Margaret Smith, EdD
Adjunct Professor in Arts & Sciences
EdD - University of Massachusetts, Amherst
MA - Boston College
BA - Clark University
Dr. Margaret Smith earned her BA in Psychology and certificate in Gerontology from Clark University, her MA in Counseling Psychology from Boston College, and her EdD in Education (focusing on alcohol and other drugs in higher education) from University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Her research focuses on high risk drinking among college students with a focus on college women. She has worked as a case manager for elders, an alcohol and other drug counselor in a hospital based clinic (while also serving as an addiction consultant on the psychiatric center), Coordinator of GLBT programming at Dartmouth College, an alcohol and other drug educator at Dartmouth College, and now a tenured, full professor at Keene State College in Health Science/Addictions. She earned her MLADC in alcohol and drug counseling in New Hampshire and is a presenter at national and regional conferences. She is the President of INCASE (International Coalition of Addiction Studies) and an active member of NAADAC (the Association for Addiction Professionals). Her areas of expertise include addiction, GLBT counseling and culture, co-occurring disorders, gerontology, and women. Dr. Smith loves camping, fireflies on a hot summer's night, reading, learning, and working with students!