Bettina Chioma Teegen

Bettina Chioma Teegen


Bettina Chioma Teegen is a Ph.D. researcher in Sociology at the University of Surrey in the UK. She also holds a MSc in child Adolescent and Family Mental Health, a BSc in Criminology, a PGCE in Modern Foreign Languages and a TESOL Certificate. She is also an Associate lecturer in academic literacy skills which she teaches in the pre-sessional programmes in the summer. Her research interests include: International students and educational inequalities in higher education, internationalisation of higher education, culturally competent teaching approaches, acculturation, mental health (in academia), intersectionality, social injustice, Black Feminism.

Publication List: T

eegen, B. C. (2022). Where do I belong? In L.A. Arasaratnam- Smith, D. K. Deardorff (Eds.), Developing Intercultural Competence in Higher Education (pp.28-30).Routledge.

Teegen, B. C. & Popova, D. (August 2021). International graduate students and cultural competency in counselling services: directions for health practitioners. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling.

Kyere, E., Karikari, I., & Teegen, B. C. (2020). The Associations among Teacher Adiscrimination, Parent’ and Peer Emotional Supports, and African American Youth’s School Bonding. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 101(4), 469-483.

Wilks, S., Spurlock, W., Brown, S., Teegen, B.C., &Geiger, J. (2018). Examining spiritual support among African American and Caucasian alzheimer’s caregivers: A risk and resilience study. Geriatric Nursing, 39(6), 663-668