George Smith began teaching psychology in a public high school in Indiana in 1968. He went on to work as a counselor-coordinator for work-study program for disadvantaged high school students 1976-81, then as a counselor from 1981 through 2001 in Napa, California.
Since joining the IU High School faculty, George has taught psychology, served as an advisor, and even as interim director of the program.
When he's not teaching, his interests include being outdoors in the beautiful state of Washington, the Chicago Cubs (this is our year!), fishing and writing.
George and his wife of 45 years (and their dog Duke) live 30 minutes north of Seattle in Mill Creek, Washington, near their son and grandchildren.