Phoebe Butler Ajibade

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentHuman Performance and Leisure Studies



OfficeCorbett Sports Center
Room: 202

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Phoebe Butler Ajibade


EDD: Higher Education, The George Washington University, 2002

MS: Community Health/Health Education and Health Behavior, Old Dominion University, 1989

BS: Community Health/Biology, Radford University, 1983

Research Interests


Recent Publications

Webb, Jennifer  Ajibade, Phoebe  (2014).  Considering an affect regulation framework for examining the association between body dissatisfaction and positive body image in Black older adolescent females.  (4,  11,  pp. 426-437).  Body Image.

Ajibade, Phoebe  (2013).  Behavioral School Health: Diagnoses.  In Wiley and Cory,  Encyclopedia of School Health   Sage Publications.

Ajibade, Phoebe  (2013).  School Nutrition: Vending Machines.  In Wiley and Cory,  Encyclopedia of School Health   Sage Publications.

Webb, Jennifer  Ajibade, Phoebe  Robinson, Seronda  Shaniqua, Lee  (2013).  Weight-gain misperceptions and the third-person effect in Black and White college-bound females: Potential implications for healthy weight management.  In Elviser  (3,  14,  pp. 245 - 248).  Eating Behaviors.

Ajibade, Phoebe  Booth, William  Burwell, Cynthia  (2012).  Partnering with the black church: recipe for promoting heart health in the stroke belt..  (2,  23,  pp. 34 - 37).  The ABNF Journal : Official Journal of the Association of Black Nursing Faculty in Higher Education, Inc.

Robinson, Seronda  Webb, Jennifer  Ajibade, Phoebe  (2012).  Body Image and Modifiable Weight Control Behaviors Among Black Females: A Review of the Literature.  (2,  20,  pp. 241 - 252).  Obesity.

Ajibade, Phoebe  (2011).  Health Practices of Male Fitness Majors.  (2,  45,  pp. 12 - 15).  NCAAHPERD Journal.

Stanziano, Damian  Ajibade, Phoebe  (2011).  Differences in Health-Related Behaviors and Body Mass Index Risk Categories in African American Women in College.  (1,  103,  pp. 4 - 8).  Journal of the National Medical Association.

Ajibade, Phoebe  (2011).  Physical activity patterns by campus housing status among African American female college students.  (4,  42,  pp. 548 - 560).  Journal of Black Studies/Sage Publications.