlin, O. Mitchell, & C. Atkin-Plunk (Eds.), Inequalities in Sentencing and Corrections among Marginalized Populations. Routledge.
Smith, L. & Taxman, F. (2022). Access Differential: Comparing problem-solving courts and probation clients. Drug Court Review.
Ingel, S., Smith, L., Magnuson, S., & Rudes, D. (2021). Strain & Gain: Deprivation to Innovation within Restricted Housing Units. Deviant Behavior.
Taxman, F. & Smith, L. (2020). Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR) Classification Models: Still Evolving. Aggression and Violent Behavior.
George Mason Provost Scholarship
CHSS Graduate Research Award
CLS Summer Research Scholarship
Crime Victims & Victimization (Summer 2020, Spring 2021)
Community Corrections (Summer 2021)
M.A. Criminology, Law and Society, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
B.A. Psychology with Honors, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO
B.A. Sociology, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO
“Code Gray: How correctional middle managers maneuver policy into practice” (paper) at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conferences, Las Vegas, NV., March 2022, with Chelsea Foudray, Madeline McPherson, and Dr. Danielle S. Rudes.
““We, as women, focus on relationships”: Women jail residents’ resource attainment efforts via correctional officer relationships” (paper) at the American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Chicago, IL., November 2021, with Sydney Ingel.
“Between a Rock and Solitary Confinement: Gendered experiences of women working in restricted housing units” (paper) at the American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Chicago, IL., November 2021, with Taylor Hartwell and Dr. Danielle S. Rudes.