Bridgette Peteet

Bridgette J Peteet

Assistant Professor

Professional Summary

Bridgette Peteet’s research interests include substance abuse and education disparities with an emphasis on mental health outcomes within ethnic minority populations.

Education

Ph.D , The University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2005 (Psychology)

Positions and Work Experience

09-2007 -09-2010 Project Director , Federal grant Street Smart, Smart Start Responsibilities: oManaging SAMHSA grant activities including oSupervising four program staff oReporting on project status via quarterly and annual reviews , The Crossroads Center, Cincinnati, OH

04-01-2011 -To Present Peteet Psychological Practice P3, Private clinical psychology and consulting practice,

2008 -2011 Educator Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati,

2012 -To Present Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati,

Research and Practice Interests

Bridgette Peteet's research focuses on the barriers to achievement including psychological and drug related issues within underprivileged populations including ethnic minorities and first generation college students.

Research Support

09-2010 University of Cincinnati Provost Committee on Faculty Diversity University of Cincinnati Provost Committee on Faculty Diversity faculty recruitment and retention grant $12,400 Active Type:Grant

01-01-2011 -To Present University of Cincinnati Provost Committee on Faculty Diversity University of Cincinnati Provost Committee on Faculty Diversity Faculty Recruitment and Retention Grant $16,700 Active Type:Grant

Investigators:Bridgette Peteet, Ph.D. 01-01-2014 -01-01-2015 University of Cincinnati LEAF SEED Grant Clinical risk in first generation college students: An assessment of mental health and substance use Role:PI 3,000 Active Type:Grant Level:University

Grant: #URC Faculty Research Grants for 2013-2014 Investigators:Peteet, Bridgette 01-23-2014 -01-22-2015 UC URC Faculty Research Grants for 2013-2014 Role:PI $6,500.00 Active

Grant: #3R01DA033866-04S1 Investigators:Peteet, Bridgette and Stanton Tindall, Michele 07-01-2015 -06-30-2017 NIH Diversity Supplement Role:Fellow $60,000 Active Type:Grant Level:National

Investigators:Peteet, Bridgette and Jacquez, Farrah 01-01-2016 -12-31-2021 NIH Ethnic Minority Enrichment in Research and Graduate Role:Co-PI 1,672,315 Denied Type:Grant Level:National

Paul P. Fidler Research Grant. Substance Use and Mental Health Trends of Incoming First Generation College Students Role:PI 5000 Denied Type:Grant Level:National

Investigators:Peteet, Bridgette 07-13-2014 -07-18-2014 NIH Addiction Research Training Institute (ARTI) Travel Award Black First Generation College Students: An Assessment of Mental Health and Substance Use Role:PI Completed Type:Grant Level:National

Investigators:Peteet, Bridgette 06-01-2014 -05-31-2016 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Connections New Connections: Increasing Diversity of RWJF Programming - Junior Investigators 100,000 Denied Type:Grant Level:National

Grant: #3210000007-15-257 / R01DA033866 Investigators:Peteet, Bridgette 07-01-2015 -06-30-2017 National Institute on Drug Abuse Subaward UKY: Diversity Supplement: Brief Intervention for Drug-Using Rural Women at High-Risk for HIV/HCV Role:PI $59,977.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #3210000346-17-054 \ R01DA033866 Investigators:Peteet, Bridgette 07-01-2016 -06-30-2017 National Institute on Drug Abuse Subaward UKY: Diversity Supplement: Brief Intervention for Drug-Using Rural Women at High-Risk for HIV/HCV Role:PI $59,377.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #DRL-1759150 Investigators:Layne, John; Maynard, Kathie; Peteet, Bridgette; Rollmann, Stephanie; Vanderelst, Dieter 08-01-2018 -07-31-2021 National Science Foundation Strategies: Trans-disciplinary Education in Biology and Engineering Technology Role:Collaborator $1,198,120.00 Active Level:Federal

Abbreviated Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Burlew, A.K., Burlew, R. Peteet, B.J., Johnson, C.S., Smith, S. (2010). What evidence-based interventions are available to reduce drug use among African American Adolescents? Center for African American Research and Policy (CAARP): Occasional Paper Series.

Burlew, A.K., Johnson, C.S., Flowers, A.M., Peteet, B.J., Griffith, K.D., Buchanan, N. (2009). Neighborhood Risk, Parental Supervision and the Onset of Substance Use among African American Adolescents. Journal of Child and Family Studies, published online March 24, 2009.

Peteet, B.J., Montgomery, L., Weekes, J.C (2015). Predictors of Imposter Phenomenon among High Achieving Ethnic Minority Undergraduate College Students. Journal of Negro Education, 84, 54-71.

Peteet, B.J., & Lige, Q.M. (2015).Beyond a Bachelors: An evaluation of a graduate school admission preparation program. Journal of Black Studies, 1-18. doi: 10.1177/0021934715614206

Wilson, J., Burlew, K., Montgomery, L., Peteet, B., Johnson, C., and Hatch-Mailette, M. (2014). Do masculinity and percieve condom barriers predict HIV risk behaviors among substance abusing Black males? Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice, 7, 54-71. 

Peteet, B., Brown, C., Lige, Q., & Lannaway, D. (2015). Impostorism predicts greater psychological distress and lower self-esteem for African American students. Current Psychology, 34, 154-163.  doi:10.1007/s12144-014-9248-z

Peteet, B.J., McCuistian, C., Lige, Q. (2014) Something New: A scholarly review and clinical perspective of Black online dating. Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships, 1, 81-96.

Under Review

Peteet, B., Lige, Q., Wallace, E., Talbot, S., Downing, K., Carlton-Ford, S. (under review). First generation college student achievement: The impact of employment, support, and belonging.

Lige, Q., Peteet, B., & Brown, C. (Revise and Resubmit). Racial identity, self-esteem, and the impostor phenomenon among African American college students. Journal of Black Psychology.

Bates, L., & Peteet, B.J. Parental school invovlement: Ethnicity, nativity, and socioeconomic status. Race, Ethnicity, and Education

Technical Report

Peteet, B., Lige, Q., & Howe, S. (2012). UC First Generation College Students: Assessing profiles and promoting persistence. Technical Report submitted to the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Office of the Dean.

Book Chapter

Peteet, B., Burlew, A.K., Ahuama-Jonas, C., & McCuistan, C. (2015) Response to Intervention and Mental Health Intervention. In Raymond Witte & Susan Mosley-Howard (Eds.), Mental health practice in today's schools: Issues and interventions.

 Burlew, A.K., Peteet, B., Ahuama-Jonas, C., & McCuistan, C. (2015). Substance Abuse Among Racial/Ethnic Minorities:  Trends, issues, and interventions.In V.C. Copeland (Ed). Contemporary Issues for People of Color: Surviving and Thriving in the U.S. Today, Volume 4: Health and Wellness. Greenwood.

Work in Progress

Peteet, B., Bates, L., McCuistian, C., Lige, Q., & Lanaway, D. Personal attitudes and STEM major selection in academically capable ethnic minority
students. 

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Burlew, K., Peteet., B., Ahuama-Jonas, C., & McCuistan (2013. )Applying RTI to mental health issues for diverse students. In Raymond Witte & Susan Mosley-Howard, Mental health practice in today’s schools: Current issues and interventions. .

Presentations

Invited Presentations

Peteet, B.J., Montgomery, L., Weekes, J.C (04-2010. )Diversity Recruitment and Retention: Looking in and reaching out. Diversity and Inclusion: Leadership imperatives for excellence Conference., University of Cincinnati. UC. .Level:University

Bridgette Peteet (03-2011. )Predictors of Imposter Phenomenon among High Achieving Ethnic Minority Undergraduate College Students. .National Council for Black Studies, Cincinnati, Ohio. Level:National

Bridgette Peteet (05-2011. )UC First Generation Students: A preliminary profile. .University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. Level:University

Peteet, B., & Lige, Q. (2012. )Beyond a Bachelor’s: An evaluation of a psychology graduate school admission preparation program. .Association of Black Psychologists, Los Angeles, CA. Level:National

Peteet, B., & Lige, Q. (2012. )Student or Worker: The role of employment in Black collegiate achievement .Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Charlotte, NC. Level:National

Peteet, B., & Lige, Q. (2012. )First generation college students: Our present our future. .UC Diversity Conference, Cincinnati, OH. Level:University

Peteet, B., & Lige, Q. (2012. )Beyond a Bachelors: An evaluation of a graduate school admission preparation program. .American Association of Blacks in Higher Education. , Atlanta, GA. Level:National

Peteet, B. (2012. )The father(less) effect. .Broken Healers Seminar, Level:Regional

Panel (03-01-2013. )Presumed Incompetent: The intersections of race and class for women in academia. Women of Color Faculty ROundtable, University of Cincinnati. Level:University

Peteet, B. (03-01-2013. )Program Evaluation .Research Methods Guest Lecture, Level:Department

Peteet, B., McCuistian, C., & Lige, Q. (2015. )Something new: A scholarly review of Black online dating. .Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians, Philadelphia, PA.. Level:National

Peteet, B., Bates, L., McCuistian, C., & Lige, Q. (2015. )Personal attitudes and STEM major selection in academically capable ethnic minority students. .Association of Black Psychologists, Las Vegas, NV. Level:International

Lige, Q., Peteet, B., & Brown, C. (2015. )Self-esteem mediates the relationship between private regard and impostorism among African American college students. .Black Graduate Conference in Psychology, Ann Arbor, MI. Level:National

Brown, C., Peteet, B., Lige, Q., & Lanaway, D. (2014. )Racial Socialization as protective factor for impostorism in African American college students. .American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Level:International

Peteet, B. (2015. )Clinical implications of online dating and social networking. .Theories of Counseling Course, Lincoln University. Level:University

Peteet, B. (2015. )Racism and mental health. .Communication Course, Whiteness, University of Cincinnati. Level:University

Peteet, B. (2015. )Psychological and Social Sciences .UC College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati. Level:University

Poster Presentations

Burlew, A.K., Peteet, B.J., Johnson, C.S., & Flowers, A.M. (2004. )Risk and resilience factors in the lives of African American children: Empirical findings. Association of Black Psychologists, Washington, DC. .

Bridgette Peteet (08-2011. )Predictors of Impostor Phenomenon Among High Achieving Ethnic Minority Undergraduate Students .American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC. .Level:National

Peteet, B., & Lige, Q. (2012. )Getting Blacks beyond a Bachelor’s: An evaluation of a psychology graduate school admission preparation program. American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL. .Level:National

Peteet, B., Brown, C., Lige, Q., Lannaway, D. (08-01-2013. )American Psychological Association .Convention, Conference. .Level:National

Carrie M. Brown, Ph.D., Bridgette J. Peteet, Ph.D., Quiera M. Lige, M.A., & Danni A. Lanaway (08-08-2014. )(In Press. )Racial Socialization as Protective Factor for Impostorism in African American College Students .American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. .Conference. .Level:National

Lecture

Peteet, B. (2012. )Ethnic Diversity: The impact of client racial identity. .UC. Level:Department

Peteet, Bridgette (11-19-2014. )CBT for Major Depressive Disorder due to Back Surgery .University of Cincinnati. Level:Department

Peteet, Bridgette (11-01-2014. )Program Evaluation .University of Cincinnati. UC. Level:Department

Peteet, Bridgette (10-16-2014. )Perspectives of Faculty Mentors .University of Cincinnati. Level:University

Peteet, Bridgette (09-01-2014. )UC Psychology Graduate Admissions. Discussant for McNair Scholars visit at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH. UC. Level:University

Paper Presentations

Lige, Q., Peteet, B., Brown, C., Lannaway, D. (05-01-2013. )Self-esteem mediates the relationship between private regard and impostorism among African American students .Chicago, IL. Conference. Level:Regional

Peteet B. & Lige, Q. (05-01-2013. )First generation college student achievement: Decrease work and increase connectedness .San Francisco, CA. Conference. Level:National

Symposium

Panelists (08-01-2013. )What we would change and what we wouldn't: Advice for early career psychologists and graduate students. .Honolulu, HI. Conference. Level:National

James, G., Chestnut, C., Marbley, A., Brooks, S., Taylor, J., & Peteet, B. (2015. )Serving our communities as Black marriage, family, and sexuality therapists. .Philadelphia, PA. Conference. Level:National

Event Organized

Ethnic Minority Enrichment in Reseach and Graduate Education (EMERGE)

Ethnic Minority Enrichment in Reseach and Graduate Education (EMERGE) Workshop 06-2010 To Present University of Cincinnati Level:National

WileyPlus Site Visit

WileyPlus Site Visit Other 01-2010 04-2010 University of Cincinnati

First General College Students: Action planning for success

First General College Students: Action planning for success Other 2012 2012 University of Cincinnati Level:University

Honors and Awards

Marion Spencer Diversity Ambassador Award University of Cincinnati Status:Recipient

04-15-2013 -04-15-2014 Outstanding Advisor of the Year Status:Recipient Level:Department Type:Recognition

Service

(Diversity Committee )Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 01-2009 -To Present

(Executive Committee )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 01-2010 -08-01-2014

(Intro Psych Committee )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-2008 -09-2010

(Clinical Faculty Committee )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-2008 -To Present

(Health Faculty Committee )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-2008 -To Present

(Faculty Search Committee )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-2011 -To Present

(Workload Committee )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-2010

A&S Gen-1 Research Team Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:College 06-2010 -06-2012

A&S Faculty Senate Representative Type:University/College Service Level:College 09-2010 -To Present

A&S Prospective Student Visits Other Type:University/College Service Level:College 01-2011 -01-2011

Journal of Personality and Individual Differences Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:National 04-2011 -07-2011

(Diversity Liaison )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 04-01-2013 -To Present

Ohio Academy of Science (Regional STEM Advocate )Member Type:University/College Service Level:State -11-01-2015

Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service Level:National

University of Cincinnati (University Research Council )Review Board/Panel Type:Grant Panel Level:University

Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships Associate Editor Type:Editorial Service Level:National 2015 -2017

Journal of Negro Education Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service Level:National 2016 -2018

Professional Affiliation

12-2011 -To Present: APA Division 45 American Psychological Association Division 45 The Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues National

2007 -2012: Ohio Psychological Association-Early Career Psychologists

2012 -2014: Chapter President, Cincinnati Association of Black Psychologists

2014 -To Present: Treasurer, Cincinnati Association of Black Psychologists

01-01-2014 -09-01-2014: Ohio Board of Psychology, Rules Committee The State Board is the governing body for licensed psychologists in the state. It “ensures Ohioans’ access to safe and competent psychological services through examination, licensing, education, and enforcement.” The Board commissioned the Rules Committee to develop, update, and recommend rules based on the new laws. Large scale rule amendments, such as this, occur every 5 years.

2015 -2017: associate Editor of the Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships

2016 -2018: Editorial Board of the Journal of Negro Education

2015 -2015: Expert Guest Black Satin Radio. 1st annual women's conference: From ashes to beauty roundtable discussion. Expert guest on online dating and substance abuse in the Black community.

2015 -2015: Let’s Talk About Health. Healthy Relationships, Healthy Lives. WVKO 1580AM. Let’s Talk About Health. Healthy Relationships, Healthy Lives. Expert guest on substance abuse and online dating in the Black community.

Courses Taught

15-PSYC-854 INTRO TO THERAPY Introduction to Therapy Level:Graduate

15-PSYC-102 INTRO PSYCH (CLIN) Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-838 DIVERSE CLIN PSYCH Level:Graduate

15-PSYC-102 INTRO PSYCH (CLIN) Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-335 CLINICAL INTERVEN Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-102 INTRO PSYCH (CLIN) Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-451 RS METHODS: COMMUNI Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-838 DIVERSE CLIN PSYCH Level:Graduate

-PSYC-5051 RESMETH: COMMUNITY Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-854 INTRO TO THERAPY Level:Graduate

15-PSYC-888 CLINICAL PRACTICUM Level:Graduate

Faculty Development Activities

04-2010 -To Present UC Diversity Conference University of Cincinnati Type:Conference Attendance

09-2011 -To Present Research and Publication Workgroup University of Cincinnati University of Cincinnati Type:Other

06-2011 -06-2011 Motivational Interviewing; Advancing the Practice Health Education & Training Institute Portland, Maine Type:Continuing Education Program

2012 -2012 Intensive Grant-writing Workshop Sisters of the Academy Baltimore, MD Type:Workshop

2012 -2013 Writing Workgroup Psychology Faculty UC Type:Other

2012 -2013 Digital Portfolio Project UC Faculty Development Grant UC Type:Other

05-19-2013 -05-19-2013 Ready Set Go! The Paper Trail UC LEAF UC Type:Workshop

06-01-2014 -12-31-2014 Intensive Grant-Writing Workshop Competitive program for assistance with preparation of a federal grant, Type:Workshop

2015 -2015 Online Course Design Institute Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning UC Type:Workshop

Other Information

Mentor, National Black Graduate Student Association,

Mentor, Pr1ze (Putting Retention First in the Zest for Excellence) at the University of Cincinnati,

Mentor, McNair Scholars Program,