The Sleep and Nature for Employee Well-Being and Success (SNEWS) Lab

Science Dissemination


A blog about the field of Occupational Health Psychology (OHP) for the American Psychological Association's Psych Learning Curve series. The blog is oriented towards undergraduate students who are interested in OHP. 
As a member of the Society for Occupational Health Psychology's (SOHP) Scientific Affairs Committee, Dr. Brossoit is serving as the Blog Coordinator for the new SOHP Blog Series.


Discussing the importance of sleep for workplace safety on the Safety Guru Podcast.

Presentations & Workshops

Presentation for the Bowling Green State University I/O Psychology Speaker Series in Fall 2022.
The SNEWS lab facilitates stress management and health-related workshops for working adults and graduate students.

Dr. Brossoit and I-O graduate student Gino Howard recently provided a workshop to LSU employees on how to effectively manage stress and work-family responsibilities.
Presenting on the importance of promoting healthy sleep in the workplace at the Rocky Mountain Safety Conference Plenary Session.
Introducing the field of Occupational Health Psychology to the Baton Rouge Area Society of Psychologists (BRASP). 

Papers & Articles

A recent paper about how to develop I-O science communication and dissemination skills during graduate school.

Perpich, R. A., Brossoit, R. M., Fisher, G. G., Kath, L. M., & Kunz, J. (2022). Going Upstream: Recommendations for Training the Next Generation of I-O Influencers. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. 
Dr. Brossoit previously worked as a freelance writer for Strata Leadership's Character Core Magazine. She wrote articles about how to practice humility, compassion, inclusivity, and flexibility as a leader.

Press Releases & Media Coverage

A press release about the Brossoit et al (2019) study on construction workers' sleep and safety.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Research Rounds: Outside NIOSH: Poor Sleep Can Impair Workplace Safety Practices