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Tonya L Smith-Jackson

Senior Vice Provost

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Contact
Dowdy 317
Education
B.A.Psychology / University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
M.S.Psychology / North Carolina State University
Ph.D.Psychology / North Carolina State University

Bio

Tonya Smith-Jackson, PhD, CPE is Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs at NC A&T State University in Greensboro, NC. Dr. Smith-Jackson earned MS and PhD degrees from NCSU in Psychology/Ergonomics and Interdisciplinary Industrial Engineering. She earned a BA in Psychology from UNC-Chapel Hill. She spent 14 years at Virginia Tech, moving from assistant to associate to full professor of ISE. She is interim director of the Center of Excellence in Research, Education and Outreach and directs the Human Factors Analytics Lab and co-directs the laboratory for Cyber-Human Analytics Research for the Internet of Things (CHARIoT).

Research Interests

Cyber-human Analytics in Internet of Things Contexts, Cognitive and Behavioral Scripts, Systems Safety, Risk Analysis, Cognitive Ergonomics, Mixed Methods Design and Evaluation, Statistics, Human Factors Analytics, Systems Engineering, Mobile communications, healthcare systems design and evaluation. usability engineering, consumer products

External URL

http://www.tonyasmithjackson.com/about/

Recent Publications

  • Tonya Smith-Jackson, Tonya Smith-Jackson (2016). (Open plan offices as sociotechnical systems: What matters and to whom?). (4) 54, pp. 16 ). Work: a journal of prevention, assessment & rehabilitation.
  • Dong Zhao, Dong Zhao (2016). (Decision-Making Chains in Electrical Safety for Construction Workers.). (1) 142, ). ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management.
  • Dong zhao, Dong zhao (2015). (Sociotechnical Systems of Fatal Electrical Injuries in the Construction Industry.). (1) 142, ). ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management.
  • Dong Zhao, Andrew McCoy, Brian Kleiner, Tonya Smith-Jackson, G. Liu, Dong Zhao, Andrew McCoy (2015). (Sociotechnical systems of fatal electrical injuries in the construction industry). (1) 142, ). Journal of Construction Engineering Management.
  • Dong Zhao, Andrew McCoy, Brian Kleiner, J. Du, Tonya Smith-Jackson, Dong Zhao, Andrew McCoy (2015). (Decision-making chains in electrical safety for construction workers). (1) 142, ). ASCE Journal Construction Engineering and Management.
  • Dong Zhao, Andrew McCoy, Brian Kleiner, Tonya Smith-Jackson, Dong Zhao, Andrew McCoy (2015). (Control measures of electrical hazards: An analysis of the construction industry). 77, pp. 143-151 ). Safety Science.
  • Hyung Kim, Tonya Smith-Jackson, B., Kleiner, Hyung Kim, Tonya Smith-Jackson, B., Kleiner (2014). (Accessible haptic user interface design approach for users with visual impairment). (4) 13, pp. 415-437 ). Universal Access in the Information Society.
  • Hyung Kim, Tonya Smith-Jackson, J., Terpenny, Hyung Kim, Tonya Smith-Jackson, J., Terpenny (2014). (Haptic perception of users with low vision and their needs in haptic-incorporated user interfaces). (3) 9, pp. 195-208 ). Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology.
  • Hyung Kim, Tonya Smith-Jackson, C., Nam, Hyung Kim, Tonya Smith-Jackson, C., Nam (2013). (Elicitation of haptic user interface needs of people with low vision). (7) 29, pp. 488-500 ). International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction.
  • Hyung Kim, Hyung Kim (2013). (Elicitation of haptic user interface needs of people with low vision. ). 29, pp. 12 ). International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, .
  • Hyung Kim, Tonya Smith-Jackson, Janis Terpenny, Hyung Kim, Tonya Smith-Jackson (2013). (Haptic perception of users with low vision and their needs in haptic-incorporated user interfaces). 9, pp. 195-208 ). Disability and Rehability.
  • Tonya Smith-Jackson, Tonya Smith-Jackson (2013). (Cultural Ergonomics: Theory, Methods, Applications). In Smith-Jackson, Resnick, Johnson, pp. 234 ).
  • Tonya Smith-Jackson, Carlos Evia, Lisa Tabor, Kenneth Benson, Carlos Evia, Tonya Smith-Jackson (2012). (Design of an inculsive sicence learning system for Applachian children). 13, pp. 18-32 ). Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science.
  • Yu-Hsiu Hung, Woodrow Winchester, Tonya Smith-Jackson, Brian Kleiner, Kari Babski-Reeves, Thomas Mills, Yu-Hsiu Hung, Tonya Smith-Jackson (2012). (Identifying fall protection training needs for residential roofing subcontractors). 44, pp. 372-380 ). Applied Ergonomics.
  • Tonya Smith-Jackson, Azziza Bankole, Martha Anderson, john Lach, A Knight, Kyunghui Oh, J Brantley, A Barth, Tonya Smith-Jackson, Azziza Bankole (2012). (Validation of a non-invasive body senor network technology in the detection of agitation in dementia). 27, pp. 346-354 ). American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias.
  • Kyunghui Oh, Tonya Smith-Jackson, Tonya Smith-Jackson, Kyunghui Oh (2011). (Effects of sign design features in bicycle pictorial symbols on bicycling faclity signs.). 44, pp. 990-995 ). Applied Ergonomics.
  • Hyung Kim, Tonya Smith-Jackson, J., Bohn, J., Bohn, Hyung Kim, Tonya Smith-Jackson (2011). (Younger and older adults with low vision have similar haptic capabilities and needs in 3D virtual navigation). (2) 10, pp. 72-89 ). Gerontechnology.
  • Mi Na, Cavuoto Laura, Benson Kenneth, Smith-Jackson Tonya, Nussbaum Maury, , Mi Na, Cavuoto Laura (2004). ( A heuristic checklist for an accessible smart phone interface design). 13, pp. 351-365 ). Universital Access in the Information Society,.
  • Chang Nam, L. Yueqing, Y. Takehiko, Tonya Smith-Jackson, Chang Nam, Tonya Smith-Jackson (Haptic user interfaces for the visually impaired: Implications for the haptically-enhanced science learning systems.). 28, pp. 784-798 ). International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction.
  • Tonya Smith-Jackson, Resnick, Johnson, Tonya Smith-Jackson, Resnick (Smith-Jackson, T.L., Resnick, M., and Johnson, K. (Eds.). (2013). Cultural Ergonomics: Theory, Methods, & Applications. London & Oxford, UK: CRC Press – Taylor and Francis. ISBN-978-I-4398-I260-0.). (No) ). CRC: Taylor and Francis.